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After escaping with Newt and Hicks from the alien planet, Ripley crash lands on Fiorina 161, a prison planet and host to a correctional facility. Unfortunately, although Newt and Hicks do not survive the crash, a more unwelcome visitor does. The prison does not allow weapons of any kind, and with aid being a long time away, the prisoners must simply survive in any way they can. When help does arrive, the true intentions of the Company become clear.
In 1979, we discovered in space no one can hear you scream. In 1992, we will discover, on Earth, EVERYONE can hear you scream.
Also Known As:
Title: Alien 3
Release Date: May 22, 1992
Runtime: 114 mins
All Genres: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Sound: 70 mm 6-Track, Dolby SR
IMDB Rating: 6.2
Buried.com Rating: 7.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With A
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for monster violence, and for language.
Sigourney Weaver ...Ellen Ripley
Charles S. Dutton ...Dillon
Charles Dance ...Clemens
Paul McGann ...Golic
Brian Glover ...Andrews
Ralph Brown ...Aaron
Danny Webb ...Morse
Christopher John Fields ...Rains
Holt McCallany ...Junior
Lance Henriksen ...Bishop II
Christopher Fairbank ...Murphy (as Chris Fairbank)
Carl Chase ...Frank
Leon Herbert ...Boggs
Vincenzo Nicoli ...Jude
Pete Postlethwaite ...David
Paul Brennen ...Troy
Clive Mantle ...William
Peter Guinness ...Gregor
Deobia Oparei ...Arthur (as Dhobi Oparei)
Philip Davis ...Kevin
Niall Buggy ...Eric
Hi Ching ...Company Man
Danielle Edmond ...Newt
Tom Woodruff Jr. ...Lead Alien
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More Movie Taglines:
- In 1979, we discovered in space no one can hear you scream. In 1992, we will discover, on Earth, EVERYONE can hear you scream.
- The bitch is back
- This time it's hiding in the most terrifying place of all
- Our worst fears have come true. It's back!
- 3 times the suspense. 3 times the danger. 3 times the terror
- Start running...again.
- Dillon: You're all gonna die. The only question is how you check out. Do you want it on your feet? Or on your fuckin' knees... begging? I ain't much for begging! Nobody ever gave me nothing! So I say *fuck* that thing! Let's fight it!
Andrews: This is Rumor Control. Here are the facts!
Clemens: Dillon and the rest of the alternative people, embraced religion, as it were, about five years ago. Tincture? Ripley: I'm on medication. Clemens: Hardly. Ripley: What kind of religion? Clemens: Some sort of apocalyptic, millenarian, Christian fundamentalist, uh... Ripley: Right. Clemens: Exactly. Point is, when the company wanted to close the facility down, Dillon and the rest of the converts wanted to stay. And they were allowed to remain as custodians with two minders and a medical officer. And here we are. Ripley: How did you get this wonderful assignment? Clemens: How do you like your new haircut? Ripley: It's okay. Clemens: Now that I've gone out on a limb for you with Andrews, damaged my already less-than-perfect relationship with that good man and briefed you on the humdrum history of Fury 161; can you not tell me what you were looking for in the girl?
Murphy: What kind of animal would do this to a dog?
Ripley: Are you attracted to me? Clemens: In what way? Ripley: In that way. Clemens: Very direct. Ripley: I've been out here a long time.
- Multiple proposed scripts caused misleading advertising which implied that the movie would be set on Earth. William Gibson also drafted a script in which Ripley spent most of the film in a coma.
Although the alien that hatched from the dog was a rod puppet, early filmed tests used an actual dog in an alien costume.
Hungarian title translated back to English: "Final Solution: Death."
A series of Aliens comic books were published that were set after the events in Aliens (1986), featuring an adult Newt returning to space with a shell-shocked Hicks to stop the retrieval of an alien specimen by Weyland-Yutani corporation. The books were re-published to accommodate Alien³ (1992), with Newt re-named Billy.
First-time director David Fincher disowned the film, citing constant studio interference and actually walked out of production before editing began.
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