A satellite finds a spot that accidentally turns out to be a pyramid in the Antarctica. Then a group of archaeologists go for an experiment in the Antarctica. The squad leader is Alexa (Sanaa Lathan). They discover a hidden ancient temple which is a dwelling place of extraterrestrial creatures. A team of Predators also arrives at that place at the same time. When a situation comes, humans also attempt to battle the Predators and Aliens.
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Best part of story, including ending:
I liked the story most.
Best scene in story:
When they entered into a chamber full of Alien babies. It was really a thrilling scene.
The tagline for Alien v. Predator (AVP) is true – “Whoever Wins, We Lose”….our admission fee and two hours of time, that is. This morphing of two popular movie franchises results in a boring, disastrous waste of time. The premise finds a group of archaeologists, played poorly by unknown actors, embarking on an expedition in Antarctica where they discover a hidden Aztec temple housing a host of Alien creatures. At the same time, five Predators also arrive on this territory – their training ground – to hunt the aliens. Since there isn't enough room for both movie monsters, the creatures battle it out while the humans attempt to battle them. The ridiculous ending loses all credibility (not that the film ever had any to begin with).
The review of this Movie prepared by Fay Rose
A team of scientists travel to Antarctica when a satellites finds a hot spot that turns out to be a pyramid. The team is lead by Alexa (Sanaa Lathan) an experiences ice climber. The scientists trigger something in the pyramid during which the Alien queen is thawed from a frozen slumber and starts to lay eggs. A team of Predator hunters have arrived on earth for their hunting season. What ensues is a battle between the Aliens and Predators with humans caught in the middle.
The review of this Movie prepared by Bobby Blades