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Battleship Movie Free Download Hd-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/qxlbe -----------------------------------------A fleet of ships is forced to do battle with an armada of unknown origins in order to discover and thwart their destructive goals.A naval war ship encounters an alien armada and faces the biggest threat mankind has ever faced. If they lose, the world could face a major extinction event and an alien invasion. Will humans win this alien war, what are the aliens doing here, and what do they want? Based on the Hasbro naval war game.I can't stand this film. Very loosely based off, the guessing game, Battleship from Milton Bradley. Battleship, the movie takes the concept of the game, where players smartly against each other in a classic contest that pits mind against mind, requiring logic, intuition and carefully considered strategy and turns into a dumb rip-off of a Michael Bay's explosion style film. Honestly, the movie would have work better, if the movie was just about the RIMPAC event that the writers put into the film. The Rim of the Pacific War-Exercise make sense, because it puts international ships against each other, in war games simulations. Unfortunately, director Peter Berg thinks the best way for him, to get viewers was to make it, into another generic Alien invasion movie. This isn't the way to make a movie based off a board game, at all. The alien concept has nothing to do with the source material. I really had high hopes for this film. After all, previous board games movies like 1985's Clue & 1995's Jumanji weren't so bad. Instead, the movie focus on really bad characters to carry out, this ill-advised plot. The convoluted story revolves around Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch), a reckless and irresponsible young man whose wild ways consistently disappoint his brother Stone, (Alexander Skarsgård), a respected commander in the U.S. Navy. To avoid prison, for a burrito-stealing related felony, Alex joins the Navy, in hope to turn his life around, impress a girl, Sam (Brooklyn Decker) and his superior, Admiral Shane (Liam Neeson). If this sounds, very familiar, it's basically a badly written first half- version of 2009's Star Trek, taking place on earth. I have nothing against Taylor Kitsch's acting chops, but his character is just annoying and too unlikeable. The whole burrito stealing scene is just thoughtless. I really didn't get it. Was the movie trying really hard to parody, truTV Presents: World's Dumbest Criminals!? I really doubt, that Alex would became a Lt. in the Navy in four years with a criminal record like his. Everything, that Alex was saying, was just too arrogant. Don't get me wrong, I love cocky characters, but there wasn't anything smart with his character being the hero. He's so utterly imbecilic that his character is more like an insult to all the brave Navy men out there, serving our nation. Another insulting character is Petty Officer, Cora 'Weps' Rikes played by singer, Rihanna. Don't get me wrong, Rihanna is a great singer, but I really couldn't get behind, Rihanna's film debut as a hard-as-nails weapons specialist. The reasons why is because how jarring, it was, for me to see her, portray a strong independent badass woman, when in real-life, she's not even close. Not only would she would allow men to beat her up, senseless in real life, but she end up return back to that abusive person, after this film. Rihanna's character also had some really terrible dialogue. Mahalo, motherf*** was a horrible one-liner. The way, it got censor for the PG-13 rating, makes it, even more ear-bleeding. At the same time, I'm really disappointed, by how lackluster, Liam Neeson's role in the film. He's perfect as a Navy Officer, and somebody that the Navy would be prove to have, represented them. Yet the filmmakers doesn't give his character anything badass to do in this film. He's just there to be the angry father character. His daughter, Sam played by swimsuit model, Brooklyn Decker has more to do in this movie, than him. Still, I couldn't really didn't care much of the sub-story of her and the injury Army serviceman, Lieutenant Colonel Mick Canales played by real-life Army veteran, Gregory D. Gadson, going up on the mountain to take out the alien's communication towers. I didn't find it, inspiring. I love, that the movie use real-life veterans, and active-service people as cast extras, but I just wish, they were given, better roles. Sure, the human characters are paper-thin, but I found the aliens to be the worse off. The aliens have the power to create a force-field that's two nautical miles wide and rises more than 300,000 feet in the air to encircle the Navy, but they can't protect their own ships with it against the Navy, nor could have protect their communication spaceship from a harmless satellite. Wow- these aliens are lame and not combat functionality. Not only that, but their weakness is the sunlight. Oh come on! Are they goths? They come from a planet, very similar to ours. The action is disappointing and surprisingly dull. Lots of over-used CGI effects, fake looking flare shots, and quick cuts, make this film not good. For a movie call 'Battleships', technically, there is only one Battleship, use in this film, and that's the USS Missouri. The others, were, technically, 'Destroyers'. I really didn't mind, the USS Missouri, got used, but I really doubt, it will be combat-action. It went to the bounds of unrealistic, right there. The film is such po-faced stoicism and flag-waving jingoism silly, that it impossible to emotionally connect with this film, beyond, laughing at how dumb, it is. The post-credit scene makes it, seem like a sequel will come out, but I really doubt it, due to how badly this movie, score in the box office. It did so bad that Hasbro, the toy company that fund it, nearly went out of business. Overall: the film feels half-baked and barely developed, making for a frustrating film that fails to ever fully engage, and ultimately lacks the brilliant simplicity of the game on which it was based. It's not good. Don't recommended.Hollywood has gone well past the time when literary works stood as the only source of I inspirations for films not based on screenwriters' original ideas. There have a been television shows, video games, toys, and now we've reached a point where board games have become a new sources of adaptions; though it doesn't mark the first time as we experienced a screen adaption of the game 'Clue' back in 1985. Based on the board game Battleship by Milton Bradley, this military sci-fi thriller directed by Peter Berg follows arrogant and hot-headed Lieutenant Alex Cooper (played by Taylor Kitsch), a naval officer who is assigned to the USS John Paul Jones, while his older and more responsible brother Stone (played by Alexander Skarsgard) is assigned aboard the USS Sampson. When a large army of aliens arrive overseas and launch a massive attack against the naval fleet in attempt in rob Earth of it's resources. In a devastating battle against the alien invasion, the fleet must join together with the Japanese forces to fend off against alien forces and save the future of the human race.
This movie teaches filmmaker as well as audience why adapting board games into movies is never a good idea. What is wrong with this film exactly? Well first off, the film suffers from clumsy writing and characters. The characters remain sorely underdeveloped throughout the duration of the film, nor are they comprehensible; and the awkwardly cheesy dialogue, especially from Taylor Kitsch, does nothing to help. During the first ten minutes, we are treated with the main character (Kitsch) trying to win the heart of a girl played by Brooklyn Decker, by robbing a convenience store to steal a chicken burrito for her, only to busted by the cops. Apparently, these opening minutes are supposed to funny, but only ends being rather ridiculous, especially as a chicken burrito is adopted as a running joke for the rest of the flick. Liam Neeson who plays Admiral Terrance Shane is sadly underused And serves nothing more than a fill-in character. For nearly two and a half hours, the audience is treated with tense action sequences with intense naval warfare and countless explosions that play a great homage Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor, only less exciting. These action scenes would be fun if they weren't so repetitive and predictable to the point where they get tiring. The only thing redeeming about these poorly executed action sequences is the flashy visual effects. Other than that, the action as well as the plot falls short on development and in the end, lacks substance.
Battleship is pretty disappointing movie. Not only does it suffer from a poorly written screenplay and characters, but the whole idea of the film is just badly executed. This just comes to show that board games are not good source material for film adaptions.Those looking for big, loud sci-fi action will find plenty to like here as director Peter Berg (Hancock, Friday Night Lights) pumps up the volume on clashing military hardware and flag-waving heroics.Director Peter Berg said:I spent a lot of time in the Navy thinking about who would make sense and who would bring an urban swagger to this character...put a call in, had a great couple of meetings, and she's a great girl, really hard-working, very smart, wants to be good, really strong work ethic, no attitude, no diva nonsense. She was great. There are some references in the movie that loosely connect it to the original Battleship board game. Those who are familiar with the game can pick up on them easily.
- Part of the plot involves the aliens emitting an electromagnetic pulse, which disrupts radio signals, including radar, communications, and targeting systems. The aliens themselves are unable to detect ships unless they have a direct line of sight. This means both sides are blind to each other's positions—just like the game, where the player is unaware of the enemy's position and can only fire blind.
- The alien artillery "shells" look just like the pegs used in the game to mark hits and misses. In the movie, several of the enemy "pegs" embed themselves into a ship deck or hull, and then all simultaneously explode and sink the target ship. In the board game, an enemy ship is sunk only after several pegs are used.
No, but someone does say, "They're not sinking this battleship!" It's the Naval Working Uniform (NWU). Based on the MARPAT Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform, with multiple pockets on the shirt and trousers, it uses a multicolor digital print pattern similar to those introduced by other services. However, the NWU is also made in three variants: predominantly blue (with some gray) for the majority of sailors and shipboard use; a woodland digital pattern; and a desert digital pattern for sailors serving in units requiring those types of uniforms, such as SEALs. Woodland and desert variants may be tailored differently than the blue-pattern uniform. The overall blue color reflects the Navy's heritage and connection to seaborne operations. The pixelated pattern is also used to hide wear and stains, something unavoidable with the utilities and working khakis used previously. The colors were also chosen to match the most commonly used paint colors aboard ship, extending the lifetime of the uniform on long deployments where uniforms often come into contact with freshly painted surfaces. This uniform is also worn at Naval Medical Center San Diego and other on-shore facilities. As of 2012 the NWU is authorized for wear outside of military installations. Yes. There's a short scene showing three Scottish kids finding one of the derelict pieces that splintered from the original formation at the beginning of the film. A man with a truck full of tools happens by and uses some of his implements to try to open it, failing, until a blowtorch works. They struggle and finally succeed in opening the pod, and the scene ends with them all running off scared, when an alien inside starts climbing out. "Interstate Love Song" by Stone Temple Pilots. a5c7b9f00b https://gsucoxinribapers.wixsite.com/naplethysin/blog/fight-to-live-full-movie-in-hindi-free-download http://learlialessctur.lnwshop.com/article/614/download-the-a-fivestar-showdown-full-movie-tamil-dubbed-in-torrent https://disqus.com/home/discussion/channel-blacivinroeza/born_to_be_alive_720p/ http://www.deadmeet.org/groups/the-adventures-of-brisco-county-jr-dubbed-hindi-movie-free-download-torrent/ http://tencompdoc.yolasite.com/resources/Rocambole-movie-download.pdf http://mountaintopfc.com/Fans/event/15813 http://elamenterpriseltd.com/groups/pedro-selected-videos-2011-full-movie-hd-download/ http://krugumathel.guildwork.com/forum/threads/5ba05eaa002aa82e0f4dce11-green-hd-full-movie-download http://bitbucket.org/dextmonphelan/dextmonphelan/issues/113/hindi-gta-music-to-the-madness-free http://graph.org/Gantz-O-Full-Movie-In-Hindi-Free-Download-09-18
- Due to their lack of radar, the Navy resorts to receiving signals from the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) system of buoys. The system is designed to track tsunamis (and other natural events) by detecting water displacement levels, but can detect any massive water displacement, such as those caused by the alien ships. The NOAA system is composed of a network of buoys spread across the ocean surface to form a grid, which is displayed on the Navy ship's instruments, and looks similar to the grids used by players in the game. Also (as in the game) the Naval personnel call out alien targets using a letter-number code to mark positions on the grid—and spotters on the ship call out "miss" and "hit" after each missile salvo.
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