The Predator (2018)
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The Predator (2018)


Genre
:
Horror | Science Fiction | Action | Adventure
Rating
:
0 / 10
Release Date
:
13 September 2018
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
0 : 0 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Post Production
Overview
:
From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race.

Cast Overview :

Quinn McKenna
by: Boyd Holbrook
Casey Bracket
by: Olivia Munn
Rory McKenna
by: Jacob Tremblay
Nebraska Williams
by: Trevante Rhodes
by: Sterling K. Brown
by: Keegan-Michael Key
by: Alfie Allen
Emily
by: Yvonne Strahovski
by: Thomas Jane
by: Augusto Aguilera
by: Jake Busey
by: Edward James Olmos
Sapir
by: Niall Matter
Sgt. Gomez
by: Dean Redman
Doug Amaturo
by: Steve Wilder
Derek
by: Nikolas Dukic
Lieutenant
by: Andrew Jenkins
Security Guard
by: Crystal Mudry
Biker
by: Paul Lazenby
Lt. General Marks
by: Lochlyn Munro
Lead Merc
by: Devielle Johnson
Agent Church
by: RJ Fetherstonhaugh
Actor
by: Jay Hector
Security Tech
by: Eduard Witzke
F22 Pilot
by: Rhys Williams
Barn Merc #5
by: Sean Kohnke
Emmisary
by: Kyle Strauts
Cryptographer
by: Anousha Alamian
Sobbing Vet
by: Marcio Moreno
Diaz (Bartender)
by: Javier Lacroix
Soldier
by: Sarah Ziolkowski
F22 Pilot #2
by: Harrison MacDonald
F-22 Pilot #1
by: Malcolm Masters
Stargazer Tech
by: Colin Corrigan
EJ
by: Gabriel LaBelle
Emissary #1
by: Brian A. Prince
Sonny
by: Vin Asim
Woodhurst's aid (uncredited)
by: Inka Malovic
Merc
by: Patrick Sabongui
Merc #5
by: Mathew Yanagiya
Mercenary
by: J.C. Williams
Merc #2
by: Byron Briscoe
College Student
by: Kathryn Marie Robinson
Surveillance tech
by: Kory Grim

Member Reviews :

A complete waste of opportunity. The film smacks of studio interference and bad decisions. It starts off decent enough but at the halfway point it turns into a shambles and it does feel as if a lot of it ended up on the cutting room floor. The music was very intrusive and some scenes were so badly lit you had no idea who was just killed or even what killed them. Some knowing nods to the earlier Predator films was a nice touch and it was good they didn't skimp on the gore and violence but all in all it's a bad movie. Stick to Predator and Predators.
  Shane
My mind was racing as I watched _The Predator_ in the cinema tonight. I'd heard virtually nothing good about it so my anxious brain kicked into overdrive the whole time the film was going on. As a result of that, I almost feel like I experienced three movies in that theatre. First, obviously the movie on the screen. Secondly, the awesome movie I was theorising could unfurl at the result of each new sequence and plot point, but that sadly never did. And thirdly, the inexcusably awful and franchise-ruining movie that I feared it was about to take a hard left turn into at any minute, and thankfully never did. And that's really my experience on _The Predator_ overall, and the reason for a stalemate "2.5 outta 5" review: It wasn't as good as it should have been, it wasn't as bad as it could have been. Unfortunately, when the movie I'm writing in my head alongside watching it is better than what's actually on screen, when you take into account that I'm an unimaginative, talentless hack, really doesn't cut it for a sequel to _Predator_, one of of only five movies I've ever given a perfect rating to. The best parts of _The Predator_ are when there is an eponymous Predator on screen. So you might think, "Oh it's not a good movie, but it's a good _Predator_ movie", and fair enough a conclusion to draw, but no. Part of the problem is, this movie really could have been pulled off with any aliens at all. Take out the Yautja and replace them with... I dunno, the blue skinned pogo-stick people of Planet Hurfadump, and it can still play out functionally the same. See, although I enjoyed watching the Predators do their thing, there was really nothing beyond cosmetic similarities that made them the Predators we've seen in every movie preceding this one. I think possibly part of the reason for that is that every other movie with a Predator in it has been an Action Horror movie (albeit Action Horror with ever-increasing Sci-Fi elements from film to film) whereas _The Predator_ is an Action Comedy, just one with some gore. Now I don't think that taking it that route was necessarily and... abysmal failure, let's say, but was Action Comedy the **best** way to take the _Predator_ franchise? I think it's pretty clear that the answer is no. Ironic that that direction is being taken by Shane Black, the man who has a history with _Predator_ purely because the crew of the first film were determined to have him to work on the script, which he refused. Now here we are more 30 years later and Shane Black finally **has** put his name on a Predator movie, and it's not even good. Fuck. At least it's better than _AvP: Requiem_!
  Gimly