CAST & CREW
Based on a board game more popularly Hasbro’s classical naval combat board game. The film did not justify the expenses. Watch, Wash, Wasted!
Plot: Transmitted waves from NASA in 2006 are responded by the aliens in 2012. Absurd elements lead to the war between huge armada of unknown origins and the humanity whose only savior is the U.S Navy. A war of survival and existence! The war enfolds around the sea and with great difficulty the stars of the earth Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch), Stone Hopper ( Alexander Skarsgard), Cora Raikes (Rihanna), Sam ( Brooklyn Decker) win over the stars from above.
Director Peter Berg ( Friday Night Lights, The Kingdom, Hancock) accepted loose ends otherwise the film could be welcoming. The screenplay can easily be doubted and is full of “ifs and buts.” Noise pollution is harmful that the film commits. A weapon specialist in the film, it was a wasteful debut for Rihanna. The film is expensively made. It’s a rich film that has not delivered the quality. The final result question “why and where so much”? The order of toymaker Hasbro of a film on his popular board game was followed but not delivered like his other board game movie “Transformers.” The recipe wasn’t spicy, and thus the dish lacks taste.
Verdict: If you want to watch a film on alien invasion, definitely this is not your choice. And please answer: why are aliens never scary?
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