In the sequel to Aliens Vs Predator. The two groups of opposing E.Ts land on Earth and there is plenty of collateral damage to be had here. For you see on the Predators' way back home a facehugger has managed to attach itself to one of the Predators,which means that after the chest burster that will eventually erupt from said Predator's chest once it matures there will be a hybrid of the two species walking around a causing havoc where ever it goes. The "Predalien" does just that, and kills every Predator aboard the ship causing it to go crashing right back down to EArth in a small town by the name of Gunniston,Colarado.
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There's always a back up plan and the downed ship send out a distress signal which alerts the home planet of the Predators. A Predator is sent to investigate and cover-up any evidence left behind by the last group of aliens. Of course the Aliens have to go on a killing spree and the Predator and the Predalien cause quite a bit of damage themselves. The Predator eventually causes a blackout accidentally and all of the town's survivors must band together to escape this nightmare.
The battle for Earth is about to take place again and only a handful of townsfolk seem up to the challenge. The survivors include: Dallas, an ex-con, Sheriff Morales, Dallas' younger brother Ricky, Jesse, Kelly, Molly,and Dale. They are going to have their wits about them or they will just become another trophy or a meal to the interstellar hunters.
Best part of story, including ending:
The story is servicable it is an easy way to get the Predators fighting the Aliens again as well as adding a new twist to the mix.: the Predalien.
Best scene in story:
towards the end when the Predator fights it hybrid brethren. Its an even fight and it pretty cool to see the hybridization of cinema's two most infamous monsters.
Opinion about the main character:
The main character Ricky might as well not even existed or they could have just made the film from the Predator's point of view given the fact that most of the humans in the film are just bags of meat waiting to be consumed or blown to bits. The back-stories for any terrestrial being in the film is essentially rendered pointless by the existence of both groups of aliens.