Family-Faith Film Review: Predators

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By Catholic Office of Film and Broadcasting

Predators—Dreary sci-fi sequel in which a random collection of human warriors and criminals (most prominently Adrien Brody, Alice Braga and Topher Grace) find themselves unwillingly and mysteriously parachuted into a jungle by the invisibility-cloaked aliens of the title who then hunt them for sport. Despite a half-hearted last-reel lesson about the need to maintain civilized values, director Nimrod Antal’s addition to the thriller franchise that began with 1987’s “Predator” is mostly a survey of nasty ways to die, while Alex Litvak’s script is chockablock with obscenities. Frequent graphic violence, some of it gruesome, a few uses of profanity, pervasive rough and crude language.  O — morally offensive. (R) 2010
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