Battle: Los Angeles

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By on March 15, 2011

Category: Action
All Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release Year: 2011
Country: USA
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Sound: Dolby Digital

  • Innocence isn't lost. It's taken.

  • Writing by: Christopher Bertolini – (written by) (as Chris Bertolini)

    Produced by: Jeffrey Chernov – producer
    Samuel Dickerman – production executive
    David Greenblatt – executive producer
    Ori Marmur – producer
    Neal H. Moritz – producer
    Lisa Rodgers – associate producer

    Cast: Aaron Eckhart – SSgt. Michael Nantz
    Ramon Rodriguez – 2nd Lt. William Martinez
    Cory Hardrict – Cpl. Jason Lockett
    Gino Anthony Pesi – Cpl. Nick Stavrou
    Ne-Yo – Cpl. Kevin Harris
    James Hiroyuki Liao – LCpl. Steven Mottola
    Bridget Moynahan – Michele
    Noel Fisher – Pfc. Shaun Lenihan
    Adetokumboh M'Cormack – Corpsman Jibril Adukwu
    Bryce Cass – Hector Rincon
    Michael Peña – Joe Rincon

    Music: Brian Tyler
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    Plot Outline:

    Tale of a father who struggles to bond with his estranged son Gabriel, after Gabriel suffers from a brain tumor that prevents him from forming new memories…
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    A Marine platoon faces off against an alien invasion in Los Angeles.

    Movie Quotes:

    Miss G: Girls, we are angels, eagles! To dive is to fly. Set yourself free of the shackles of conformity. Let nothing hold you back except the air itself. You are between heaven and earth. The rules no longer apply.

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Revealing mistakes: There's a lot of snow in Oorlogswinter – except on the roofs of buildings.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Shane Black did uncredited work on the final script.
    • The film is inspired by the real life incident known as the Battle of Los Angeles, during World War II. On the night of 24-25 February 1942, unidentified aircraft were allegedly spotted in the airspace above Los Angeles. Suspecting it to be the Japanese, a blackout of the city was ordered and over 1,440 rounds of anti-aircraft ammunition was fired. Upon finding no evidence of the existence of any enemy aircraft, the incident was declared to be a "false alarm". The event has since been chalked up to as being a result of "war nerves", likely triggered by a lost weather balloon and exacerbated by stray flares and shell bursts from adjoining anti-aircraft batteries.
    • Very little of the film was actually shot in Los Angeles. Tax incentives brought the production to Louisiana where sets of Los Angeles streets were constructed.

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