Before even the movie starts in, we are made to thrust into the invasion of Earth by the Outer-Space forces. Its starts from News reports who proposes a highly disturbing insight into a shower smashing the south coast. With a battle-torn Los Angeles, at the same time as gun-fire rips through the metal which was followed fire, death and terror. Now the real movie Battle: Los Angeles has started. After that the film chucks you at once into the action, with bangs on, blast and destruction. Finally Los Angeles looks a disaster-prone sooner than you even have an option to patch up into your seat. Right from the start, the movie will hold you.
The cinematography is up to an average but the CGI is radiant. The massive meteors breaching the sound fence and booming into the sea, at the same time as helicopters and aircraft fly over-head, is all just super mind-blowing. Aaron Eckhart is a fine lead and Michelle Rodriguez plays her negative guise brilliantly. The dialogue can be look-a-like as tasteless, also at some point the camera work is a slight wobbly, but as seen from the view that it’s an action film, it’s just about good compared to its genre.
As a big-budget sci-fi action movie, this movie does not let you down. It's terrific and I am sure you will enjoy.