History Franchise / Predator

27th Dec '15 9:05:43 PM ultimomant
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''Film/AliensVsPredatorRequieme'' (2007) follows events from the previous film, and features a [[MixAndMatchCritters predator/alien hybrid]] leading an invasion of Earth. Despite ''this'' movie being rated R, it has very little of what made any of the two creatures entertaining and is considered one of the worst films ever made in some fans' eyes. But of course it has its fans as well, who swear the first ''AVP'' was actually ''worse''. The fans of both films aren't really mutually exclusive to begin with. Either way the ''AVP'' franchise of films [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot never ended up being what everyone wanted them to be]]. At least to the fans of the ''AVP'' mythology.
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''Film/AliensVsPredatorRequieme'' ''Film/AliensVsPredatorRequiem'' (2007) follows events from the previous film, and features a [[MixAndMatchCritters predator/alien hybrid]] leading an invasion of Earth. Despite ''this'' movie being rated R, it has very little of what made any of the two creatures entertaining and is considered one of the worst films ever made in some fans' eyes. But of course it has its fans as well, who swear the first ''AVP'' was actually ''worse''. The fans of both films aren't really mutually exclusive to begin with. Either way the ''AVP'' franchise of films [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot never ended up being what everyone wanted them to be]]. At least to the fans of the ''AVP'' mythology.
26th Dec '15 4:32:00 AM eroock
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In ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' (2004), a predator ship arrives in orbit and activates a temple pyramid hidden in the Antarctic. The heat signature attracts some human scientists who lead an expedition and discover a bizarre labyrinth. What they eventually learn is that this place is a proving ground for Predators to hunt one of the most dangerous of prey, the xenomorphs from the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' franchise. While the movie was based off of two R-rated film series, this movie was PG-13 and as a result it wasn't quite the bloodbath fans were hoping for. That said, it has its fans and the film was popular enough to warrant a sequel.
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In ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' (2004), a predator ship arrives in orbit and activates a temple pyramid hidden in the Antarctic. The heat signature attracts some human scientists who lead an expedition and discover a bizarre labyrinth. What they eventually learn is that this place is a proving ground for Predators to hunt one of the most dangerous of prey, the xenomorphs from the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' franchise. While the movie was based off of two R-rated film series, this movie was PG-13 and as a result it wasn't quite the bloodbath fans were hoping for. That said, it has its fans and the film was popular enough to warrant a sequel.
17th Dec '15 12:27:49 PM erforce
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In ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' (2004), a predator ship arrives in orbit and activates a temple pyramid hidden in the Antarctic. The heat signature attracts some human scientists who lead an expedition and discover a bizarre labyrinth. What they eventually learn is that this place is a proving ground for Predators to hunt one of the most dangerous of prey, the xenomorphs from the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' franchise. While the movie was based off of two R-rated film series, this movie was PG-13 and as a result it wasn't quite the bloodbath fans were hoping for. That said, it has its fans and the film was popular enough to warrant a sequel. ''[[Film/AlienVsPredator Alien vs. Predator: Requiem]]'' (2007) follows events from the previous film, and features a [[MixAndMatchCritters predator/alien hybrid]] leading an invasion of Earth. Despite ''this'' movie being rated R, it has very little of what made any of the two creatures entertaining and is considered one of the worst films ever made in some fans' eyes. But of course it has its fans as well, who swear the first ''AVP'' was actually ''worse''. The fans of both films aren't really mutually exclusive to begin with. Either way the ''AVP'' franchise of films [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot never ended up being what everyone wanted them to be]]. At least to the fans of the ''AVP'' mythology.
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In ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' (2004), a predator ship arrives in orbit and activates a temple pyramid hidden in the Antarctic. The heat signature attracts some human scientists who lead an expedition and discover a bizarre labyrinth. What they eventually learn is that this place is a proving ground for Predators to hunt one of the most dangerous of prey, the xenomorphs from the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' franchise. While the movie was based off of two R-rated film series, this movie was PG-13 and as a result it wasn't quite the bloodbath fans were hoping for. That said, it has its fans and the film was popular enough to warrant a sequel. ''[[Film/AlienVsPredator Alien vs. Predator: Requiem]]'' ''Film/AliensVsPredatorRequieme'' (2007) follows events from the previous film, and features a [[MixAndMatchCritters predator/alien hybrid]] leading an invasion of Earth. Despite ''this'' movie being rated R, it has very little of what made any of the two creatures entertaining and is considered one of the worst films ever made in some fans' eyes. But of course it has its fans as well, who swear the first ''AVP'' was actually ''worse''. The fans of both films aren't really mutually exclusive to begin with. Either way the ''AVP'' franchise of films [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot never ended up being what everyone wanted them to be]]. At least to the fans of the ''AVP'' mythology.

** The sick guy in ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' was ignored at first, but his willingness to fight despite being heavily outmatched and his ingenuity in improvising a weapon elevated him to "worthy kill". Plus, he set the Predator on fire... honor or not, that's going to tick you off!
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** The sick guy in ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' was ignored at first, but his willingness to fight despite being heavily outmatched and his ingenuity in improvising a weapon elevated him to "worthy kill". Plus, he set the Predator on fire... honor or not, that's going to tick you off!
6th Dec '15 10:12:16 PM CommanderAce
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** A Predator [[GuestFighter appears]] in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' as downloadable content. Considering that the game will also feature [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Vorhees]], [[CoolVsAwesome we all know what this means...]]
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** A Predator [[GuestFighter appears]] in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' as downloadable content. Considering that the game will also feature features [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Vorhees]], Voorhees]], [[Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre Leatherface]] and [[Franchise/{{Alien}} a Xenomorph]], [[CoolVsAwesome we all know what this means...]]

** In "Predators 2", after Harrigan defeats the Predator in hand to hand combat, the Predator's colleagues don't attempt to enact vengeance upon him; they let him leave and even reward him with a trophy.
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** In "Predators 2", ''Predator 2'', after Harrigan defeats the Predator in hand to hand combat, the Predator's colleagues don't attempt to enact vengeance upon him; they let him leave and even reward him with a trophy.
26th Nov '15 9:43:18 AM DrImpossible
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[[AC: ''Predator - Dark Ages'' (2015)]]
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[[AC: ''Predator - Dark Ages'' (2015)]] Upcoming Predator Sequel]]

It came out in 2015, following a team of English knights heading home from the crusades, selected as prey by the ultimate hunter.
23rd Nov '15 9:37:21 AM DrImpossible
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[[AC: Predator - Dark Ages]]
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[[AC: Predator ''Predator - Dark Ages]] Ages'' (2015)]]
23rd Nov '15 8:57:12 AM DrImpossible
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[[AC: Upcoming Predator Sequel]]
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[[AC: Upcoming Predator Sequel]] - Dark Ages]]

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[[AC: Upcoming Predator Sequel]] It came out in 2015, following a team of English knights heading home from the crusades, selected as prey by the ultimate hunter.
1st Nov '15 11:08:01 PM CommanderAce
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* BadAss: Most everyone that goes toe to toe with the Predators, Dutch and his crew in particular. The Predators themselves qualify, of course. ** BadassNormal: Harrigan and his teammates in ''Predator 2'', nearly everyone in ''Predators''.
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* BadAss: Most everyone that goes toe to toe with the Predators, Dutch and his crew in particular. The Predators themselves qualify, of course. ** course with their superior strength and technology. * BadassNormal: Harrigan and his teammates in ''Predator 2'', nearly What everyone in ''Predators''.against the Predators is by practicality.

* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Predators sometimes use their explosive wrist bracelets to blow themselves up before they die. Often it's done for practical reasons (for example, blowing up an area to prevent a xenomorph infestation from getting out of control).
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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Predators sometimes use their explosive wrist bracelets to blow themselves up before they die. Often it's done for practical reasons (for example, blowing up an area to prevent a xenomorph infestation from getting out of control).control) and to prevent their technology from falling into the hands of their prey.

* BizarreAlienBiology: The Predators are mostly humanoid in appearance with slimy reptilian skin, similarly reptilian feet, and clawed hands. They have no visible ears or noses and have a sharp-toothed face with four mandibles instead of a conventional mouth, capped off by dreadlock flesh tendrils.
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* BizarreAlienBiology: The Predators are mostly humanoid in appearance with slimy reptilian skin, similarly reptilian feet, and clawed hands. They have no visible ears or noses and have a sharp-toothed face with four mandibles instead of a conventional mouth, capped off by dreadlock flesh tendrils.tendrils and glowing green blood.

* ChameleonCamouflage: The Predator's camouflage armor worked this way.
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* ChameleonCamouflage: The Predator's camouflage armor worked works this way.

* CreepySouvenir: Predators keep the skulls of the humans they kill.
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* CreepySouvenir: Predators keep the skulls of the humans quarry they kill.kill. A more subdued example is present in how many seem to wear bones as part of their armor or as necklaces.

* DevelopingDoomedCharacters: Both ''Predator'' and ''Predators'' spent quite a long time with only the humans.
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* DevelopingDoomedCharacters: Both ''Predator'' and ''Predators'' spent quite a long time with only the humans.humans, although this manages to work better than most as the protagonists get some action scenes before hand.

* EvilIsBigger: It started with 7'2" (2.18 m) Kevin Peter Hall, and every Predator ever since has been a towering beast (and to think average sized Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme was the first actor in the role). * FairPlayVillain: The Predators.
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* EvilIsBigger: It started with 7'2" (2.18 m) Kevin Peter Hall, and every Predator ever since has been a towering beast (and to think average sized Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme was could've been the first actor in the role). * FairPlayVillain: The Predators.Predators have standards, see EvenEvilHasStandards for more.

* EvilIsBigger: It started with 7'2" (2.18 m) Kevin Peter Hall, and every Predator ever since has been {{Gonk}}: With their decidedly non-human appearance, there's a towering beast (and to think average sized Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme was reason the first actor in Predator's wear their helmets, whihc makes this a rare case where the role). * FairPlayVillain: The Predators.monster falls into this trope.

* HumansAreSpecial: One of the reasons the Predators seem to enjoy hunting humans is that our sheer lack of physical prowess and technological advantages compared to them, means we have to resort to being very ingenious when it comes to finding ways to track down and kill our opponents. In short... ''we cheat''.
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* HumansAreSpecial: HumansAreSpecial: ** One of the reasons the Predators seem to enjoy hunting humans is that our sheer lack of physical prowess and technological advantages compared to them, means we have to resort to being very ingenious when it comes to finding ways to track down and kill our opponents. In short... ''we cheat''.

*** The ''Aliens vs Predator'' novels pretty much outright state that humans ''are'' greater quarry (at least when the Yautja rigidly follows the hunting code, and chooses worthy humans). They use Xenomorphs as their training prey for new, unblooded warriors... but you have to be a distinguished hunter and apply for special permission to hunt "Soft Meat".
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*** ** The ''Aliens vs Predator'' novels pretty much outright state that humans ''are'' greater quarry (at least when the Yautja rigidly follows the hunting code, and chooses worthy humans). They use Xenomorphs as their training prey for new, unblooded warriors... but you have to be a distinguished hunter and apply for special permission to hunt "Soft Meat".

* LoweredMonsterDifficulty: The Predator... the [[Film/{{Predator}} first one]] systematically hunts down and kills an entire elite special forces unit, only losing due to a conveniently placed trap shortly before it could kill Arnold. In ''Film/{{Predator 2}}'', although it does do quite a number on drug gangs, as soon as Danny Glover manages to track it down (he is a very well-armed cop), he has it on the ropes, lops off one of its arms, and kills it with it's own weapon. In the original ''Film/AlienVersusPredator'', two Predators (out of three) get taken out in one five minutes of screentime (although the third one lasts the length of the film). Finally, in ''Film/{{Predators}}'', a trio of stronger, less fettered Predators end up being killed off by a group of similar size to the group in the first film, despite using things such as "hunting hounds" and UAV surveillance, and the fact that while the unit in the first film was a cohesive group (with the exception of Dillon), the group in ''Predators'' was composed of a random assembly of dangerous people who didn't trust one another, including a convict armed only with a shiv. While the final Predator does take quite a lot of damage before succumbing (including being shivved in the neck, fighting a worn-out and injured "Classic" Predator, and having grenades explode in his face), the other two die fairly rapidly.
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* LoweredMonsterDifficulty: The Predator... the [[Film/{{Predator}} first one]] systematically hunts down and kills an entire elite special forces unit, only losing due to a conveniently placed trap shortly before it could kill Arnold. In ''Film/{{Predator 2}}'', although it does do quite a number on drug gangs, gangs and attains a higher kill count, as soon as Danny Glover manages to track it down (he is a very well-armed cop), he has it on the ropes, lops off one of its arms, and kills it with it's own weapon. In the original ''Film/AlienVersusPredator'', two Predators (out of three) get taken out in one five minutes of screentime (although the third one lasts the length of the film). Finally, in ''Film/{{Predators}}'', a trio of stronger, less fettered Predators end up being killed off by a group of similar size to the group in the first film, despite using things such as "hunting hounds" and UAV surveillance, and the fact that while the unit in the first film was a cohesive group (with the exception of Dillon), the group in ''Predators'' was composed of a random assembly of dangerous people who didn't trust one another, including a convict armed only with a shiv. While the final Predator does take quite a lot of damage before succumbing (including being shivved in the neck, fighting a worn-out and injured "Classic" Predator, and having grenades explode in his face), the other two die fairly rapidly.

* MadeOfIron: The Predators take quite a bit of damage before going down. * MenAreTheExpendableGender / SortingAlgorithmOfMortality: ''Predator'', ''Predator 2'' and ''Predators'' all have casts filled with numerous {{Badass}} men... and a lone woman. No prizes for guessing which characters are ''guaranteed'' to survive. ** Averted by the ''Alien vs. Predator'' films which both have multiple female roles, allowing some of them to become victims too. Also averted in Predator 2, when the City Hunters kills all of the armed commuters, male or female (there's a POV shot of the Predator breaking the neck of an armed elderly woman), during the train shootout.
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* MadeOfIron: The Predators take quite a bit of damage before going down. down, the City Hunter in particular warrants mention as it survives being doused with liquid nitrogen, shotgunned multiple times, loses an arm and then crashes into a building before finally necessitating medical attention. * MenAreTheExpendableGender / SortingAlgorithmOfMortality: ''Predator'', ''Predator 2'' and ''Predators'' all have casts filled with numerous {{Badass}} men... and a lone woman. No prizes for guessing which characters are ''guaranteed'' to survive. \n** Averted by the ''Alien vs. Predator'' films which both have multiple female roles, allowing some of them to become victims too. Also averted in Predator 2, when the City Hunters kills all of the armed commuters, male or female (there's a POV shot of the Predator breaking the neck of an armed elderly woman), during the train shootout.

* NegatedMomentOfAwesome: When the Predator in the second film had Harrigan pinned down, Kayes, who was thought to have been blown up earlier, leaps in, saying the fight is between him and the Predator, [[spoiler:only for the Predator to slice him in half without much difficulty. Considering he was a {{Jerkass}} however, it's not hard to feel whether or not the moment was truly wasted]]. * NeverHurtAnInnocent: The Predators only hunt those who would make good sport, and will not harm those who are clearly not fighters: sick, elderly, young, with child, etc.
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* NegatedMomentOfAwesome: When the Predator in the second film had Harrigan pinned down, Kayes, Keyes, who was thought to have been blown up earlier, leaps in, saying the fight is between him and the Predator, [[spoiler:only for the Predator to slice him in half without much difficulty. Considering he was a {{Jerkass}} however, it's not hard to feel whether or not the moment was truly wasted]]. * NeverHurtAnInnocent: The Predators only hunt those who would make good sport, and will not harm those who are clearly not fighters: sick, elderly, young, with child, etc. However, they tend to make exceptions if the siutation demands it, as their hunting code is not usually done out of compassion.

** While the Predators from Rodriguez's sequel kill a man who's almost entirely paralyzed and incapable of fighting back, he had previously shown himself to be a dangerous foe. [[spoiler:It's also quite likely that they disapproved of his treachery in turning on his forced teammates]]. Plus, he'd been transported to that planet purely for the purpose of hunting him. That he was temporarily incapacitated when he was killed would not remove his status as a worthy kill -- Predators believe in honor, not HonorBeforeReason. *** It's also indicated that the Predators that do this aren't the usual sorts, and are quite possibly some sort of splinter faction or subspecies that have a rather looser code of the hunt. ** Worth noting that it isn't not out of any compassion on the Predator's part, there's just no challenge in killing something that can't fight back, and hence no honor to be gained. While their tendency to blow shit up when they lose might seem dishonourable, this is more a case of removing any evidence of their existence from prey species. *** It seems to vary according to the individual, the City Hunter spared a woman after realizing she was pregnant despite (according to the ''Predator 2'' novelization) being her target.

* NoPronunciationGuide: "Yautja" is officially pronounced as "ee-wat-ya", but "ya-oot-cha" is also recognized as a pronunciation as well. ** "Yaht-jaw", according to official sources.
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* NoPronunciationGuide: "Yautja" is officially pronounced as "ee-wat-ya", "Yaht-jaw", but "ya-oot-cha" is and "ee-wat-ya" are also recognized as a pronunciation as well. ** "Yaht-jaw", according to official sources.well.

* NotOfThisEarth
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* NotOfThisEarthNotOfThisEarth: Each film has the protagonists recognize what they're dealing with via some sort of contact (The Predator's blood in the first, the non-earthly composition of its spear weapon in the second and the reveal of the AlienSky in the third).

* PhraseCatcher: The unmasked creature warrants the comment "You're one ''ugly'' motherfucker!") This is referenced in the first ''Aliens vs. Predator'' when a character uses the same line on a Xenomorph. [[spoiler:By then, she had done an EnemyMine with the Predator, so refrained from saying such to him.]]
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* PhraseCatcher: The unmasked creature warrants the comment "You're one ''ugly'' motherfucker!") motherfucker!" in every film. This is referenced in the first ''Aliens vs. Predator'' when a character uses the same line on a Xenomorph. [[spoiler:By then, she had done an EnemyMine with the Predator, so refrained from saying such to him.]]

* PhraseCatcher: PrecisionFStrike: The unmasked creature warrants the comment "You're one ''ugly'' motherfucker!") This is referenced in the first ''Aliens vs. Predator'' when a character uses the same famous "ugly motherfucker" line on a Xenomorph. [[spoiler:By then, she had done an EnemyMine with the Predator, so refrained from saying such to him.]]used in all films.

* RareGuns: The Desert Eagle, AA-12 and handheld miniguns have all made an appearance throughout the series.
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* RareGuns: The A number of weapons from the list such as the Desert Eagle, AA-12 and handheld miniguns have all made an appearance throughout the series.

* ScaryBlackMan: Mac, in the first film. Double subverted in that, for most of his screen time, he's scared shitless himself... but after his HeroicBSOD, he's downright ''terrifying''. Played straight in ''Predator 2'' where [[ScaryBlackMan Scary Black Men]] include the main character, the Jamaican gangsters, and their leader King Willie (the last more because his voodoo belief and behavior than his physical strength}.
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* ScaryBlackMan: Mac, in the first film. Double subverted in that, for most of his screen time, he's scared shitless himself... but after his HeroicBSOD, he's downright ''terrifying''. Played straight in ''Predator 2'' where [[ScaryBlackMan Scary Black Men]] include the main character, the Jamaican gangsters, and their leader King Willie (the last more because his voodoo belief and behavior than his physical strength}. Mombasa and Noland from ''Predators'' also play into this as well.

* TheStoner: The drug gangs in the second film. Stans is implied to be this in ''Predators''.
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* TheStoner: The drug gangs in the second film. Stans is implied to be this in ''Predators''.''Predators'' as being stranded on an alien planet doesn't give one much room for drug use.

* WorldOfHam: Naturally.
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* WorldOfHam: Naturally.Naturally in play with Schwarzenegger involved, although others such as the drug dealers and DEA in the sequel and Noland in ''Predators'' get their fair share in. The Predators aren't exactly subtle with their tendency to roar and ironically quote victims, particularly the first one with its evil laugh.
11th Oct '15 7:38:34 PM Eddy1215
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* NegatedMomentOfAwesome: When the Predator in the second film had Harrigan pinned down, Kayes, who was thought to have been blown up earlier, leaps in, saying the fight is between him and the Predator, [[[spoiler:only for the Predator to slice in him half without much difficulty. Considering he was a {{Jerkass}} however, it's not hard to feel whether or not the moment was truly wasted]].
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* NegatedMomentOfAwesome: When the Predator in the second film had Harrigan pinned down, Kayes, who was thought to have been blown up earlier, leaps in, saying the fight is between him and the Predator, [[[spoiler:only [[spoiler:only for the Predator to slice in him in half without much difficulty. Considering he was a {{Jerkass}} however, it's not hard to feel whether or not the moment was truly wasted]].

** While the Predators from Rodriguez's sequel kill a man who's almost entirely paralysed and incapable of fighting back, he had previously shown himself to be a dangerous foe. [[spoiler:It's also quite likely that they disapproved of his treachery in turning on his forced teammates]]. Plus, he'd been transported to that planet purely for the purpose of hunting him. That he was temporarily incapacitated when he was killed would not remove his status as a worthy kill -- Predators believe in honor, not HonorBeforeReason.
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** While the Predators from Rodriguez's sequel kill a man who's almost entirely paralysed paralyzed and incapable of fighting back, he had previously shown himself to be a dangerous foe. [[spoiler:It's also quite likely that they disapproved of his treachery in turning on his forced teammates]]. Plus, he'd been transported to that planet purely for the purpose of hunting him. That he was temporarily incapacitated when he was killed would not remove his status as a worthy kill -- Predators believe in honor, not HonorBeforeReason.

** ''Predators'' -- Nikolai: (Spits on mask) [[BilingualBonus (In Russian)]] [[PhraseCatcher You're one ugly motherfucker!]][[note]]Actually, Nikolai said "That's one snout you have!"]]
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** ''Predators'' -- Nikolai: (Spits on mask) [[BilingualBonus (In Russian)]] [[PhraseCatcher You're one ugly motherfucker!]][[note]]Actually, Nikolai said "That's one snout you have!"]]have!"[[/note]]

* VillainBasedFranchise: Though the Predators do have a personal code of honor, that code is more a combination of hunting practicalities (don't kill pregnant females lest there be no prey left to hunt) and bragging rights, and so they are truly the villains of the piece. The plot of the series boils down to "Predator comes to a technologically inferior society of sapient beings to kill them for bragging rights". Furthermore, the ExpandedUniverse suggests that Predators actually ''breed'' Franchise/{{Alien}}s on purpose, and have ''deliberately'' scattered them across the galaxy (though they at least have the decency to usually kill them off before they spread out of control). They didn't create the xenomorphs, but use them in the same manner human hunters use wild boar.
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* VillainBasedFranchise: Though the Predators do have a personal code of honor, that code is more a combination of hunting practicalities (don't kill pregnant females lest there be no prey left to hunt) and bragging rights, and so they are truly the villains of the piece. The plot of the series boils down to "Predator comes to a technologically inferior society of sapient beings to kill them for bragging rights". Furthermore, the ExpandedUniverse suggests that Predators actually ''breed'' Franchise/{{Alien}}s on purpose, and have ''deliberately'' scattered them across the galaxy (though they at least have the decency to usually kill them off before they spread out of control). They didn't create the xenomorphs, Xenomorphs, but use them in the same manner human hunters use wild boar.
3rd Oct '15 9:15:41 PM PutotyraNoZarus
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** ''Predators'' -- [[BilingualBonus (In Russian)]] [[PhraseCatcher You're one ugly motherfucker!]]
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** ''Predators'' -- Nikolai: (Spits on mask) [[BilingualBonus (In Russian)]] [[PhraseCatcher You're one ugly motherfucker!]]motherfucker!]][[note]]Actually, Nikolai said "That's one snout you have!"]]
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