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post #1861 of 2359
Ok I watched, tried to check my brain at the door but some things are still bothering me
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1. What were these engineers running from in the hologram?
2.Where did these holograms come from? Is this a planet where random holograms just appear?
3. Why were the engineers bodies found but never the body of whatever they were running from?
4. Why does the black goop have to create things that are evil? Is that just hollywood trying to place action in a movie?
5. Why did the engineer attack everyone at the end? Again why does everything not human have to be evil in this movie?
6. Im guessing this will be answered in the prequel sequel but why bring the black goop to earth to stop the humans? Those dudes are like 10 feet tall with technology much better than what is on earth. Just demolish people with that.

post #1862 of 2359
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Originally Posted by GoCaboNow View Post

I can see this but Ridley did not have the guts to openly say Jesus was an Engineer in the movie, he is not going to take the backlash from women on this. Especially, if there is cleavage...

And why "openly say" such a thing anyway? Besides it doesn't quite seem consistent with the story. I sure hope they will leave him out of the equation in the next film(s).
post #1863 of 2359
1. What were these engineers running from in the hologram?
They black goop was killing them
2.Where did these holograms come from? Is this a planet where random holograms just appear?
The droid turn on the security camera. The holograms are just recordings of the past. Notice they did not appear until the droid pressed those buttons
3. Why were the engineers bodies found but never the body of whatever they were running from?
The goop will eventually die or go to another host. My guess is they left the area looking for more life forms
4. Why does the black goop have to create things that are evil? Is that just hollywood trying to place action in a movie?
It was weaponized virus. It was made to kill
5. Why did the engineer attack everyone at the end? Again why does everything not human have to be evil in this movie?
Humans became a threat to the aliens once they became more 'civilized'. Notice how they visited and made contact with man in ancient times but stopped latter when man was more advacned They probably saw the evilness of man also with all the wars on earth.
6. Im guessing this will be answered in the prequel sequel but why bring the black goop to earth to stop the humans? Those dudes are like 10 feet tall with technology much better than what is on earth. Just demolish people with that.
Why does man make chemical weapons if an atomic bomb is more efficent?
post #1864 of 2359
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Originally Posted by DavidML3 View Post

Ok I watched, tried to check my brain at the door but some things are still bothering me Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1. What were these engineers running from in the hologram?
That's what we're gonna find out in Prometheus 2.
2.Where did these holograms come from? Is this a planet where random holograms just appear?
iirc David triggered one of them when he was messing with the goo on the walls...
3. Why were the engineers bodies found but never the body of whatever they were running from?
That's we're gonna find out in Prometheus 2 wink.gif
4. Why does the black goop have to create things that are evil? Is that just hollywood trying to place action in a movie?
Because it's not Close Encounters of The Third Kind? And because this universe is um, Alien's... wink.gif the black goo is actually a weapon
5. Why did the engineer attack everyone at the end? Again why does everything not human have to be evil in this movie?
I'll take another wild guess and say he wasn't supposed to be awaken in the first place. They (the humans) had no business on this planet in the first place. The Engineer could have been pissed off for numerous reasons, one of them is in the deleted scenes.
6. Im guessing this will be answered in the prequel sequel but why bring the black goop to earth to stop the humans? Those dudes are like 10 feet tall with technology much better than what is on earth. Just demolish people with that.
That one was called ID4 wink.gif

...I hope the sequel(s) will answer that: why did the Engineers create human life on Earth? And where do these guys come from?

,,,Maybe they were running from xenomorph-like creatures? We saw at the end of Prometheus that even them Engineers don't stand a chance against the alien critters... wink.gif

...sorry for the spoiler tags but we're not in the spoiler free thread so...

[edit] oh, I didn't see sog35 replied as well... 2 for 1 wink.gif
post #1865 of 2359
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Originally Posted by sog35 View Post

1. What were these engineers running from in the hologram?
They black goop was killing them

I may be wrong but that's not clearly said in the movie.
post #1866 of 2359
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Originally Posted by DavidML3 View Post

Ok I watched, tried to check my brain at the door but some things are still bothering me
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1. What were these engineers running from in the hologram?
2.Where did these holograms come from? Is this a planet where random holograms just appear?
3. Why were the engineers bodies found but never the body of whatever they were running from?
4. Why does the black goop have to create things that are evil? Is that just hollywood trying to place action in a movie?
5. Why did the engineer attack everyone at the end? Again why does everything not human have to be evil in this movie?
6. Im guessing this will be answered in the prequel sequel but why bring the black goop to earth to stop the humans? Those dudes are like 10 feet tall with technology much better than what is on earth. Just demolish people with that.

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1. Giant face-huggers similar to the one in the med capsule. The display that David triggered happened not to be tracking that. (my guess)
2. hologram cameras and projectors in the walls. It's a bioweapons research lab: they recorded everything for posterity in case something went wrong. As it did. The signal was seriously degraded after 2000 years, though. (mentioned in the extras)
3. face huggers eventually dissolve to goop which evaporates -- they have no skeletons. (I don't recall seeing any sign of the face-hugger when the "deacon" came out of the engineer).
4. the black goop is a bioweapon (graphic on an official Web site)
5. For the same reasons they decided to wipe out humanity on Earth (whatever those reasons were). And David really pissed him off. (self evident)
6. Black goop is cheap. (self evident)
post #1867 of 2359
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Originally Posted by fretman View Post

If it is a "minority", it's a sizable one. I've read a lot of reviews on this movie from many different sources. While I haven't done any counting, I'm quite
confident in saying a good amount of what I've read has been critical of the movie, maybe about a 50/50 split? Some of the negative comments are more
critical than others but an overall disappointment for sure. And even if that wasn't the case, I would maintain my "opinion" that this is a poorly written, badly
executed, painful to watch movie.That's my position, and I'm sticking with it.
Sure, you are free to have an opinion, even when basing it on imagination. Try basing it on facts and see what happens. wink.gif
post #1868 of 2359
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Originally Posted by DavidML3 View Post

Ok I watched, tried to check my brain at the door but some things are still bothering me
Now that the disc is available, try it again but this time with the brain not checked at the door. The number of things bothering you may go down.
post #1869 of 2359
I am an alien junkie, and i saw Prometheus in the theater and enjoyed it. No, its not as great as Alien or Aliens, but i still enjoyed it and i have bought the bluray. Looking forward to watching it again.
post #1870 of 2359
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

And why "openly say" such a thing anyway? Besides it doesn't quite seem consistent with the story. I sure hope they will leave him out of the equation in the next film(s).[/quote]

I do as well. But something happened, "give or take" 2000 years ago, to spur the engineers to action to take out life on Earth. Seems like every line in this movie meant something and what was the biggest thing that happened, historically, 2000 years ago?

Besides, Ridley says it himself in an interview with movies.com

http://www.prometheusforum.net/discussion/1575/ridley-scott-engineers-they-are-dark-angels/p1

Movies.com: You throw religion and spirituality into the equation for Prometheus, though, and it almost acts as a hand grenade. We had heard it was scripted that the Engineers were targeting our planet for destruction because we had crucified one of their representatives, and that Jesus Christ might have been an alien. Was that ever considered?

RS: We definitely did, and then we thought it was a little too on the nose. But if you look at it as an “our children are misbehaving down there” scenario, there are moments where it looks like we’ve gone out of control, running around with armor and skirts, which of course would be the Roman Empire. And they were given a long run. A thousand years before their disintegration actually started to happen. And you can say, “Lets’ send down one more of our emissaries to see if he can stop it. Guess what? They crucified him.
post #1871 of 2359
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

I just got an wild idea, why not take the script of "Plan 9 from outer space", modify it for Prometheus sequel.
Aliens see humans as a threat, uses a bioweapon that turn people into zombies. cool.gif
If we just could get Bela Lugosi as a cameo.
EDIT
Saw that he was dead, forget it.
Dead Bela = Zombie Bela tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

And why "openly say" such a thing anyway? Besides it doesn't quite seem consistent with the story. I sure hope they will leave him out of the equation in the next film(s).
Christian symbolism is obvious in this movie.
Taking it out would weaken the film and make it just a "pretty looking" horror movie.
post #1872 of 2359
Cabo
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1. Change the "touching scientist" from male to female....(Eve in the Garden of Eden).
I can see this but Ridley did not have the guts to openly say Jesus was an Engineer in the movie
God 86ed Adam and Eve, not Jesus....Jesus didn't come on the scene until 2,000 years ago.


2. As shown in the movie, the moment of the "touching" triggers the worms burrowing into the human....(the snake in the Garden of Eden was, in fact, evil Satan. This touching invited evil into their bodies of humans for the first time).
Uh, yeah. Snake in the mouth. Ridley's not going there.
Eve consumed the poisoned apple...same thing here.
BTW, you sir, have a filthy mind.tongue.gif


3. This act triggers the remaining Engineer to decide to exterminate humanity....(Just as God cast out Adam and Eve for touching the forbidden fruit, so goes the Engineers. As Eden was destroyed by God for the ultimate transgression by humans, so is the Earthly "Eden" of humans destroyed by Engineers).
Once the remaining engineer learned they were from Earth, or by Weylands questions, obviously inferior, he was killing them and following through on the Earth kill.
In the movie it is stated the Engineers had determined 2,000 years ago to come back to Earth and unleash the black goo, but there was a catastrophic incident in the ship that squashed their mission.
post #1873 of 2359
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

I may be wrong but that's not clearly said in the movie.
You're right...it isn't.wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Selden Ball View Post

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1. Giant face-huggers similar to the one in the med capsule.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
It's possible they were running from "giant face-huggers," but the thing in the med capsule was NOT a face-hugger.
Face-huggers come from eggs laid by a Queen Alien.
What came out of Shaw was similar to a chest-burster.
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Movies.com: You throw religion and spirituality into the equation for Prometheus, though, and it almost acts as a hand grenade. We had heard it was scripted that the Engineers were targeting our planet for destruction because we had crucified one of their representatives, and that Jesus Christ might have been an alien. Was that ever considered?

RS: We definitely did, and then we thought it was a little too on the nose. But if you look at it as an “our children are misbehaving down there” scenario, there are moments where it looks like we’ve gone out of control, running around with armor and skirts, which of course would be the Roman Empire. And they were given a long run. A thousand years before their disintegration actually started to happen. And you can say, “Lets’ send down one more of our emissaries to see if he can stop it. Guess what? They crucified him.
Ridley is pulling some of this out of his a$$....
In the movies itself, it is NOT stated the Roman Empire or Jesus was the reason for destroying humans....nor is there any indication Jesus was an Engineer.
One CAN make that interpretation, but it is not explicit in Prometheus where the truth lies.
post #1874 of 2359
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Originally Posted by fretman View Post

I saw it in the theater and was pretty disappointed. I figured I'd get the bluray and give it another try. There have been a couple movies I disliked in the theater only to feel different (better) on a second viewing at home. Well, in the case of Prometheus I disliked it even more after a second viewing. For the reasons that have been stated here and on other sites, it's just a poorly constructed film. With the script being the major culprit. The film jumps around haphazardly. Characters say stupid things and behave illogically and unprofessionally. Serious events transpire and the characters are mostly uninterested and uninvolved. Having a writer from the TV series Lost appears to have been a really bad idea.That show is the poster child for a series that owes no allegiance to logic. Though it wasn't the first. Twin Peaks from many years ago also ended with a thud. Just throw whatever you can imagine into the mix. Don't worry about how things fit together or get resolved. Just have enough so that people don't tune out. And when it's over, and there's a giant what? huh? No worries, many people will just get creative and try to fill in the holes on their own. And Ridley Scott's, and others, insistence that Prometheus is not prequel or related to Alien? Give me a break. I'm not even going to bother listing all the things that are closely, or directly, related to Alien. Anyway, I traded the bluray back to the store for credit. No way I would ever waste my time watching it again. I really like Scott as a Director. I love Gladiator, Kingdom Of Heaven, Blade Runner, Alien, etc. etc. But on this one, he may have entrusted too much of it to some really incompetent people.

Absolutely agree, this movie was awful, worse than AVP, just better special effects.
post #1875 of 2359
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Originally Posted by bcruiser View Post

Did you know that you are in the minority among those who have seen this movie?
It tickles me greatly to watch you defend this turd with that same line (or similar). Like I said before, you do make me laugh. Almost hysterically at times now.

You know, millionaires are the minority of the population. Does that mean they're wrong and stupid? Since when was the "majority" an accurate barometer for gauging if a movie was intelligently thought out during the writing and directing? I'd love to hear your take on the cerebral prowess of many of the top 50 highest grossing movies of all time. Twilight movies, Transformers movies, Spiderman 3, POC Dead Man's Chest, Crystal Skull, etc. Yeah, enjoy your majority approved films. Again, hahaha!!!
Edited by sb1 - 10/16/12 at 6:58pm
post #1876 of 2359
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Originally Posted by TyrantII View Post

Problem is different studios own each rights. But with Ridley apparently working on a new BladeRunner flick, maybe he already decided to use a young Weyland and tell a prequel story. Surely Fox has Weyland wrapped up as IP in Alien? Or maybe not?
Maybe not. Upon rewatching, I caught the breathing sound of engineer in the stasis (towards the end). You can't miss it! eek.gif It's a tie to SW series especially when this movie has so much on "a long time ago galaxy far far away"!
post #1877 of 2359
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Originally Posted by sb1 View Post

It tickles me greatly to watch you defend this turd with that same line (or similar).
Knowing that you are in the minority doesn't sit well with you, obviously. What can I say. You are where you are at and taking it out on me won't make any difference.
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Like I said before, you do make me laugh. Almost hysterically at times now.
Once again, post #1781 please (I'm asking you again since you ducked my question).
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You know, millionaires are the minority of the population.
What's that got to do with a movie available to everyone 17 and above or requires an accompanying parent or adult guardian if they are under?
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Does that mean they're wrong and stupid? Since when was the "majority" an accurate barometer for gauging if a movie was intelligently thought out during the writing and directing?
Since when wasn't it when it comes to movies?
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I'd love to hear your take on the cerebral prowess of many of the top 50 highest grossing movies of all time. Twilight movies, Transformers movies, Spiderman 3, POC Dead Man's Chest, Crystal Skull, etc. Yeah, enjoy your majority approved films. Again, hahaha!!!
50 highest grossing movie and positive or negative review % aren't the same thing, are they? Look it up if you are that confused, after answering the post #1781.
Edited by bcruiser - 10/16/12 at 7:43pm
post #1878 of 2359
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Originally Posted by sb1 View Post

It tickles me greatly to watch you defend this turd with that same line (or similar). Like I said before, you do make me laugh. Almost hysterically at times now.

You know, millionaires are the minority of the population. Does that mean they're wrong and stupid? Since when was the "majority" an accurate barometer for gauging if a movie was intelligently thought out during the writing and directing? I'd love to hear your take on the cerebral prowess of many of the top 50 highest grossing movies of all time. Twilight movies, Transformers movies, Spiderman 3, POC Dead Man's Chest, Crystal Skull, etc. Yeah, enjoy your majority approved films. Again, hahaha!!!

You're wasting your time with that jejune.
post #1879 of 2359
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Originally Posted by fretman View Post

I saw it in the theater and was pretty disappointed. I figured I'd get the bluray and give it another try. There have been a couple movies I disliked in the theater only to feel different (better) on a second viewing at home. Well, in the case of Prometheus I disliked it even more after a second viewing. For the reasons that have been stated here and on other sites, it's just a poorly constructed film. With the script being the major culprit. The film jumps around haphazardly. Characters say stupid things and behave illogically and unprofessionally. Serious events transpire and the characters are mostly uninterested and uninvolved. Having a writer from the TV series Lost appears to have been a really bad idea.That show is the poster child for a series that owes no allegiance to logic. Though it wasn't the first. Twin Peaks from many years ago also ended with a thud. Just throw whatever you can imagine into the mix. Don't worry about how things fit together or get resolved. Just have enough so that people don't tune out. And when it's over, and there's a giant what? huh? No worries, many people will just get creative and try to fill in the holes on their own. And Ridley Scott's, and others, insistence that Prometheus is not prequel or related to Alien? Give me a break. I'm not even going to bother listing all the things that are closely, or directly, related to Alien. Anyway, I traded the bluray back to the store for credit. No way I would ever waste my time watching it again. I really like Scott as a Director. I love Gladiator, Kingdom Of Heaven, Blade Runner, Alien, etc. etc. But on this one, he may have entrusted too much of it to some really incompetent people.

Yup, well said. Just one more thing, one doesn't need to be some sort of oracle to for tell that this movie will be forgotten in a very short time, and 10 years later let alone 30, there won't be an anniversary release of what ever home media may exists at the time like we have with the original Alien today.
post #1880 of 2359
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Yup, well said. Just one more thing, one doesn't need to be some sort of oracle to for tell that this movie will be forgotten in a very short time, and 10 years later let alone 30, there won't be an anniversary release of what ever home media may exists at the time like we have with the original Alien today.

Dont agree at all, movies like Avatar, Avengers, Battleship etc will be forgotten because they are very generic movies. Prometheus at least feel much more like an orginal movie and have a greater timeless feel over it. People will love or hate the movie 20 years later.

Of course consumer habbits will change alot in 20 years.
post #1881 of 2359
i think this movie would have been better without any ties to the Alien franchise. It could have stood up on its own. Everytime it tries to tie back to the first Alien movie things fall out of place.
post #1882 of 2359
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

Dont agree at all, movies like Avatar, Avengers, Battleship etc will be forgotten because they are very generic movies.

I certainly agree about Battleship, it looks like it was forgotten before even hitting theaters wink.gif

But Avatar will remain a landmark for its technical achievement, and well, it's the most successful movie of all time, that might be a factor too... tongue.gif

As for the Avengers I don't know. But I think is that it has incredible replay value and people love these characters as well as the actors portraying them. It's a massive blockbuster done right.
post #1883 of 2359
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

I certainly agree about Battleship, it looks like it was forgotten before even hitting theaters wink.gif

Not really its been mentioned wink.gif
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But Avatar will remain a landmark for its technical achievement, and well, it's the most successful movie of all time, that might be a factor too... tongue.gif

I agree
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As for the Avengers I don't know. But I think is that it has incredible replay value and people love these characters as well as the actors portraying them. It's a massive blockbuster done right.

Spot on.
post #1884 of 2359
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Originally Posted by sog35 View Post

i think this movie would have been better without any ties to the Alien franchise. It could have stood up on its own. Everytime it tries to tie back to the first Alien movie things fall out of place.
If it was marketed as a comedy it would have worked perfectly. Throw the Benny Hill theme in while the "scientists" are running around the tunnels and Scott would've struck movie making gold.
post #1885 of 2359
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede 
Prometheus at least feel much more like an orginal movie and have a greater timeless feel over it.

There's nothing "original" in Prometheus. It's a remake of Mission to Mars, which was another crappy movie that was quickly forgotten.
post #1886 of 2359
For those new to AVS that may wonder 'Why the ban on politics talk here?" can simply swap "politics" for "Prometheus", read this thread for a bit, then understand why. It's like George Lucas level nerd sniping back & forth in here. A fun read, IMO.

Perhaps Ridley achieved his true goal - make a movie that will have folks bitching about it online for months...maybe years, just like Lucas did.
post #1887 of 2359
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Originally Posted by Josh Z View Post

There's nothing "original" in Prometheus. It's a remake of Mission to Mars, which was another crappy movie that was quickly forgotten.

I seem to have missed all scenes with any android in MTM?

Michael Fassbender did one of the finest acting achivments I ever seen.
post #1888 of 2359
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

Cabo Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1. Change the "touching scientist" from male to female....(Eve in the Garden of Eden).
I can see this but Ridley did not have the guts to openly say Jesus was an Engineer in the movie
God 86ed Adam and Eve, not Jesus....Jesus didn't come on the scene until 2,000 years ago.
I was more saying if he did not have the guts to openly say Jesus was an engineer in the movie, I don't see him tackling all the angst that would spring up if he made it a female scientist that was petting the penis snake. Bad enough to have the male "biologist" doing that let alone all the stereotypes and connotations that could spring up with a woman. Bythe way, I know you know this, but there is a deleted scene showing the "biologist" finding the baby snakes and holding them in his hands and you can see he has connected with them. Later in the the penis snake scene he is slower to react due to his earlier encounter with the baby snakes. IF they left this scene in it would help to explain his behavior to the penis snake but still comes across as a stupid scene. Actually, I did not like anything with those two "scientists". As soon as anything interesting happens they want to turn tale and run? Scientists? Really? Also, the ship has the whole thing mapped and showing everyones locations but the captain does not know the two scientists did not come back? Remind me to never have him in charge of my safety. That whole set of scenes was botched.


2. As shown in the movie, the moment of the "touching" triggers the worms burrowing into the human....(the snake in the Garden of Eden was, in fact, evil Satan. This touching invited evil into their bodies of humans for the first time).
Uh, yeah. Snake in the mouth. Ridley's not going there.
Eve consumed the poisoned apple...same thing here.
BTW, you sir, have a filthy mind.tongue.gif
Yeah, she consumed the apple not the imagery with the snake. But yeah, you are right. cool.gif

3. This act triggers the remaining Engineer to decide to exterminate humanity....(Just as God cast out Adam and Eve for touching the forbidden fruit, so goes the Engineers. As Eden was destroyed by God for the ultimate transgression by humans, so is the Earthly "Eden" of humans destroyed by Engineers).
Once the remaining engineer learned they were from Earth, or by Weylands questions, obviously inferior, he was killing them and following through on the Earth kill.
In the movie it is stated the Engineers had determined 2,000 years ago to come back to Earth and unleash the black goo, but there was a catastrophic incident in the ship that squashed their mission.

You are correct sir! Ridley says himself that the trigger that pissed off the engineers could have been that the humans CRUCIFIED an emissary from the engineers and all this COINCIDENTALLY happened 2000 years ago, give or take. Also, if the chest bursters did cause the calamity with the engineers, that you see in the flashbacks, Earth humanity should THANK the Aliens for saving all our ancesters lives. Kind of cool...

Also, read inside the spoiler for direct responses.


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Originally Posted by sb1 View Post

It tickles me greatly to watch you defend this turd with that same line (or similar). Like I said before, you do make me laugh. Almost hysterically at times now.

Any facial tics? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

You're right...it isn't.wink.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
It's possible they were running from "giant face-huggers," but the thing in the med capsule was NOT a face-hugger.
Face-huggers come from eggs laid by a Queen Alien.
What came out of Shaw was similar to a chest-burster.
Ridley is pulling some of this out of his a$$....
In the movies itself, it is NOT stated the Roman Empire or Jesus was the reason for destroying humans....nor is there any indication Jesus was an Engineer.
One CAN make that interpretation, but it is not explicit in Prometheus where the truth lies.

True. But you can make that interpretation, especially, with knowledge of various RS interviws, deleted/alternate scenes etc. Now, should one have to do this to understand/appreciate all the movie offers? Heck no. I choose to do this, and so really enjoy the flic. I can easily see how others can call this a turd because how can you aspire to such heights but still screw the pooch on such a fundamental level? This franchise has a huge fan base and $126 million domestic shows the fans spoke.

High-def Digest's official review of Prometheus is VERY complementary of the MOVIE. 4 1/2 stars out of five. But he does ackgnowledge how divisive this movie is. By the way, I don't see 4 1/2 star movie ratings often, especially ones that also have 5 out of 5 stars for audio and video. This is a fantastic bluray.

http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/7146/prometheus_3d.html
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Originally Posted by Josh Z View Post

There's nothing "original" in Prometheus.

Yep, and I thought Cameron was the only guy who could sell the same
story over and over.
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Originally Posted by Josh Z View Post

There's nothing "original" in Prometheus. It's a remake of Mission to Mars, which was another crappy movie that was quickly forgotten.

how many big budget movies are original?
Not many
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