1. David Statue: "They are Us" My favorite! 2. The Urns: "Welcome to Immortality" is awesome! 3. Alrighty then.... 4.Engineer Helmet: "Discover What Mankind Was Never Meant to See" I'd say this one would have worked very well prior to the film! 5. Weyland Acid Burn: Perfect for any Alien fan for sure! My vote, they all work!
1. "They are Us" I think that looks like pressure suit, very nice and kinda wakens the interest into the movie. Think I'll watch it again. 2."Welcome to Immortality" Very good!!! 3. Shaw and Cuddels I'm kinda neutral 4."Discover What Mankind Was Never Meant to See" The picture is fine but too long text. . . 5.Burned Weyland logo. I'm kinda neutral of this too.
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the first two are the best, bu the first makes me think of the alien dvd cover. but it looks cool on its own!
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The first two are really evocative of Alien. The SJ head one seems that could have been a good complement to the more iconic Big Head and the tag line on that works well too with the "2,000 years ago..." story line.
The first is Perfect! "THEY ARE US" The statue of the Titan Prometheus The facehugger scheme posing as chest bones and ribs The Flash light green that characterizes the films of the Alien franchise! (giving a "relationship" between Prometheus and Alien. Simply Perfect!
1) exoskeletal David, "Is that you, Michelangelo?" 2) this film soooooooooooo wants to be an ALien prequel - but I love the tagline. 3,4,5) meh
"They are us" -- AHHAHABWAHAHAH comedy gold. Seriously sounds like something straight out of SNL or the Onion. And "what HUMANkind was never meant to see" whats a man playing with his vagina snake.
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I liked #2 the Big Head Room without the big head. The silent looking urns,,all lined up like soldiers(or tombstones) seeming looking forward and upward in a vast cavern is a grand spectical of a scene.
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