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Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem
- 1h 39m
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The iconic creatures from two of the scariest film franchises in movie history wage their most brutal battle ever - in our own backyard.
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Critics Consensus: The increased gore and violence over the first Alien vs. Predator can't excuse Requiem's disorientating editing, excessively murky lighting, and lack of new ideas.
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Common Sense Says
More violent, bloody extraterrestrial mayhem.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem is the 2007 sequel of the franchise. The violence is constant and unrelenting. While there are the expected scenes of the aliens and predator boring through chests, attacking faces, and impaling any and all victims (with plenty of blood and gore in each attack), that's only the beginning. Young children watch their parents get killed by the aliens and the predator; parents are torn up, lose limbs, scream in agony as they suffer horrible deaths. In a hospital, an alien enters a pregnancy ward, sucks the babies out of the mothers, then implants their own babies inside their wombs. Heads are blown off and smashed. A police officer is found dead in the woods, hanging upside down and skinned. Extended battles between humans and the invaders, with guns, machine guns, and lasers. Profanity regularly used, including "motherf--ker" twice and "f--k" used several times. Female teen character starts to remove her clothes in front of a teen boy, reveals bra and panties; they start to make out but stop when the bullies, and, later, aliens attack. A bully jock-type beats up one of the lead characters, then takes his truck keys and throws them into the sewer grate. This same bully, in a later scene, while talking about his ex-girlfriend, says that he "taught the slut everything she knows." Lead character makes a homophobic joke concerning a "sausage lovers pizza." Some drinking.
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- Genre:Sci-Fi, Horror, Franchise, Action
- Release Date:December 25, 2007
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD