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killswitch
2009-06-23 19:09:05
Xenomorph
Do you guys think there is any way an avp, alien or predator sequel could actually achieve critical (not commercial) success today?

i know this questions been asked so many times, but if your answers yes, what would you do to go about making a successful movie?

as far as im concerned the answer is no, science fiction is dead and for a bloody good reason, you could have david fincher directing and Ridley SCott and james cameron producing and the movie would still suck

killz

Deathdrop
2009-06-23 19:14:48
Yautja
Never say never, but it seems like AvP is finished. As for other sci-fi, just about everything has been done. The next place sci-fi in general could go would be some sort of posthuman deal, but A/P are dead as "new" concepts.

Sci-fi can be held over for now with the Superhero movies, but they'll overstay their welcome eventually. Something new (or something old in a new way) is what's needed (and lacking) in current sci-fi.
As much as I enjoyed Cloverfield and Star Trek, they were basically retreads.

Cameron's "Avatar" seems like it might be an original take on the whole alien planet idea, though, so we'll see.
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