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No doubt there was a moment in many gamers' lives when a cut-
The design team outdid itself. The graphics seamlessly merge and interact with the
live action materials and humans. The movement of alien objects is fluent and realistic.
The camera work is great; not like every-
It is not the acting that is the problem. The actors themselves are fine. Michelle
Rodriguez shows up again, having somehow survived all the previous films she was
killed in, apparently naturally attracted to these kinds of movies like bugs to the
light. The public is also well familiar with Eckhart, who is playing the main protagonist.
The rest of the actors are mostly a semi-
Firefights are well done, yes but that is all this thing is good at. That is all it is. Logical storyline? Nope, please try later. Believable human characters? Not a chance. This realization will make you want to fast forward past the all the corny shallow failed attempts at character development to when the special effects start rolling again.
Even with all the action scenes, the movie nonetheless manages to be boring at times. There is a sense of small scale as the viewer follows a handful of marines throughout a few blocks of war torn Los Angeles, as the title of the movie suggests. After the generic story is set up, there are few culminating moments.
After watching Baltte L.A. the gamers amongst us may feel being cheated out of a
game. Watching the film, one can easily estimate and pinpoint those moments when
it feels like the cut-
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