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Battle: Los Angeles, Movie, 2011 IMDB

Pictures provided by: badlymad, Neptune, antp

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Also known as:

  • World Invasion: Battle LA
  • World Invasion: Battle Los Angeles
  • Invasión del mundo - Batalla: Los Ángeles (Argentina)
  • Invasão do Mundo: Batalha de Los Angeles (Brazil)
  • Mission: Los Angeles (Canada)
  • Invasión a la Tierra (Spain)

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Neptune US

2010-11-17 20:49

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Neptune US

2010-11-17 20:49

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Additional captures from the HD theatrical trailer. Added some missing vehicles from the trailer, and added additional thumbnail captures to complement the existing captures made by badlymad.

antp BE

2011-07-12 18:23

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I added HD pictures from the full movie

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Some rather obvious Skype product placement (they had to add the logo, or else it was not so obvious which software they were using :D)
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Ford_Guy US

2011-07-12 18:24

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Some rather obvious United States Marine Corps advertisement as well :p :lol:
But seriously, this was a fun movie. I enjoyed it.

Neptune US

2011-07-13 05:17

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Ford_Guy, were you scared aliens would come knocking on your door? :D

Ford_Guy US

2011-07-13 05:21

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It's actually incredibly funny that you say that. I go to school and work on Lincoln Blvd. facing the beach near Santa Monica. The film takes place in Santa Monica near the beach and at one point a character in the movie states that the Air Force will bomb the beaches from Lincoln Blvd. to the coast (although those scenes were actually filmed in Louisiana if I remember correctly). So if Battle LA had really happened, the aliens would have literally been knocking on my door and I would have had no chance of survival :cry:

Neptune US

2011-07-13 05:28

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That’s neat, well sort of (not the supposed destruction of your hometown) You know what I mean. I don’t think you (or any of us) will ever have to worry about hostile aliens. At least I hope not... :D

Ford_Guy US

2011-07-13 05:37

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Ehh, I think everybody's too worried about the economy right now to be concerned about aliens :p

rtsbusman1997 US

2011-07-13 05:59

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Ford_Guy wrote It's actually incredibly funny that you say that. I go to school and work on Lincoln Blvd. facing the beach near Santa Monica. The film takes place in Santa Monica near the beach and at one point a character in the movie states that the Air Force will bomb the beaches from Lincoln Blvd. to the coast (although those scenes were actually filmed in Louisiana if I remember correctly). So if Battle LA had really happened, the aliens would have literally been knocking on my door and I would have had no chance of survival :cry:

Ouch. :/

ingo DE

2011-07-15 09:42

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Neptune wrote I don’t think you (or any of us) will ever have to worry about hostile aliens.

:think: What would be better? Aliens or rljuna2's neighbourhood? /movie_1520211-The-Walking-Dead.html :p

ingo DE

2011-07-15 09:45

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Ford_Guy wrote the aliens would have literally been knocking on my door and I would have had no chance of survival :cry:

What would the aliens think in that case? Maybe the same? :p

Neptune US

2011-07-20 04:03

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If had I had choose between an alien invasion or a zombie invasion, I’d rather have zombies. Neither one is good, but I think humans could survive zombies better than aliens.

That would be an interesting poll to start on the IMCDb forums...

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