“Aliens” is a 1986 science fiction action film directed by james cameron and is the sequel to ridley scott's 1979 film “Alien”. The film follows the character of Ellen Ripley as she returns to a colony planet to confront the alien creatures that killed her crew in the previous film.
Synopsis: After being rescued from deep space, Ellen Ripley is sent back to the planet LV-426 with a group of space marines to investigate a colony that has gone silent. Once there, they discover that the colony has been overrun by the alien creatures, and they must fight to survive and destroy the alien queen.
Review: “Aliens” received critical acclaim for its intense action sequences, gripping storyline, and stunning visual effects. sigourney weaver's performance as Ellen Ripley was also widely praised. The film is widely regarded as one of the best sequels in movie history and has become a cult classic.
Awards: “Aliens” won two Academy Awards for Best Sound Editing and Best Visual Effects. It was also nominated for Best Actress (sigourney weaver), Best Art Direction, Best Original Score, Best Film Editing, and Best Sound.
Popularity: “Aliens” has become a pop culture phenomenon and is considered one of the greatest sci-fi action films of all time. The film has inspired numerous sequels, video games, comic books, and other adaptations. The character of Ellen Ripley has become an iconic figure in popular culture and is recognized as one of the most badass female heroes in film history. The film's legacy continues to thrive and is loved by fans around the world.
|Directed by||james cameron|
|Produced by||Gale Anne Hurd|
|Screenplay by||james cameron|
|Story by||james cameron David Giler Walter Hill|
by Dan O'BannonRonald Shusett
|Music by||James Horner|
|Edited by||Ray Lovejoy|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
|Release date||July 18, 1986|
|Running time||137 minutes|
|Country||United StatesUnited Kingdom|
|Box office||$131.1–183.3 million|