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"Alien Resurrection" a.k.a. "Alien: Resurrection" is a 1997 American science fiction action horror film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and written by Joss Whedon. It is the fourth installment in the Alien film series, and was the first film in the series to be filmed outside England, at the 20th Century Fox studios in Los Angeles, California.
- also known as Alien 4, Alien IV: Resurrection, Yaratik: Dirilis, Alien: Dirilis
- countries: United States of America, France
- language: English Language
- producers: Bill Badalato, Gordon Carroll, Walter Hill & David Giler
- production design by Nigel Phelps
- art direction by Andrew Neskoromny & Steve Cooper
- written by Joss Whedon
- based on a story by Dan O'Bannon & Ronald Shusett
- Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley
- Winona Ryder as Annalee Call
- Dominique Pinon as Vriess
- Ron Perlman as Johner
- Gary Dourdan as Christie
- Michael Wincott as Frank Elgyn
- Kim Flowers as Sabra Hillard
- Dan Hedaya as Gen. Martin Perez
- J. E. Freeman as Dr. Mason Wren
- Brad Dourif as Dr. Jonathan Gediman
- Raymond Cruz as Vincent Distephano
- Leland Orser as Larry Purvis
- Marlene Bush as Scientist
- David St. James as Surgeon
- Carolyn Campbell as Carlyn Williamson (Anesthesiologist)
- casting by Richard Pagano
- cinematography by Darius Khondji
- edited by Hervé Schneid
- music by John Frizzell
- costume design by Bob Ringwood
- set decoration by John M. Dwyer
- genres: Thriller, Science Fiction, Action Film
- subject: Extraterrestrial life
- tagline: Witness the resurrection.
- rating: R (USA)
- released on (18 years ago)
- some of the awards:
- Saturn Award for Best Costume nomination for Bob Ringwood
- Bogey Award
- Satellite Award for Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature nomination for 20th Century Fox
- Saturn Award for Best Special Effects nomination for Pitof, Erik Henry, Alec Gillis & Tom Woodruff Jr.
- Saturn Award for Best Actress nomination for Sigourney Weaver
- Saturn Award for Best Director nomination for Jean-Pierre Jeunet
- Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination for Winona Ryder
- Saturn Award for Best DVD or Blu-ray Collection (Also for Alien (1979), Aliens (1986) and Alien³ (1992). For the "Alien Quadrilogy".)
- Satellite Award for Best Overall DVD (For "The Alien Quadrilogy".)
- Satellite Award for Best DVD Extra
"Alien Resurrection" a.k.a. "Alien: Resurrection" is a book by Ann Carol Crispin.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1997
"Alien Resurrection" a.k.a. "Alien: Resurrection" is a first-person shooter survival horror video game based on the 1997 film of the same name. The game was developed by Argonaut Games, published by Fox Interactive and distributed by Electronic Arts exclusively for the PlayStation.
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"Alien Resurrection" is the official soundtrack album of the 1997 science fiction film Alien Resurrection. Composed by John Frizzell, the soundtrack features themes such as romance and eroticism. Taking seven months to write and record, Frizzell included strange sound elements such as a gong and rub rods, to create a unique score. It was released on November 11, 1997.
- also known as Alien: Resurrection, Alien Resurrection Soundtrack
- artists: John Frizzell & John Frizzell
- genre: Soundtrack
- released in (18 years ago)
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The Spaces of Science-fiction Cinema by Annette Kuhn
However, the birth scene in Alien Resurrection is an intersection point for both human and alien aspects. The baby is born ...
Jean-Pierre Jeunet (2008)
by Elizabeth Ezra
Like Ripley, Alien Resurrection is a freakish hybrid, part French and part “normal” (read “Hollywood”), part alien and part domestic product. The film's plot thus mirrors the story of its reception, with the film itself playing the role of the monstrous ...
Themes, Works, and Wonders by Gary Westfahl
The fourth film, Alien Resurrection (1997), has a clone of Ripley combined with some features of the alien creature, who is also resurrected. Ripley becomes quasi-mother to the alien, which is once more defeated by being sucked out a broken ...
by David Darling , Dirk Schulze-Makuch
and Alien Resurrection (1997), and a prequel, Prometheus (2012). It contrasts sharply with the portrayal of intelligentaliens in E.T. The Extraterrestrial. alien abduction ...
Dictionary of Film Terms (2006)
The Aesthetic Companion to Film Art by Frank Eugene Beaver
and Alien Resurrection (1997). Another popular type is the monster-ape movie ...
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As partner of Pagano/Manwiller, an independent casting company, Pagano has cast such feature films as Hotel Rwanda, XMen: The Last Stand, The Astronaut's Wife, One True Thing, Alien Resurrection, Point Break, Drugstore Cowboy and ...
by John Kenneth Muir
Alien Resurrection ) and starring the delightful Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy, an ordinary California teenager chosen to slay vampires and demons, Buffy was a revelation. The TV series was ...
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