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Terrance Keith Richardson,
For a fan-made movie, then "AvP: Redemption" wasn't all that bad. Of course, you must keep in mind that this is not a major Hollywood production with a budget big enough to sustain a small country.
The storyline was a rather simple and easy one to follow and keep up with. Although one might actually draw a conclusion of it being a bit too simplistic actually. Personally I don't understand why a big corporation would keep ships in that kind of state, lacking proper lighting and basically looking like an old-run down heap of space junk.
There is a little bit of acting in the movie, and the acting performances are done with enough conviction to pass as being fair.
The CGI in the movie was a mixed Blessing though. Because some scenes had some quite good effects, while others boasted some really shoddy and questionable CGI, in particular the backgrounds and some of the alien scenes.
As for the music, well it was re-used from other "Alien" and "Predator" movies, which seemed a bit too cheesy. Of course, it was the easiest approach to just "borrow" that music. But it completely took away the sense of being original.
All in all, "AvP: Redemption" is a good and whole-hearted attempt. And it does show that it is made by people whom indeed are passionate about the "Alien vs Predator" concept and franchise.
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