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Alien: Covenant brings back the critters, lots of critters — critters of all shapes, sizes, colors, and stages of gestation. Yet it seems the story director Ridley Scott really wants to tell emerges only in the film's subplot, a Gothic tale of two synthetics, the true sequel to the events and thems of Prometheus and an extension of the ideas first raised in his 1982 film Blade Runner.

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