Alien: Covenant takes all its joints: an understanding of the size and extent that few other directors can provide a style of narrative and a master of tension, all fused with a strong sense of evil.
Watching his powerful filmography: includes Gladiator, Thelma & Louise, Blade Runner, and The Martian (Kot and 2014 Exodus: Gods and Kings as a reminder that the great man is always right). But his masterpiece is certainly the alien 1979 it is so exciting when you go back to the kind of science fiction that made him a star.
Alien Alliance is the exciting track of their disappointing movie Prometheus 2012, which has been designed as a predecessor for Alien, here is a sequel to a prequel as Scott returns us in more ways to the future. This film with its drop of blood and evil fear, is much more faithful to the spirit of the original alien.
The year is 2104, ten years after the events described in Prometheus. The film begins with a strange rarity, caught with Michael Fassbender Android in a giant white space, unfurnished, but a wing in philosophical conversation collaborated with the creator, Peter Weyland (popularly known as Guy Pearce).
Fassbender plays a wonderful role in this film. You will find many long sections of Alien: Covenant that amounts to the best film-making Scott has produced in decades. It is an extremely deliberate movie to watch with your friends as compared to the standards of contemporary blockbusters.