Alien, la résurrection Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 262000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Alien: Resurrección

Title in Italiano:

Alien - La clonazione

Title in Português:

Alien: O Regresso

Title in Français:

Alien, la résurrection


It's been two long centuries since Ellen Ripley's selfless sacrifice in Alien³ (1992), and now, military scientists of the top-secret scientific research vessel, USM Auriga, have successfully managed to clone her by creating Ripley 8.

However, as the dormant embryonic Xenomorph Queen that had been growing inside her imbues the human/alien hybrid with immense strength and fragmented inherited memories, in the meantime, Captain Frank Elgyn of the smuggling ship, Betty, sets foot on the Auriga with his ragtag team of mercenaries.

Somehow, aggressive Xenomorphs escape, and now, the genetically enhanced Ripley must pick sides. Is the world prepared for the imminent Alien resurrection?

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Alien, la résurrection
Ripley's Theme
Jerry Goldsmith: Composer
I'm Popeye the Sailor Man
Samuel Lerner: Writer
Dominique Pinon: Whistled
Julius, Priva son d'ogni conforto
George Frideric Handel: From the opera "julius caesar"
Julius Rudel: New york city opera orchestra (uncredited) conducted
Maureen Forrester: Sung

User reviews

Nancy Baker

The choice of music in certain action sequences felt out of place and jarring, disrupting the immersion in the film's world. The lack of cohesion between the visuals and the music detracted from the overall viewing experience and made it difficult to fully engage with the story.

Charles Miller

I found the musical score to be repetitive and forgettable, failing to leave a lasting impression or add depth to the scenes. It felt like a missed opportunity to elevate the emotional impact of the story and connect with the audience on a deeper level.

Joshua Lewis

The musical score expertly complements the action sequences, heightening the intensity and adrenaline of the on-screen battles between the characters and the Xenomorphs.

Steven Davis

The music did a great job of building tension and suspense during key moments, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the film.

David Jackson

The use of unconventional instruments and electronic elements in the music adds a unique and futuristic quality to the soundtrack, enhancing the otherworldly nature of the story. The composition is masterfully done, with each track seamlessly blending with the visuals to create a truly immersive experience for the viewers.

Amanda Perez

The soundtrack's incorporation of subtle hints of past Alien films through familiar motifs and sounds added a layer of nostalgia for fans of the franchise.

Kimberly Phillips

The orchestral pieces in the soundtrack were particularly impactful during the more intense and action-packed scenes, enhancing the viewer's experience.

Dorothy Brown

The use of eerie and otherworldly music in key scenes adds a sense of unease and foreboding, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the movie.

Margaret Moore

While the soundtrack successfully complemented the film's visuals and narrative, I felt that some tracks could have been more memorable and distinctive on their own.