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Battle Earth (2012)

The Medic (original title)
| Action, Sci-Fi, War
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A squad of Canadian soldiers survive a helicopter crash deep behind enemy lines during an alien invasion of Earth, now they have to survive the night.

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Sarah Christensen ...
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Gin Fedotov ...
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A squad of Canadian soldiers survive a helicopter crash deep behind enemy lines during an alien invasion of Earth, now they have to survive the night.

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Why make a film like this?
3 May 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Basic premise: Aliens invade Earth and your people on the street are roped in to fight them.

Bottom line: A bunch of actors running about the wilderness shouting at each other and being fired on by actors wearing dodgy squid masks.

Enjoyment: Very little. It really is just a bunch of guys in someone's back garden. Even the muzzle flashes are poor, poor, CGI.

The Bad: When your film is low budget, at least try and inject some sort of content that'll make the viewer remember the film ten minutes after they've watched it. Like gore. Or a story. Or an ending that isn't crap.

This is a very poor excuse for a film, even for a low budget film. I had a camcorder once and about ten pounds and still made something better than this. What were they thinking? How could the filmmakers have thought anyone could get any enjoyment out of this? That's two crap films in a row I've watched that were made recently - I'm going back to the eighties for my next film (after I'm finished watched Carnival of Fear (also crap)).


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