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Predators Movie Review
Ever since Arnold Schwarzenegger and his red tag band of brothers first base the Predator at dreadlock alien from beyond has live large in the fame boy mind. Even increasingly lame sequels could not diminish our love for the big but ass from space. And now Sin City’s Robert Rodriguez is looking to bring greatness back to the franchise with this weekend’s Predators would have these ugly mothers truly return to glory.
Set on the predator’s homeworld which happens to look a lot like Hawaii, the film tracks with the original in several ways. A group of human characters also known as predator father are to pay once again, snatched up from earth and left on predator planet 92012 with little hope of escape. This time, we are also introduced to the Aliens hierarchy where super-predators actually hunt and torture the regular predators we have always known and loved. Also, there are predator dogs which are much cooler that it sounds.
Adrien Brody is fine as the protagonist race. A mercenary whose talent for hunting and killing man allows him to understand the predators a bit more than he probably care to admit. And Topher Grace lends a dark comic relief to the scene session but it’s Walton Goggins who nearly stills the show as sociopathic death row inmate given a new lease on life. Well a short term lease anyway.
Director Nimrod Antal and writer producer Rodriguez have crafted a surprisingly entertaining if familiar predators movie that merits many of beefs of the original, even as it wedged their appetite for more films featuring everyone’s favorite alien man-hunter. IGN gave it three and half stars out of five with that half star being just for not having versus in its title.