When it comes to Prometheus, the critics have spoken.
Well, a few of them have, at least, as early reviews are already starting to trickle in for director Ridley Scott's highly anticipated supposed prequel-of-sorts to Alien starring Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Swedish Girl With the Dragon Tattoo star Noomi Rapace.
So what's the initial verdict?
- "It is a muddled, intricate, spectacular film, but more or less in control of all its craziness and very watchable," offers Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian. "There are also some shrewd and witty touches, and one terrifically creepy performance by Michael Fassbender."
- "While Prometheus has some striking chilling moments it never plays the all-out horror card, instead developing the science alongside the action and punctuating the film with moments that jolt and amaze," states Mark Adams over at Screen Daily. "[It] should thrill, challenge and provoke audiences ready for [Scott's] signature brand of intelligent and visceral film-making."
So what do you think? Do these opinions change your mind at all when it comes to seeing Prometheus when it hits theaters June 8? Sound off in the comments!