Tell Me Your Director, And I'll Tell You What Kind Of Alien You Are...
Posted Sep-19-2017 1:42 PM
Let's stick to the "Alien" franchise, although I'd love to know what other directors in Sci-Fi (or different genres) you guys love.
I am a Sir Ridley person, although I love David Fincher as well - "7", "Fight Club" and all... :)
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ScorpioStar - 'I am a Sir Ridley person, although I love David Fincher as well'
As I stated in the previous topic started by you, we visit the same club. :)
Agreed on Sir Ridley and David Fincher!
Danny Boyle's Sunshine is one my favourites too as are George Miller's Mad Max films
IRaptus - I love Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) with Rooney Mara. Brilliant movie!
Ah, Sunshine is good, yes.
bloody hell how could I forget The Man and The Legend....
Ati if they could do an Alien film similar to Sunshine, that would perfection for me lol :-)
Amazing that you mentioned Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I saw it some time after I saw the original piece by Niels Arden Oplev - and Lisbeth Salander was... Noomi Rapace!
Mad Max 4EVER :)
ScorpioStar - Yes, in the first adaptation of the novel Noomi Rapace is the girl. :) Swedish story in Sweden with Swedish actors. :)
But I like the Fincher movie much better.
And when I heard she'd be working with Sir Ridley in "PROMETHEUS", I was like, "Yesssssssssss!" :)
ScorpioStar - I wasn't so excited :D, but it should be admitted that in Prometheus... she is pretty.
Have you seen the whole Lisbeth trilogy? My favourite is the second movie, The Girl Who Played with Fire, awesome film.
ScorpioStar - You will like this movie: Headhunters (2011) Original title: Hodejegerne.
The actor who plays the main character in it, Aksel Hennie, appears in Scott's The Martian as well.
I was never picky about directors as long as the movie was good. If I disliked a movie, I might look at who directed it but that is about it.
I liked the whole trilogy, no preferences :), and I liked Fincher's version as well.
Yes, I saw Headhunters! I actually see many movies from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, those guys have great movies and I don't mind the subtitles, actually I love to hear them speaking their own language. And, apparently, Sir Ridley keeps an eye on them as well :)
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