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Thriller, Action, Adventure, War, Sci-Fi
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Peter Berg
Liam Neeson as Admiral Shane
Beau Brasseaux as Navy SEAL (as Beau Brasso)
John Bell as Angus
Leni Ito as Japanese News Anchor
John Tui as Beast
Gregory D. Gadson as Lieutenant Colonel Mick Canales
Joji Yoshida as Chief Engineer Hiroki
Rihanna as Raikes
Brooklyn Decker as Samantha
Peter MacNicol as Secretary of Defense
Tadanobu Asano as Nagata
Adam Godley as Dr. Nogrady
Taylor Kitsch as Alex Hopper
Alexander Skarsgård as Stone Hopper
Jerry Ferrara as Sampson JOOD Strodell
Joshua Pence as Chief Moore
Rico McClinton as Captain Browley
Storyline: Based on the classic Hasbro naval combat game, Battleship is the story of an international fleet of ships who come across an alien armada while on Naval war games exercise. An intense battle is fought on sea, land and air. What do the aliens want?
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So Promising - So disappointing
There are 3 hugely anticipated block-busters this year and Battleship was the first one to be released. I had expectations of watching this at that cinema a few times and getting it on blue ray - this is my type of movie!; or at least that was the expectation. With such great promotional footage and Liam Neeson heading the cast, it had to be great. In reality, Neeson has almost a bit part (in fact you see most of it in the promotional adverts), clearly there to increase sales of the movie; with the bulk of the 'acting' coming from Taylor Kitsch.

A ludicrous start with Kitsch playing a 27 year loser who, on the recommendation of his brother (Alexander Scarsgard) joins the Navy, suddenly to become at Lt Cdr - The script is clearly written by someone with no military knowledge or experience and that the actions, demeanour and interaction with all that are supposed to be military personnel, is a non sense. It makes Top Gun look believable! However, it gets worse;with aliens that have made there way to earth with great looking craft,that impressively rise from the ocean (great CGG) - you see it on the commercials for the movie, the only weapon they possess are melee type Armour - pretty ridiculous

really and by this point the movie has lost any form of credibility. The outcome is obvious from the first few minutes and I certainly wouldn't go back for a repeat viewing. It's still probably worth a watch if you can't resist, but don't buy any pop corn; there's enough corn in this movie!
Better than I thought It'd be
I quite enjoyed this movie. There was little that has not been done before, but it was done well.

It was frequently exciting, had clever battle scenes, very funny at times, and no plot holes that I could think of. And they creatively integrated the board game into the plot unexpectedly.

I also liked how patriotic it was, and accurate as to the little details of the Navy. And did not include the standard sleaziness of most movies. Rihanna's character was very good, too!

Don't listen to critics, they make you dislike the movies you see, and miss good movies like this.

Enjoy this movie.
Plastic board game gone boom... with the addition of a few aliens.
As soon as the trailers for this film were released it wasn't too long before audiences began to recollect the days of coordinates and plastic ships. Placing a white tag for a miss and a red for a direct hit on your battleship. The producers of the Transformers trilogy have rewarded board game lovers with a visually stunning version, and I doubt the toy house package never comprised of combat alien spacecrafts capable of pulling its weight on the water better than your battleships themselves? Communication and world dominance seem to be the recurring drive behind alien invasion and we rely heavily on the lethargic combatant to serve his country proud and save the world, whilst charming the ladies or attempting to impress the majority, including his dedicated brother and his girlfriend's father who ironically so happens to be chief commander of this operation. The story certainly places us in a world of sophistication and glamour. These aliens are big, bold and meaningful, but one cannot ignore the suffering it undergoes due to Hollywood's incapacity to tell a first-rate tale whilst being accompanied by the impressive images. Study the latest Transformers film (Dark of the Moon) and you'll understand this problematic concept. Liam Neeson is always convincing and it was always going to be appealing to see how pop sensation Rihanna would adapt to movie life. To her credit she performs rather emphatically considering the disappointment of most singers on the big screen.

Although the film reminds us of the basic but dazzling board game and it temptingly worth the watch, regrettably it fails to live up to the intensity of eyeing up your adversary on the other side of the board, anticipating their every move without the advancement of radar innovation and pretty faced marines.
Battleship will scar you for life.
When they said that the people who made Transformers made this movie they said a mouthful. This movie IS Transformers, in fact you could rename it to Transformers 4 and no one would notice the difference. But at the same time it's at least ten times worse than Transformers. When the first Transformers movie came out, as ridiculous as it was, it was something new and fresh and fun. But if like me you hated Transformers 2 and 3, Battleship will scar you for life. When the credits rolled and I walked out of the theater all I could think was "Why?". I should point out that if it wasn't for my friend, I would have walked out an hour after the movie started. And I would have had I known what horror awaited me. I can think of only one excuse for this movie and it's that if it's made for 5 year old kids, and here's why:

CHARACTERS: Five minutes in and you're told that the main character is in fact an idiot. The next moment he's the captain of a battleship. (Every kid's fantasy.) His entire crew is apparently no brighter than him, because they follow every idiotic order he gives. Not much to say here really, none of the characters have any depth and pretty much all of them are walking stereotype definitions. The biggest miscast in this film is, of course, Rihanna. Every time she popped up on the screen I couldn't help but think "What the f*** is this tiny girl doing on a battleship? And why is she the only female member of the crew?".

DIALOG: Calling it childish would be a compliment. I usually laugh at bad dialog, but here after a few laughs I wanted to cry. That's how bad it was.

ACTING: Average to below average - fits the movie really.

MUSIC: The soundtrack is one of the main aspects of this movie that I had a big problem with. After the battle starts the music becomes intense and it stays that way up until the very end, which is like the entire second half of the movie. I don't know about the others, but that exhausted the crap out of me. Not appreciated.

SPECIAL EFFECTS: You've seen it all in Transformers, except here they are 10 more in volume and that much more exhausting. After a few battle scenes the effects become old really fast.

PLOT: Laughable. 5 year old children or younger might like it, but not me. As open minded as I am, I have to say that never before while watching a science fiction action movie have I asked myself "What the f*** is happening?" or "How is that even possible?". Like I said the second half of the movie is non-stop action with close-ups and over the top fast motion VFX sequences.

Summary: Horrible. Do not waste your time and money on this. Don't even go see it for free. Not even if they pay you. It's not mindless fun like some say. Mindless sure, but fun... if you're a masochist then maybe. The current rating of 6.4 stars that this movie has here on IMDb is beyond me. Don't believe the good reviews, you can not check your brain at the door and enjoy it, it's impossible.
If you fail to enjoy this movie, life sucks for you
In reality a technologically advanced species would wipe us out within five minutes. Result? No movie

Therefore, this movie depends upon a sequence of improbable happenstances to allow it to progress

We have a suitably driven central character and a capable side cast who take up the spirit of the piece, which is essentially heroism in the face of extreme odds

If you cannot suspend your disbelief for the duration in order to feel the bravado humanity is genuinely capable of, you do not have the capacity in yourself

Your score for this movie directly correlates to how happy you are as a person
Better than Transformers and inspirational to boot
I expected "Battleship" to be unwatchable. Especially when padded with commercials to 3 hours by FX. But all throughout the movie, I kept thinking to myself "Why am I enjoying this so much more than any of the Transformers movies?" The answer is "In Battleship, I didn't know how they were going to get out of the next situation, and I kind of cared, and I wanted to find out." It's that simple.

Yes, the dialog is insanely clichéd and the acting is pretty wooden and there isn't much character development. But there's just enough to keep it compelling, which can't be said for anything from the unholy alliance between Michael Bay and Hasbro. And "Battleship" even has a few clever and funny one-liners amidst all the mayhem.

If it really bothers you that this movie portrays U.S. Navy (and Japanese navy!) sailors as heroes able to adapt and prevail against overwhelming odds, then there's really nothing more to be said to you - except maybe "Don't watch it on FX then, because they are actually airing commercials for the U.S. Navy during the presentation". Oh and, um, it's a science fiction movie based on a board game called "Battleship", did you expect the good guys to be from Amnesty International?

I don't really want to list any spoilers but I also don't want to be blacklisted over "Battleship" so I checked the box anyway. I'll just list a few of the funnier/stranger plot items and then we'll move on to the career-damage check.

I loved the scene where the U.S. Navy losing a pick-up soccer game to the Japanese navy was played out with all the drama of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Classic. And yeah, I know it was for the RIMPAC Cup, but still.

I hope everybody noticed that the alien projectiles are shaped similarly to the pegs in the classic game of "Battleship". Unfortunately, the aliens never learned to take turns - they fire at B4, C7 and D5 at the same time. On the other hand, it is quite noteworthy (and has been noted by others) that the aliens go to great pains to distinguish threats (conveniently highlighted red) from non-threats (conveniently highlighted green). That's also kind of their undoing - could that be the message of this movie, that it's better to shoot first and ask questions later?!? OK, I can see how that might bother some people. Then again, the aliens did shoot first unless you count Taylor Kitsch touching their spaceship as an attack... Kudos to the scriptwriters for the intricate layers of moral ambiguity!

I'm still wondering why, when all of the alien technology was directed at the military, transportation, and urban infrastructure of Hawaii, a bunch of policemen in Jeeps were so focused on getting a couple of hikers off of an isolated mountain. At least they were kind enough to abandon 1/3 of their off-road vehicles at a time when all roads to the mountain had been destroyed.

(Minor spoiler alert 1) The only thing that really disappointed me in this movie was the post-credits bonus scene. I was hoping it would be a teaser for an upcoming movie based on Gnip Gnop.

Career Damage Check:

1. Rihanna - She's still a mega-talented, mega-successful recording artist, and she's been friends with the monster and Eminem since this movie was released, so she'll be fine.

2. Liam Neeson - He spent most of the movie on the outside of an alien force dome, which shielded not only his character but also his career. And during the viewing on FX I saw a commercial for his new, Taken-like, ass-kicking movie, so he'll be fine.

3. Jesse Plemons - Although forced to team up again with his Dillon High School buddy (and box-office albatross) Taylor Kitsch, he will be remembered much more for his role as "Meth Damon" on Breaking Bad, proving that the man has talent and range. So, he'll be fine.

4. Brooklyn Decker - She's fine.

5. Taylor Kitsch - Although this dude will forever be associated with two of the biggest box-office bombs in cinema history, he's quite handsome and ripped, so I imagine he does alright with the ladies, so I'm sure he'll be fine. Besides, since I liked "Battleship" much more than I expected to, I really can't hold this one against him. And since I could never make it more than 20 minutes into "John Carter", despite multiple attempts, I'd say I wasted less time on his duds than on lots of other actors'.

6. Peter MacNicol - I don't remember the last time I saw anyone from "Ally McBeal" on my TV screen, so relatively speaking I guess he's doing better than expected.

Finally, (minor spoiler alert 2), if you did not get at least a little teary-eyed during the scene where all the old-timers stepped up to save the day, then you might be un-American. And yes, there's nothing wrong with being un-American, unless you happen to be a U.S. citizen.
Where's the love?
I don't know why this movie got such a bad wrap? I think it's actually pretty plain awesome!- and how they worked the BATTLESHIP game into the movie is pretty cool.

The man who lost his legs gets the chance to fight again & be the hero, the 90 year old retired vets get a chance to save the day, the story between the main character and his girl is actually pretty cool- and when Liam neeson says NO when he asks for permission... priceless :) No, its not gonna win an Oscar & no its now the best, but I don't think anyone is going it it looking for that. If you just want a pretty cool & kick ass movie then you wont be disappointing.
Battleship *SPOILER*
This is one of the worst movies iv'e ever seen! Yeah, i know what some of you are thinking now "Well, it can't be that bad...can it?". And to answer that question's that bad. I didn't go in with any expectations on the acting, the characters or the story all i was hoping for was a good action loaded movie with cool effects that you just could just turn of your brain to and enjoy. Well, it is cool effects and some cool action scenes but that's all. The only thing i didn't like about the CGI was that it looked to much like transformers which shouldn't be a let down since those movies have great CGI, but i didn't want it to look like another transformers movie i wanted it to have an own stile with new CGI that we haven't seen before but no it didn't. And the story was as expected very thin and very boring, but the thing that disturbed me the most was that you never got to know why the aliens attacked earth! They had a whole planet with the same conditions as earth so why would they attack us? I don't know, so my conclusion (becuse the movie is based on a board game...) is that they just went to earth to play a real match in battleship...and then we have the characters. If anyone of those people would have been in the real navy...we would all be dead by now. Everybody is either jerks or idiots or both. It felt like non of them knew what the hell they where doing on the ships. But the worst part is that in some scenes threw out the movie some of the characters seemed to have received super powers! They where climbing up on 90 degrees angles, super sight, telerportation (those old dude's most have done that when they all showed up on that battleship all of a sudden) and unbreakable legs. The only thing i liked with this movie was the look on the aliens...they actually looked like they where intelligent enough to get to earth and take over it. Conclusion, this movie is only a good time when you are drunk with your friends so you just can laugh at all the bad things that's going on in it and the fact that it cost 200 million dollars to do and it flopped.
Great movie!
I love this movie!!! I watch it at least 3 or 4 times a month, just for plain old entertainment. I don't care if its based on the Battleship game or not, I don't watch it to be critical or to look for any little thing wrong with it. I didn't get to watch it in the theater, so I bought a digital copy on itunes, then on vudu. It gives me a good feeling to watch it, even if some of the dialog is corny. I like the music, and I especially like all of the special effects! My kids warned me before I saw this movie, that it wasn't going to be any good. They haven't seen it all the way through, just bits and pieces of it when I'm watching it. For me, this movie is just plain fun and entertaining.
Transformers on water + Rihanna = Pants
Battleship is loosely based on the board game Battlships and stars Taylor Kitsch as an unlikely hero in a battle between the US Navy and alien invaders. We see Kitsch at the beginning of the film in a bar being told he has to think about his future. He is 26 and without a job, living on the sofa of his Naval Officer brother's house. He is reckless and seemingly lacks direction. Then suddenly he is a Lieutenant in the US Navy and in charge of the weapons or something on the USS John Paul Jones (which isn't named after the Led Zeppelin bassist unfortunately). While out on manoeuvres with an international fleet off the coast of Hawaii, Kitsch (and Rihanna…sigh…) are sent to investigate a crashed UFO somewhere in the Ocean. It transpires that five alien ships have been dispatched to Earth after a transmission to their home planet. After travelling though millions of miles of space, one ship inexplicably hits a satellite in Earth's orbit, while the other four plunge into the Pacific Ocean. Admiral Shane (Liam Neeson) orders a warning shot which starts a battle. A battle with ships.

I was sceptical going in about how a film could be made based on a game I used to play with my dad using two pens and a maths exercise book. For about five minutes, two thirds in, the film succeeds in making a film like the game. This sequence is also exciting and interesting. For the rest of the film, bar the odd overhead shot of ships in formation, it might as well have been any old Naval action movie.

There is so much wrong with this movie that I could go on for pages but I'll try and keep it brief. Firstly, the dialogue is atrocious. It's like it was written by a teenager who has seen two action movies. It is so cheesy that it is actually funny. Secondly, the acting is really bad. Good actors such as Neeson and Alexander Skarsgard have no more than fifteen minutes of screen time between them and instead we are left with Rihanna who mainly sits by a computer and says "Yes Sir!" I'm pleased that she didn't take the Britney Spears Crossroads route into acting but she hardly sets the world alight and her casting is an obvious attempt to draw in people who wouldn't see the movie without her in it. Brooklyn Decker spends most of the film standing on a mountain with a legless man, looking confused but pretty. This is apart from one scene in which she is somehow channels Colin McRae and becomes a rally driver. She is nothing more than eye candy here. After the critical and commercial failure of John Carter, Taylor Kitsch again fails to impress and lacks the charisma to carry the film. I personally think that Skarsgard would have been a better choice for the role. He completely outclasses Kitsch in their scenes together and has bags of charisma. The whole film is played far too straight. It is always so serious. Blockbusters used to be fun and this definitely isn't.

Much of the film is stupid and makes no sense. After an alien craft destroys a 7,000 tonne Cruiser, a mile away, it then fails to blow up a rubber dinghy carrying Kitsch and Rihanna which is ten feet from its hull. Also, after a ship has been destroyed with tremendous loss of life, someone asks Kitsch if everyone is OK to which he replies "Yes!" What he meant to say is "Well I'm fine, Rihanna's fine and the Japanese guys alright too". The entire plot is as full of holes as the destroyed Cruiser while the obvious product placement will have you stopping by Subway on your way home to pick up a Coke Zero. One thing that really annoyed me was the constant robotic/electronic noises which permeate the whole film. They are present in most sci-fi action films but just sound ridiculous. The film's ending is ridiculous too.

The next paragraph contains spoilers.

After aliens have destroyed all of the modern ships, Kitsch et al find the 70 year old museum ship the USS Missouri and along with about five shells and a crew of pensioners manage to defeat the aliens when 21st Century technology has failed! Its admirable that the film makers used real WWII Veterans but their inclusion helps to pile on the cheesiness.

Spoilers over.

On the plus side, some of the GCI is good. The design of the alien ships and particularly the aliens themselves were excellent. A lot of though had gone into what they looked like and why and they were very believable. Another aspect I liked was that the aliens are never the aggressors. This also felt realistic and believable. If we went to a new world, we wouldn't go in all guns blazing Independence Day style but would identify targets and differentiate between friend and foe. At the beginning of the film I thought that maybe this would be a rare Blockbuster in which the USA doesn't go it alone but apart from a token Japanese guy, the excellent Tadanobu Asano (Zatoichi) this turned out to be the case.

The message the film delivers is commendable but is unfortunately lost in the explosions. The film is trying to tell us that sometimes the old ways are better and that we shouldn't rely too heavily on technology but the way it tells you is ridiculous and laughable. On the whole the film is a massive disappointment. It is too long, it takes itself far too seriously, is no fun and features terrible acting and dialogue. The relationships feel false and while you'd expect a side of cheese, here it is served as the main course. If you want to watch Transformers on water then this is for you but if you want something more you need look elsewhere.
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