Movies: ‘Alien: Covenant,’ with more face-sucking beasties, doesn’t reinvent the squeal

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‘Alien: Covenant,’ with more face-sucking beasties, doesn’t reinvent the squeal
Familiar set pieces are here, but this entry lacks the momentum and visual pow of 1979’s game-changer.
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