|The Mothership |
goddammit, why can't people make trailers that don't give the whole goddamn movie away? huh?
oh I'm still gonna see it, but I feel like I've already seen it.
Oh I know, you're both right. it's gonna be fun.
oh, and its LV-426. *Cough*
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
I love that they are using the same creepy sound as the original Alien trailer
Whooo! This trailer saved me the price of admission. I just kept hearing George Lucas say "it's like poetry, it rhymes, well, at least I hope it does." Ridley Scott is going to fail at ripping off his own movie, just like Tim Burton.
Also saved two people the cruel fate of being stuck sitting next to you for over an hour.
I have excellent theater etiquette. Underworld proved that.
So, this movie is about the ancient astronaut theory? Is that it? Will it have Giorgio Tsoukalos as a guest star?
wow, that would be the best cameo ever
I'm excited. I hope this movie holds up to Alien.
I look up for two fucking seconds and half the goddamn movie blew its load. Now I think i'm going to blow my load and cry, not necessarily in that order.
It looks like a clone of alien. Just shinier.
Any film with the excited line "CUT IT OFF!!" has got to be good.
I'm basically obligated to watch this, but this better not be as shit as The Thing reprequelmake.
I'm calling the twist that the Space Jockey is just one of the human crewmembers in the spacesuit.
I'm sure the Space Jockies are the evolved descendants of the Prometheus crew who, during their quest to study a signal in the background radiation of the Universe, accidentally used a Stargate during a solar flair, sending them back 2000 years, where they were forced to settle on a planet and slowly populate nearby worlds until they succumbed to a drone army that was created by the creators of the aforementioned signal, who just happen to be an alternate reality Prometheus crew who were accidentally sent to the beginning of time, meaning the signal was their SOS all along, and the drone army is simply an evolution of the obligatory android crew member, who, somewhere along the way, found himself on a red planet with super gravity and a giant tuning fork monument that sent him to the 1860s, where he traded places with Jeddidiah Morningside.
|American Standard |
Pretty sure I already saw this movie.
|Macho Nacho |
Eh, I'm still gonna see this movie. I wish it would have more of a grit feel and look instead of the shiny-plastic-ness its got going.
|Robin Kestrel |
Huh. This new trailer makes the movie look... not so good. I am disappoint.
"In space, no one can ride a horse...UNTIL NOW"
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