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AVP - Alien Vs. Predator (Widescreen Edition)
Twentieth Century Fox Home Video DVD  ISBN/ITEM#: B00005JMZK
Date: 25 January, 2005 List Price $29.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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We want to say, right off, that we had nothing to do with this. We do not know the Aliens involved and from what we have seen, would not be amenable to spending quality time with them. In fact, regardless of your poor titling efforts, we know neither of the species involved in Alien Vs Predator.

And which one is supposed to be the predator. Not the one that is always eating everything and everyone for some reason but the other one. And why did they not do any fighting in the light? Our own experience is that it is generally much easier to do things in the light than in the dark. But maybe they had esp and so did not need light. It is hard to tell without a proper probing and those extra special pupils are devilishly difficult to discern anyway. We liked the setting although it was dark. We enjoyed the dialogue, although it was mostly depressing. And we thoroughly enjoyed the special effects. Where do they get all that ice from?

(Source: Twentieth Century Fox Home Video)

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