Alien vs. Predator
- Original title
AVP: Alien vs. Predator
- Running time
- 100 min.
- United States
Paul W.S. Anderson
Paul W.S. Anderson (Story: Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett, Paul W.S. Anderson)
Agathe De La Boulaye,
Tom Woodruff Jr.,
20th Century Fox / Brandywine Productions
Sci-Fi. Horror. Fantasy. Action | Aliens. Based on a Comic. Spin-off
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- Synopsis / Plot
- A group of scientists, archaeologists, engineers and even a mountaineer are brought together on an icebreaker heading towards a remote part of the Antarctic. Aboard they meet billionaire Charles Weyland who tells them how his satellites have detected a vast pyramid thousands of years old buried under the ice and that he wants to be the first to explore it. The team land at an old abandoned mining station, where they are startled to find that a hole has already been drilled down through the ice to the pyramid. As they explore the inside of the pyramid, it comes to life, trapping them in its interior. They then discover that they are caught between two different species of alien – one that regards humanity as an incubator for its eggs, the other an intergalactic sportsman that hunts game. As the two aliens start picking off their numbers, it is discovered that the predators actually helped raise humanity as a species, teaching them civilization, in order to become incubators for the aliens, which they hunt for sport.
: Nominated for Razzie Awards: Worst Remake or Sequel
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