A nostalgic-yet -contemporized model evoking reminisces of what the sci-fi/horror genre its original film ~single-handedly built over 30+ years ago can be, Prometheus antagonizes with bold new questions in the mythology and a subpar ending- but wows in gravity, cinematography, thrills, scale, CGI, explorative origins-of-mankind themes, and ambition to expand its own lore. 8/10.
Aboard a spacecraft named Prometheus, a crew of space explorers travel to distant moon LV-223 in search of the origins of humanity. Headed by archeologists Elizabeth Shaw and Charlie Holloway who discovered clues interpreting them as a sort of invitation to meet their makers, they soon discover that something else entirely is waiting for them there.
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