[BD Review] ‘Prometheus’ A Pseudo-Classic That Delivers…Awe Mixed With Breathtaking VFX!

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While Evan continues to unload the handfuls of exclusive content from our interviews with the entire cast and crew, I’ve already posted my relatively spoiler-free (where otherwise noted) review of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, an impressive outing for the first of a planned new trilogy that’s to bridge to Scott’s infamous 1978 Alien.

“Prometheus is a visually striking sci-fi epic that delivers an incredible sense of awe mixed with breathtaking visual effects… Even with some pacing issues and questionable creative choices, Prometheus in an iconic sci-fi spectacle that will forever be remembered as a pseudo-classic.” Click the title above for the entire review.

We have reviews also forthcoming from both Evan and David Harley, not to mention all of yours. Based on what I’ve seen on Rotten Tomatoes and Twitter, I am expecting an extremely heated debate. The real question for me is as follows: what will we all think of the film come 2013?

In theaters Friday, “Scott creates a groundbreaking mythology, in which a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.

 
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  • Accident-with-power-tools

    A fantastic movie.

  • Evil_Flip

    It’s really being hated on the imdb board (and maybe other) what I really don’t get. it’s a great movie. so far this year had some true classics (Prometheus, avengers and Cabin in the woods are already up in my favorites list)