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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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This was NOT a BAD Movie
This was one of the most exciting movies I've seen in a long time. How anal can people get complaining about it. I never go to movies expecting to see REALITY. If I want that, I'll watch Jersey Whore.

I want to be shocked, surprised, ooohed and ahhhed. Battleship did that. Sure the acting was Academy Award Winning, but it was good enough to keep me interested, and the action was purely off the hook.

Explosions, effects... sure.. a 500 lbs alien in a suit could kill anyone with one swipe.. but this is a movie, and in the style of the old A Team show where No one ever got shot despite 100 rounds going off... its purely entertainment. The best part, using the old veterans in the movie and given them all one liners.. which in MY theater, was a riot. The entire audience was laughing.

If you want good entertainment, that doesn't necessarily MAKE SENSE, this is a great movie.
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.
Even when taken for what it is, 'Battleship' still fails miserably
'Battleship' had great potential to be good, with the involvement of Liam Neeson and being based on a fun board game. Plus the concept was really good. All of this is squandered by very poor execution.

Just for the record, this reviewer did know what to expect. Was well aware that 'Battleship' was not meant to be taken seriously, was meant to be big dumb fun and that it was going to be silly. In my opinion, the film failed at all those objectives.

It's not all bad. It is a great-looking film, it's slickly shot with good use of locations and the special effects, by far the best thing about 'Battleship' are fantastic. The sound effects are often thrilling in their authenticity too. While the acting was mostly not good at all, the best performance does come from a very enthusiastic Alexander Skarsgaard.

As for the rest of the performances, much has been said about Rhianna's performance. And it is true that she is very annoying and out of place in a role that has no real point to it. Taylor Kitsch is a rather bland and uncharismatic lead, and Brooklyn Dekker's acting skills prove to be pretty limited. Being the fine actor he is, proved in 'Schindler's List' and 'Kinsey', you'd expect Liam Neeson to be a redeeming quality, he tries his best but he is underused and rather one-dimensionally gruff.

The aliens exude no real threat or personality, also quite clumsily incorporated into the story. The music is loud, bombastic and not much else with too much of one mood and it doesn't always gel, and the film is under-directed by Peter Berg. Despite the fantastic special effects and great visuals, the set pieces and more action-oriented parts are heavy in stupidity and low in excitement and tension, pretty dull actually.

Where 'Battleship' falls down most upon are the script and story. Using every cliché and character stereotype in the book, the dialogue is often cringe-worthy with lazy and overlong exposition and very clumsy and forced jokes. While this reviewer really tried to not take 'Battleship' seriously and take it for what it was, it was hard not to when the film took intelligence-insulting stupidity to extremes, underdeveloped so much of the drama, didn't try to make sense and in some places even took itself too seriously. The story just doesn't engage, and while it is not always fair to criticise a film for being predictable everything was just too obvious and derivative where you constantly knew what was going to happen next.

Overall, despite great visuals 'Battleship' fails miserably even when taking it for what it is. 3/10 Bethany Cox
waste of time and money
Well..If you have not watched it, save the money. This is my only recommendation after wasting 2 hours and $130 in the Cinema with family

If you have seen the trailers that's all the action you will see in this poorly written and directed movie..

Seems like 90% of the money has been spent on making the trailers and marketing to dupe in the audience.

The movies drags on and on without clear story line or direction

get ready to loose interest in first 15 minutes of the movie and don't expect the movie to pick up the pace. It does not get better until you walk out of the cinema scratching your head and scream at someone

Don't expect any more action other than what's in the trailers -that's about 30 minutes in this two hour drag

you can sleep through the whole movie and won't miss a thing
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!
This movie isn't what it pretends to be! See beneath the Macho clichés and you will find an awesome movie.
I saw the trailers for the movie and expected another Transformers, SFX for all your money. When I started watching the movie though I noticed something wasn't just right. Why don't the aliens to more Bad things? We are supposed to hate them, they are here to take over our world, Right?

Nope. And this is where this movie actually Shines, and the reason it gets so many bad reviews is that people miss out on 2 very important facts.

Aliens are the Good Guys

Humans are the Bad Guys.

The movie just makes quite a good job with camouflaging this in regular Blockbuster Cheesiness. The movie is a direct documentation about how hellish and pointless war is.

1.Humans in the movie are very aggressive and dumb. Our Main hero is a guy who should never have been put in command of anything! And here he gets to greet our first ever contact with aliens, using Guns, Cruise Missiles and Torpedoes!

2. Aliens never want to hurt anyone. The Aliens Are Passive, Never firing unless first fired upon. The point is made extra clear with the scene where a DeathBall stops in front of a child, re-planning its route in order to destroy the highway without harming the child. How Much Clearer Can It Get?

3. Aliens have no Military Grade Weapons. This is another point where people seem to watch this movie expecting the regular Blockbuster, and then hate this movie because it isn't! The Aliens didn't expect a war so they didn't Bring Weapons!

The Satchel-Bombs they fire of their ships are actually terrible as weapons, the only reason they work at all is because we humans have such slow ships. This is probably because these bombs aren't designed for any sort of ship to ship battle, but rather for clearing up debris. And what we see on a personal level is an engineering tool the aliens seems to use a lot more for setting up their generators than to actually fight with.

This is NOT your classic race of Evil Aliens equipped with Independence-Day Lasers, or Corrosive "Aliens" Blood! This is a peaceful advanced race, which came here not expecting to fight, but to talk.

Once you realize this the movie starts making sense. what our "hero" does is in fact to constantly seek out conflict. Doing everything he can in order to destroy these Aliens, all because of some miscommunication and stupid decisions.

If this movie teaches anything, It would definitely be that when the time comes for humans to face another, alien race. Make sure the ones we send to greet them aren't Military.

So Basically what the movie is Really about is about a peaceful race of aliens who receive a message from an apparently peaceful race. We then greet them by firing upon them, trying to kill them even if they aren't even firing at us. So when they realize their mistakes we do our best trying to prevent them from sending a "Its a trap, humans are evil" message.

Regular blockbuster movies often manage to build up a mountain of evil actions on the aliens account, making the "Heroes" fight justified and true.

Battleship doesn't do that, It puts the regular Blockbuster Patriotism into a setting where it becomes totally destructive, not only preventing the Aliens and Humans to communicate, but also started a war that have already seen thousands of casualties, and may see millions more before its over.

I rate the movie 7 out of 10. Its a really fresh take on the whole Evil Alien Invasion theme.
The Not So Good, the Really Bad and the Shockingly Ugly Or ...
How much cheese do what on your corn? Let me start with the one moderately positive thing I'll say about this film; if flashy CGI, big fiery explosions and action for the sake of said is all you need to make a movie, there's about and hour and 20 minutes of it here... and absolutely nothing else.

From the outset it's awful. The first 30 minutes of the film is character "development" that is so thin and poor that it actually becomes offensive to members of the United States Navy. *knock* *knock* Hollywood it's 2012, not height of war 1942, the US military does not accept unemployed, alcoholic losers facing felony charges let alone fast track them into line officer positions. If you have the constitution to make it beyond the first half hour of this disaster then you no doubt have what it takes to become a wise cracking naval officer and sociopath who can single handedly defeat aliens invasions as well. Which leads us to ...

Taylor Kitsch/Lieutenant Alex Hopper. On any list of pretty boys with little or no talent who still manage to land roles Taylor Kitsch is a contender to the top spot. Granted the dialog he's working with is truly atrocious to begin with and it's unlikely anyone could have made it work, but the combination of it and his lack of talent result in what starts out as a train-wreck the moment he opens his mouth that morphs into a 28 vehicle pile up with multiple fatalities on a fog blanketed road by the time he shuts up. If any member of the US military were ever to conduct themselves in the manner LT Alex Hooper is portrayed and presented he would face charges before making it out of basic training. Awful, truly, horrifically, unbelievably awful from start to finish. I feel at this moment like I wish to keep typing to try and convey just how bad he is but I know there simply aren't enough of the right kinds of words in the English language that would allow me to, so let's just move on to the next disaster.

Rihanna/Petty Officer Cora Raikes. Wow! Whoever is responsible for this casting decision should immediately be fired and never again be allowed to work in any facet of the entertainment industry again. Not only is she lacking in acting ability nearly to the degree of Kitsch, but the this fat-bottomed hip-hop skank with a history being abused by her boyfriends makes her so utterly inappropriate for this role that it should have brought every member of NOW out picketing the studio the moment she was announced. Strong female characters being portrayed by weak, profane punching bags... sad to say the least. Whether trying to convince the viewer that she's a tough enough to play soccer with and against men in an international tournament or incoherently blabbering technoishly terminology in the operation center of a naval ship or going toe to toe with an alien warrior that just knocked down a steel bulkhead, she is so utterly unbelievable doing any of it that it runs from painful to nauseating to watch.

Which leads us to the first completely nonsensical aspect of the script. Apparently the defense budget of the US Navy is in worse shape than any of us has been led to believe. Not only "destroyers" have been brought back into service and are manned with five person crews who do everything from command and control duties in the operations center, to reconnoitering potential threats in assault craft to carrying out search and destroy missions as part of a TAC team and last but not least flawless fire control operations with weapon systems that haven't been in use since before any of the characters were presumably born...

... and then to the next bit of foolishness that is the foundation of this story. Is it even conceivable to anyone that a ship that has been decommissioned and turned into a floating museum has a compliment of functioning weapons, ammo and fuel and can be put into service by the same five crew members and half a dozen senior citizens in just minutes. That the writers, producers and director actually thought that this could be sold as a valid premise just cuts to the heart of how stupid they think the average movie goer is. Patently absurd is the only way to describe it and unfortunately it not the only thing that's absurd and maybe not even the most absurd premise of this film.

I love good science fiction and action films and I get the need to suspend disbelief in order to make certain types of films, really I do. Fantasy technologies, bending of the laws of physics, impossible time lines etc when used properly can make a movie. There is however, or at least should be a limit, but not here. This movies doesn't merely bend the laws of physics and strain believability it shatters them then sweeps the shards up off the floor runs them through an industrial shredder collects the by product melts it down cast them again and then smashes the result with a sledge hammer.

Not a single solitary aspect of the sciencey part of science fiction is even remotely possible or plausible. The action scenes from first to last are so far beyond the limits of believable it almost unfathomable.

This film is so bad on so many levels that if I see the names Peter Berg, Taylor Kitsch or Rhianna associated with any future projects I will do my utmost to avoid it.
Fun Movie
While I will agree it was not a dramatic masterpiece, it was a very fun movie to go see. This was made to be an alien attack action movie...and it was exactly that. It had all the effects, explosions and actions expected from it and I came away knowing that I had fun seeing it. Unlike others I didn't see the effects as a transformers copy, there were some similarities, but nothing beyond the fact that certain shapes are going to be that shape no matter how you do it. I thought the aliens were done well and the battle scenes supported the story being told. If I have any issue it is that there were a few unrealistic uses of mothballed military equipment that would not be possible, but I can suspend reality on occasion for good action.
Surprisingly Good, Really Good!
when I heard they were making a battleship movie.. I just had to see it.I admit, the beginning was cheesy but when it got to the beginning-middle, it got intense. Its got a Good Story Plan, Great Animations, Good Acting.I would recommend this movie to someone who likes Battleship, Naval Warfare and Sci-Fi Fiction! It's full of humour, drama and cheer-on scenes. I also see how brave and smart our men can be in the Navy and how they achieve the greatest award ever: Respect. Also, I like how they slightly recreate a WWII battle with the Americans and the Japanese but really, the American Navy and the Japanese Navy team up to stop the Aliens. Great Movie!
Worst movie I have seen this year
I vote this one and only because there is no zero. This is by far, the worst movie I have seen this year, and I watch a lot of movies.

Poor acting, poor story line, unbelievable all the way. Yes, it is a sci-fi movie but it lacks anything we have come to expect in sci-fi.

1. An alien race that can travel light years to invade us comes with only five ships, one of which crashes into a satellite. One would think that if they have a ship of that caliber it would be like a cruise ship hitting a dinghy. But instead, it is totally destroyed and crashes on earth.

2. One would think that the aliens who can travel light years would have shields for their ships and ray weapons. Nope, instead, they have weapons that fire line-of-site and and only fire explosive containers, which, by the way easily penetrate 12 inches of armor on the ships.

3. One would think that the alien ship bridge would not be protected by glass that is easily penetrated by a sniper rifle, which, by the way, after penetration kills the alien commander.

4. Alien ships that hop across the water? They flew from another planet but now have to hop.

5. Oh yes, and they arrive here with no communications and have to use ours.

6. The attack on earth made no sense. Why take out a baseball field and concrete highway supports?

I could go on and on and put many other things. Without a doubt, this is the worst excuse for a movie. I have wasted money on the DVD rental for sure. I would expect the well-known actors to be in higher quality films.

Save your money for something better; this one for sure is not worth it.
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