Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, the crew of the colony ship 'Covenant' discovers what is thought to be an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world – which has its sole inhabitant the 'synthetic', David, survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition.
- Category:Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Stars:Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride,
- Director:Ridley Scott,
- Writer:Dan O'Bannon (based on characters created by), Ronald Shusett (based on characters created by), Jack Paglen (story by), Michael Green (story by), John
Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, members (Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup) of the colony ship Covenant discover an uncharted paradise with a threat beyond their imagination, and must attempt a harrowing escape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alien: Covenant torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I LOVE this movie powerful and moving..kimberly elise..shes just brilliant!!!!!!
(gb) wrote: This treatment of my favourite Richard Bach novel is quite frankly blasphemous...
(it) wrote: Simple, yet compellingly French.
(es) wrote: A comedic attempt from Hitchcock that doesn't quite work.
(us) wrote: How on earth did I failed to watch this movie before.. Its too good and worth watching by all..
(ca) wrote: Holds up well, although I would call it a "thriller", not a horror movie. DJ and I are really enjoying Feud on FX and we realized neither of us had seen the source material. If you're watching Feud and haven't seen Baby Jane I'd highly recommend it.
(kr) wrote: Well, I usually hate Australian films, there have been very few I like, in fact I do not like Crocodile Dundee. Roadgames was something different though. I genuinely enjoyed Roadgames, and I found it very entertaining and very surprising. For an Australian I had not heard much about this film, it was on a documentary I had watched, it was about Australian film. This cult film actually lives-up to limited hype I heard, well actually it exceeds my expectations and hype. Roadgames stared Stacey Keach (a man) who was excellent. I was surprised with his performance I thought it was great. The film follows a truckdriver, who enjoys playing 'roadgames', for example making-up characters he sees as he drives along. Soon Quid's (Stacey Keach) starts to become suspicious of a man in a green van. At the same time a serial killer is said to be loose. A few coincidences in meeting each other and Quid start to become suspicious of their constant contacts and his strange activities. In all of this, Jamie Lee Curtis comes-out the blue. She is a hitchhiker Quid picks-up. She was also excellent; I thought she was very good. The film is an all-in all thrill ride. The film is a hit-and-miss film. Obviously being low budget (remember this is 80's Australia, our high budget productions was like the American low budget films) and a 'cult' classic. The 'less' of the film is very low and tolerable. The weirdness is not really there, while the end is slightly weird, it isn't out there, like the tree rape in The Evil Dead. The film has a few, "what was with that?" parts throughout the film. A good example is when he is at a petrol station and when a van leaves and he wants to chase it, instead of going into his truck. He pushes a person of his motor bike and crashes (lightly) then he goes into his truck and takes-off. Parts like that do exist, and a few bits of dialogue are slightly laughable. The ending, where all the cameos just pop-up at the setting, when they have nothing to do with each other, was also unnecessary and degrading to the film. The Cinema Photographer for a low budget Australian film was surprisingly ambitious. He managed to create a very exciting film. Overall the film was very good, and a GOOD Australian film. The acting was well done (the main characters) and the action was tamed, yet fun and enjoyable. There are a few unnecessary parts, but do not ruin the film as such, but show an over-confident director and writer. Very good and I would recommend to any movie-lover, and public.