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Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Alien Resurrection comes to DVD in this two-disc Collector's Edition from 20th Century Fox. Presented with a widescreen 2.35:1 color transfer. Dolby Digital Surround soundtracks are available in English and Spanish. English and Spanish subtitles are also accessible. Disc one contains the original 1997 theatrical version along with the 2003 Special Edition version. Director Jeunet provides an introduction and an audio commentary track. Disc two contains all the special features, including a ...
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Alien Resurrection comes to DVD in this two-disc Collector's Edition from 20th Century Fox. Presented with a widescreen 2.35:1 color transfer. Dolby Digital Surround soundtracks are available in English and Spanish. English and Spanish subtitles are also accessible. Disc one contains the original 1997 theatrical version along with the 2003 Special Edition version. Director Jeunet provides an introduction and an audio commentary track. Disc two contains all the special features, including a teaser trailer for Alien Vs. Predator. The Pre-Production section contains a ton of featurettes about the writing process, character design, casting decisions, and general direction. Includes test footage, ADI effects, conceptual art, storyboards, and multi-angle rehearsals. The Production section contains the featurettes "Death From Below: Underwater Photography," "In the Zone: The Basketball Scene," and "Unnatural Mutation: Creature Design." The Post-Production section explores the music, CGI animation, miniature photography, and reaction to the film's release. Each section contains an extensive photo gallery. A highly recommended disc for fans of the saga.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Includes both the 1997 theatrical version and the 2003 Special Edition; Full-length commentary by director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, editor Hervé Schneid, A.C.E., alien effects creators Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr., visual effects supervisor Pitof, conceptual artist Sylvain Despretz, actors Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon and Leland Orser (for both versions); Introduction by Jean-Pierre Jeunet; "From the Ashes: Reviving the Story"; First draft screenplay by Joss Whedon; "French Twist: Direction and Design"; "Under the Skin: Casting and Characterization"; Test Footage: Creatures and Costumes; Hair and Makeup; ADI effects; Mark Carro photo gallery; The Art of Resurrection: Conceptual art gallery; Storyboards; Pre-visualizations: Multi-angle rehearsals; "Death From Below: Underwater Photography"; "In the Zone: The Basketball Scene"; Production gallery: Photo archive; "Unnatural Mutation: Creature Design"; ADI Workshop ; ADI test footage; "Genetic Composition: Music"; "Virtual Aliens: Computer Generated Imagery"; "A Matter of Scale: Miniature Photography"; "Visual Effects Gallery: Photo Archive"; "Critical Juncture: Reaction to the Film"; Special Shoot: Promotional Photo Archive; Easter egg: Alien extra
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/6/2004
  • UPC: 024543098621
  • Original Release: 1997
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / DTS / Thx
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, THX-Supervised Mastering, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Español
  • Time: 1:56:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sigourney Weaver Ellen Ripley
Winona Ryder Annalee Call
Ron Perlman Johner
Dominique Pinon Vriess
Michael Wincott Elgyn
Dan Hedaya Gen. Perez
J.E. Freeman Dr. Wren
Brad Dourif Gediman
Raymond Cruz Distephano
Kim Flowers Hillard
Gary Dourdan Christie
Leland Orser Purvis
David St. James Surgeon
Technical Credits
Jean-Pierre Jeunet Director
Bill Badalato Producer
Gordon Carroll Producer
Michel Cheyko Asst. Director
John M. Dwyer Set Decoration/Design
John Frizzell Score Composer
David Giler Producer
Richard Bryce Goodman Sound/Sound Designer
Erik Henry Special Effects Supervisor
Walter Hill Producer
Darius Khondji Cinematographer
Andrew Neskoromny Art Director
Mark Oppenheimer Asst. Director
Rick Pagano Casting
Nigel Phelps Production Designer
Pitof Special Effects Supervisor
Bob Ringwood Costumes/Costume Designer
Herve Schneid Editor
Leslie Shatz Sound/Sound Designer
Sigourney Weaver Co-producer
Joss Whedon Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Main Titles
2. USM Auriga
3. Born Again
4. Number 8
5. An Unexpected Benefit
6. Memories
7. The Betty
8. The Cargo Arrives
9. The Deal
10. Hosts
11. A Little One-on-One
12. Today's Lesson
13. Snooping Around
14. Caught
15. The Escape
16. "Evacuation"
17. "Evacuation Incomplete."
18. Ripley Comes Through
19. Finding a Way Out
20. A Waste of Ammo
21. "He's Got One Inside of Him."
22. A Trap
23. Call's Secret
24. Connecting at the Chapel
25. Into the Nest
26. Sharing the Monster
27. A New Baby
28. Racing to the Betty
29. Closing the Hatch
30. Under Pressure
31. "I'm a Stranger Here Myself."
32. End Titles
1. Main Titles
2. USM Auriga
3. Born Again
4. An Unexpected Benefit
5. Memories
6. The Cargo Arrives
7. The Deal
8. A Little One-on-One
9. Today's Lesson
10. Snooping Around
11. Caught
12. The Escape
13. "Evacuation."
14. "Evacuation Incomplete."
15. Finding a Way Out
16. A Waste of Ammo
17. "He's Got One Inside of Him."
18. A Trap
19. Call's Secret
20. Connecting at the Chapel
21. Into the Nest
22. Sharing the Monster
23. A New Baby
24. Racing to the Betty
25. Closing the Hatch
26. Under Pressure
27. "I'm a Stranger Here Myself."
28. End Titles
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Menu

Side #1 -- Disc 1
   Special Edition
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      Supplement
         Audio Commentary
            Audio Commentary by Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Editor Herve Schneid, A.C.E., Alien Effects Creator Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Supervisor Pitof, Conceptual Artist, Sylvain Despretz, Actors Roin Perlman, Dominique Pinon, Leland Orser: On
            Audio Commentary by Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Editor Herve Schneid, A.C.E., Alien Effects Creator Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Supervisor Pitof, Conceptual Artist, Sylvain Despretz, Actors Roin Perlman, Dominique Pinon, Leland Orser: Off
         THX Optimizer
            Audio Tests
               Play Test
            Video Tests
               Play Test
         Deleted Footage Marker
            By Activating the Deleted Footage Marker, an On-Screen "Special Edition" Prompt Will Appear Throughout the Film to Help You Identify Footage Originally Deleted From the Theatrical Release: On
            By Activating the Deleted Footage Marker, an On-Screen "Special Edition" Prompt Will Appear Throughout the Film to Help You Identify Footage Originally Deleted From the Theatrical Release: Off
      Scenes
      Languages
         Spoken Languages: English 5.1 DTS
         Spoken Languages: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
         Spoken Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
         Subtitles: English
         Subtitles: Spanish
         Subtitles: None
         Commentary
   Theatrical Release
      Play
      Supplement
         Audio Commentary
            Audio Commentary by Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Editor Herve Schneid, A.C.E., Alien Effects Creator Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Supervisor Pitof, Conceptual Artist, Sylvain Despretz, Actors Roin Perlman, Dominique Pinon, Leland Orser: On
            Audio Commentary by Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Editor Herve Schneid, A.C.E., Alien Effects Creator Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Supervisor Pitof, Conceptual Artist, Sylvain Despretz, Actors Roin Perlman, Dominique Pinon, Leland Orser: Off
         THX Optimizer
            Audio Tests
               Play Test
            Video Tests
               Play Test
         Deleted and Extended Scenes
            New Opening Title Sequence [Pullout From a Bug to a Wide Shot of the Auriga.]
            Rude Awakening [Ripley Clone Awakens as the Operation to Remove the Queen Alien Embryo Concludes.]
            Ripley Remembers [Upon Seeing a Picture of a Little Girl, Ripley Has an Emotional Reaction.]
            Cafeteria Scene [Ripley Asks How She Was "Gotten." Dr. Wren Talks About Wal-Mart Buying Out Weyland-Yutani.]
            Vriess Joke [Vriess Kids Around With Call.] Johner Picks on Vriess [In the Repair Bay, Johner Picks a Fight With Vriess and Call.]
            The General's Quarters [Parez and Elgyn Talk About Call. The General Says There'll Be No Fighting.]
            What's Inside Purvis? Part 1/Part 2 [The Motley Group Comes Upon Purvis, Who Has Been Impregnated.]
            Disposable Weapons [The Group Talks About Their Guns Being Disposable, Before They Make the Plunge Into the Flooded Kitchens.]
            Interior Chapel Part 1/Part 2 [Ripley and Call Reprogram FA-TH-UR to Ensure the Auriga's Destruction. Call's Once-Secret Agenda Is Further Explored.]
            A New Ending [The Betty Lands on Earth, and Ripley and Call Have a Heart to Heart in the Middle of the Post Apocalyptic Wasteland.]
      Scenes
      Languages
         Spoken Languages: English 5.1 DTS
         Spoken Languages: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
         Spoken Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
         Subtitles: English
         Subtitles: Spanish
         Subtitles: None
         Commentary
Side #2 -- Disc 2
   Navigation Options
      Play All Featurettes
      View All Artwork
      View All Photos
   Pre>Production
      From the Ashes >> Reviving the Story
      First Draft Screenplay >> by Joss Whedon
      French Twist >> Direction and Design
      Under the Skin >> Casting and Characterizations
      Test Footage >> Creatures and Costumes
         Play With Commentary by Alec Gillis
         Play
      The Marc Caro Portfolio >> Character Designs
      The Art of Resurrection >> Conceptual Art Gallery
         View All
         Ship Designs
         Clone Designs
         Alien Designs
         Title Designs
         Prop Designs
         Costume Designs
         Earth Designs
      Storyboards >> Archives
         View All
         Experiment on the Auriga
         Aliens Escape
         The Betty Arrives
         Survivors Regroup
         Underwater Ambush
         Queen's Hive
         Ladder Fight
         The Newborn
      Previsualizations >> Multi-Angle Rehearsals
         More
            Storyboard - Audio 1: Rehearsal Audio
            Storyboard - Audio 2: Final Film Audio
            Video Rehearsal - Audio 1: Rehearsal Audio
            Video Rehearsal - Audio 2: Final Film Audio
            Composite Screen With Final Film - Audio 1: Rehearsal Audio
            Composite Screen With Final Film - Audio 2: Final Film Audio
            Play
   Production
      Death From Below >> Fox Studios Los Angeles, 1996
      In the Zone >> The Basketball Scene
      Production Gallery >> Photo Archive
         View All
         Production Props: Weapons
         The Betty Arrives
         Extracting the Queen
         Aliens Escape
         The Clone Horrors
         The Queen's Nest
         On Earth
         Underwater Attack
         Falling to Earth
      Unnatural Mutation >> Creature Design
      A.D.I.'s Workshop >> Photo Archive
   Post>Production
      Genetic Composition >> Music
      Virtual Aliens >> Computer Generated Imagery
      A Matter of Scale >> Miniature Photography
      Visual Effects Gallery >> Photo Archive
      Critical Juncture >> Reaction to the Film
      Special Shoot >> Promotional Photo Archive
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2012

    Ripley 2.0

    Ripley 2.0

    Scientists resurrect Ripley and the Alien Queen.
    Like the other Alien chapters this has humans obsessed with capturing and controlling the aliens. A military. who's training doesn't even remotely prepare them to combat the Aliens. Civilian characters, who's bad-ass attitudes and survival instincts allow a few to survive.

    Ripley is cloned. This clone has inherited some of the Alien's DNA. The result is a Super Human Ripley - Ripley 2.0 This one has super strength, enhanced senses, rapid healing, acid blood, and telepathy.

    The cloned aliens also result in a new breed of Alien. All things considered. This is a strong addition to the Alien series

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  • Posted August 13, 2011

    She's baaaaaccck.

    just u thought ALIEN 3 was the finale of the ALIEN series, think again. She's baaaaaccck. again. Clone 8 Ripley. or is she? this is the finale for Sigourney Weaver. i love the ALIEN saga. who would love 2 scream 2 get it at Barnes&Noble?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Different style than the originals - nevertheless, well done!

    After being thrilled by the first two parts and rather disappointed by the third one, I was both curious and skeptical of what the fourth might bring. And, I was pleasantly surprised. While retaining most of the elements known from the original trilogy, this movie is quite dissimilar in many aspects. Thus, don't compare it too strictly against the previous parts. It certainly makes sense that the personality of Ripley II, version 8, differs from the original Ripley character, after being genetically crossed with the aliens. Also, one should allow the queen to evolve as result of the experiment. I wouldn't see this contradicting the original trilogy. This part also adds a fresh touch of humor ("all aliens, please proceed to level 1"), and it is interesting to see the relationship between Ripley and Call develop. Among others, great performance by Brad "Chucky" Dourif as the weird scientist. Overall, maybe not a must for your DVD collection (that would be "Aliens" for sure!), but certainly a good movie to have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Might be just as good as Aliens!

    This one had a little bit more gore than the other 3, but it was still really amazing. Will not disappoint Alien fans!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I am an Alien fan and this movie stinks

    Please... this movie was poorly written and is a disgrace to the Alien franchise. It even goes as far as commiting sacralidge against the Alien queen and ruined the Ripley character. I will erase this movie from my mind and simply pretend it doesn't exist. If your a true Alien fan... stay away from this film.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very good

    Well I don't know about the few first reviewers but I enjoyed this movie. I guess it must of been made for horror fanatics, like myself. It didn't fail to bring back the good alien feeling. If your not big on horror, then you might want to avoid. But if your fine with horror movies or love horror movies then you should try to catch this flick.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    wow

    I get the feeling that the last three comments were written by the same person for effect. Could possibly be the best in the series. A must-have for 'Alien' fans.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2003

    Wow!!!!!!!!!

    Having been a longtime fan of the Alien series I was skeptical about this latest version, but I have to say it was GREAT! The most intelligent, scary, and well-scripted of all Alien movies. I never thought I'd see anything better than the original, but this one stands alone. Absolutely fantastic! The plot is great, the directing solid, and the choice of actors impeccable. Highly recommended!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2003

    EWWWWW

    nothing but gore, gore, gore who made this movie? id rather watch barnie than this heck. dont get this...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2003

    Worst movie ever

    I absolutely hated this movie. I cant believe they even acknowledge it is part of the Aliens Trilogy. It doesnt even deserve 1 star. Dont buy this movie if you are reading this review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2002

    1 star for special FX.

    A pure waist of film. Any fan of the Alien franchise could see. It's idiotic storyline and characters ruined the ending to the best trilogy in history. Do not recommend.

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    Posted January 26, 2010

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    Posted January 23, 2010

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