What I mean by this is that either between its fellow Predators or even attempted human speech to a human, should we have a main Predator character have dialogue in order to flesh out the character's motives, thoughts, and ideas? For me, I can lean on the dialogue a bit more but I also have some issues.
There are moments in the series where there was vocal communication it was mostly very cut and short. The Predator has actual sentences, when Upgrade, one of the first Predators not only vocally communicate with his superiors but also has direct humans, aka the Loonies and Stargazer, that gives it a hardcore super-soldier who is following orders in hunting down its quarry, with a blood knight tendency on the side. Pretty much akin to the usual baddies in other action films like John Wick or Hobbs and Shaw.
On the other hand, it seems interesting to see more in depth of how a Predator think and feels, as they are sapient lifeforms. I always love the idea of an Elder Predator as the main character in either a Predator or AVP film, having a scene where we have deeper glimpse of Predator lore like philosophizing about why the Predators hunt to either its Young Blood students or a human who earned its respect and audience. If they have gods they worship or what it thinks of life itself after living for so long or even its outsider's opinion on human behavior/ideas? Reading the old S.D Perry novels on how they think made me love to see the thought process be brought forth into the big screen.
All I know is that having a more fleshed out lore instead of just hunting and killing would give more dimension to the alien hunters. So I ask this after looking at past examples of films, especially the most recent one, and wonder if having at least moderate dialogue would harm or increase the Predator mythos, without replacing "show but don't tell" completely (and I say this who loves "Show but don't tell"). What do you guys think?