When Air Force One goes down over the Bermuda Triangle, the Navy sends its best rescue team. But in saving the president, the team awakens a monster which threatens America's entire Eastern Seaboard and, ultimately, the world.
A scientist, races against a deadline to place a shield between the Earth and the oncoming blast-wave from a Supernova. As well as the efforts of doom cult to sabotage the project believing it to be God's Will Course" and allow the population of the Earth to be consumed by the intense radiation in the wave.
When a US plane is taken down over seas by an unknown assailant, the army is sure it was North Korea and a new war is about to break out. Even worse, the true attacker is an alien armed force and only one old battleship can stop them.
Mario Van Peebles,
A giant beanstalk brings Jack to a land in the clouds filled with snarling, evil beasts. When the creatures make their way to the ground, Jack must figure out how to get back down before they destroy earth and everyone in it.
Take Independence Day and E.T, put then into a blender with two week old garbage and you get the SyFy production Battle of Los Angeles. The acting is over the top with the base commander character as a 1030's mafia thug as some of the worse character acting I've seen in years.
The special effects are marginal at best. The title of the movie and release is certainly to attract a viewer audience that might mistake this for the Battle:Los Angeles film release to theaters on 3/11/2011.
This movie ranks as a new low for the SyFy channel even considering some of the awful movies released bu SyFy the past six months. I recommend it for film students who want to see how not to make a movie. For anyone else give it wide berth or watch it with an air freshener.
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