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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 221258926
UPC: 043396376885
UPC 14: 00043396376885
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It's Not War. It's Survival
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"...a consistent depiction of military performance, duty and sacrifice that is so unexpected that the film's genre transforms from fantasy to war movie.  Armond White, New York Press
"This is what a grunt?s-eye-view of alien invasion looks like.  Ty Burr, Boston Globe

Editor's Note
A Marine platoon fights to prevent the city of Los Angeles from being overtaken by a race of highly advanced alien invaders in this epic sci-fi action thriller from director Jonathan Liebesman (THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING) and producer Neal H. Moritz (I AM LEGEND, FAST & FURIOUS). After decades of speculation about life on other planets, the people of Earth discover that extraterrestrials really do exist when destruction rains down from the stars on cities all across the globe. When the alien warships descend upon Los Angeles, however, the ferocious invaders discover that humankind won't go down without a fight as a gruff Marine staff sergeant (Aaron Eckhart) and his fearless troop of jarheads point their weapons skyward and make one last stand for the entire human race.


Video Features Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Surround Sound, Aspect Ratio 2.40:1, Widescreen, English, French

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 1/3/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 116 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2011
Video UPC UPC: 00043396376885
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: (unknown/unconverted)

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.40:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Will Rothaar
Video Cast Info Cory Hardrict
Video Cast Info Ramon Rodriguez
Video Cast Info Aaron Eckhart
Video Cast Info E. Roger Mitchell - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Michael Pena - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Rus Blackwell - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Bridget Moynahan - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Michelle Rodriguez - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Noel Fisher - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ne-Yo - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jim Parrack - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Bryce Cass - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Brandi Coleman - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Adetokumboh M'Cormack - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Joey King - Co-Star
Video Cast Info James Liao - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Susie Abromeit - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Stacey Turner - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jadin Gould - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Joe Chrest - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Gino Anthony Pesi - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jessica Heap - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Kenneth Brown Jr. - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Chris Lena Clark - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jamie Norwood - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Todd Cochran - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Nzinga Blake - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Taryn Southern - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Elizabeth Keener - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Taylor Handley - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Tom Hillmann - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Neil Brown Jr. - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Lucas Till - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jim Dever - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Robert Kensinger - Set Decorator
Video Cast Info Stan Parks - Special Effects Supervisor
Video Cast Info J. Michael Haynie - Assistant Director
Video Cast Info Scott Thaler - Assistant Director
Video Cast Info Cinesite - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Paul Massey - Sound Re-Recording
Video Cast Info David Giammarco - Sound Re-Recording
Video Cast Info Brian Tyler - Composer
Video Cast Info Joey Box - Stunt Coordinator
Video Cast Info Terry P. Chapman - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Albert Delgado - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Dale Ettema - Special Effects
Video Cast Info David Poole - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Intelligent Creatures - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Don Myers - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Modern Videofilm Incorporated - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Joel Sevilla - Animation Supervisor
Video Cast Info Lukas Ettlin - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Spin - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Jeremy Butler - Animation Supervisor
Video Cast Info Chris Bertolini - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info The Embassy Visual Effects - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Hy*drau"lx - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Courtney Lether - Makeup
Video Cast Info Shade VFX - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Tommy Harper - Production Manager/UPM
Video Cast Info Thomas Valentine - Supervising Art Director
Video Cast Info Donna Chance - Costumes
Video Cast Info Lorenzo Hearns Jr. - Costumes
Video Cast Info Steve Buscaino - Makeup
Video Cast Info Kim Ayers - Makeup Designer
Video Cast Info Jules Holdren - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info David Jensen - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jonathan Liebesman - Director

Professional Reviews

Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "Locked and loaded with explosions, fire-fights and close quarters combat, Jonathan Liebesman's film has a full clip of eye-singeing, ear-battering mayhem that should sate sci-fi junkies..." 06/01/2011

San Francisco Chronicle 8 of 10
"Battle: Los Angeles" takes a big "what would happen if" premise - in this case, a massive alien invasion - and then fulfills that premise by taking it seriously. Not self-seriously. The movie is lots of fun, but it stays true to the terms it establishes, telling the story through the eyes of one Marine platoon assigned to rescue civilians in Santa Monica...In this way, we see the aliens only as the guys see them - first, in just brief glimpses, then later, in intimate and grotesque detail. We get acclimated to battle. And the whole time we feel the anxiety of knowing we're only getting a piece of the story, that other battles are waging, on the East Coast, in Paris, in London, in Japan, and that victory seems almost inconceivable..."Battle: Los Angeles" is not in the big-picture, crowd-pleasing tradition of "Independence Day." Think of it as "The Hurt Locker" of alien invasion movies...Essential to the movie's success is Aaron Eckhart, who plays a Marine staff sergeant as though he were in a World War II movie: no camping it up, no comedy, no winking at the audience, no smiling. He's just a tough guy, with lots of emotional scars, who is very good at his job. Eckhart's commitment to the movie's reality, which is as fierce as the sergeant's commitment to his men, takes what otherwise might merely have been outlandish and makes it believable, and frightening...Christopher Bertolini's screenplay isn't big on witty repartee, but he takes time to introduce each character, and throughout Bertolini and director Jonathan Liebesman find ways to define every phase of the catastrophe in human terms. No shortcuts were taken in the crafting of the story...The battle in "Battle: Los Angeles" is grab-the-armrest tense until the last seconds. - Mick LaSalle

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