R | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
The moon from Alien (1979) has been colonized, but contact is lost. This time, the rescue team has impressive firepower, but will it be enough?
17 February 2001 | Paul Kydd (Paul.Kydd@btinternet.com)
8 | Compelling, far superior sequel to sci-fi classic (8/10)
Seven years after barely surviving events on board the Nostromo in Ridley Scott's classic sci-fi horror ALIEN, ...
Filming took place in an abandoned power station in London, England
Salvage Team Leader:
Bio-readouts are all in the green, looks like she's alive. Well, there goes our salvage, guys.
When debating a request from Earth to check out a grid reference on LV-426, Simpson says, "They don't say why, and I don't ask. I don't ask because it takes two weeks to get an answer out here, and the answer is always 'Don't ask.' ". Taken literally, this would put LV-426 at approximately 113 billion miles or 1215 Astronomical Units (AU) from Earth, assuming that "two weeks to get an answer" means it takes one week to send a radio message from LV-426 to Earth one-way at the speed of light, and then another week for the answer to the question to arrive. No planets or planetary systems are known to exist at that particular distance from Earth.
As the final credits fade, there is the sound of a facehugger scurrying across from left to right.
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