After her last encounter, Ripley crash-lands on Fiorina Fury 161, a maximum security prison. When a series of strange and deadly events occur shortly after her arrival, Ripley realizes that she brought along an unwelcome visitor.

After escaping from the alien moon, the ship carrying Ellen Ripley crashes onto a remote and inhabited ore refinery. While living in the ore refinery until she is rescued by her employers, Ripley discovers the horrifying reason for her crash: An alien stowaway. As the alien matures and begins to kill off the inhabitants, Ripley is unaware that her true enemy is more than just the killer alien. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alien³ torrent reviews

Koji Y (de) wrote: This is a really really really reeeeeally well made film. But the only issue is that I just can't personally sympathize with the main character at all, for she's just dumb, stubborn, and selfish woman who ends up getting caught in the bloodshed because she just doesn't listen to anybody. I guess her character serves its theme of civil war caused by colonization and racism. But she's just sooooooooo fucking stubborn and dumb... But goddamn, as a film, this is amazing... But I just hate seeing woman being stubborn and dumb. I like my woman strong and smart.

Tim S (fr) wrote: absolutely insufferable

Hamad S (ca) wrote: Freaking horrible, worst 15 minutes of my life.

E L (us) wrote: Good action sequences. However, even for a piece of anime fiction, the plot is completely silly, the violence gratuitous and ridiculous.

Dakota R (jp) wrote: Flirting with Disaster is an excellent sophomore effort from director David O. Russell, in which we see the director further cement his signature style. While holding its own as a dark comedy, the film furthers the trend of Russell examining human relationships between people with psychological issues, this film in particular focusing on the neurosis of Ben Stiller's character. Josh Brolin and Mary Tyler Moore deliver delightful supporting performances and the screenplay is, as is today generally expected of Russell, original and wonderfully written.

JB K (us) wrote: This movie sucked. The toys aren't in it for that long and I was just hoping for a stupid but entertaining movie. This was just stupid, with very little entertainment value.

Miguel R (de) wrote: Days of Thunder is a decent, but quite entertaining racing movie

Kimberly H (kr) wrote: Please help me: Near the end of the film, they're all riding around in a van, and there's a guy wearing a disguise in the backseat of the van--who is that???

Marc B (ag) wrote: Decent indie thriller - didn't go down the usual route of killing people for the sake of it, and very likeable characters.

Ben H (ag) wrote: Fantastic and satisfying neo-noir. There is a brooding atmosphere that catches something of the times in this challenging film. It builds tension very gradually in a way that makes you think it is a melodrama before diving headlong into the 1970s conspiracy thriller. A truly great script with some of the best lines I've ever heard - "Harry thinks if you call him Harry one more time he's going to make you eat that cat," dependably great performance from Hackman with decent support. More than a neo-noir like Chinatown, this brings noir themes up to date by exposing the cracks in 1970s American society - problems with free love, regional wage differences, the ongoing exploitation from Hollywood, greed and depression. The plot becomes so convoluted, even involving a Maltese Falcon like dingus, you'll never want it to end.

Samuel H (es) wrote: In attempts to create a witty and suspenseful plot the writers instead throw the entire kitchen sink at you and create something that is impossible to predict and incredibly unbelievable.