Aliens 2 will be better than the original, according to one of the most respected film critics of all time.
The review by Roger Ebert was published on the Official Site of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the movie has now been released in the US.
The MPAA, which is responsible for rating movies, has given the sequel an 18.9 out of a possible 20.
The film’s new rating is in line with that of the first film, which earned an 18 on the MPAA’s “A” scale, and is expected to become a top 10 film.
In his review of Alien 2, Ebert said: The first Alien film was just an incredible, brilliant, great adventure.
The second is an incredible sequel.
That is to say that it is the best Alien movie.
I think that’s the only way to describe it.
It’s a film that has a lot to live up to, and I think it does, in that sense.
The sequel to Alien 2 is likely to be released in 2021, and Ebert praised the performance of Sigourney Weaver and John Hurt.
In a separate review, he praised the visual style of the movie, saying: It’s all very shiny and modern and shiny and new, with a few old faces and a few new faces.
It is an adventure story, and it’s a good adventure story.
And that’s what makes it a film, he said.
The first film was directed by Ridley Scott and starred Sigourney Wilson, John Hurt, Michael Biehn, and a host of other actors.
It was directed, written and produced by Ridley Miller, who previously worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Prometheus.
The movie was released on August 20, 1990.
Alien 2 has grossed over $1 billion worldwide and is now the biggest-grossing film of all-time.
Alien will be released on November 17, 2021.