Chances are by now you've seen the two Battleship trailers along with the Super Bowl ad spots. If not, you can catch them here. You've also probably already made up your mind as to whether or not you're going to watch this $200 million board game turned feature film adaptation being led by Taylor Kitsch (yes, the guy from John Carter and the Friday Night Lights TV series).
Yes I am definetly going to be seeing it I was there in Pearl Harbor while the filiming was going on, I was an extra in some scenes lets see if they made it too the film. I was the real navy with unreal navy people like Rihhana who couldn't act if her life depended on it, trust me. I am not expecting much if anything I think its a waste of the now reported $250 million plus that was spent on it, I can recommend a lot better ways to spend $250 million dollars. On a movie based on a board game! come on give me a break, at least twilight did not cost a quater this much and look at the money the books and the movies have made. I do not see the studio recouping all the big bucks put into this at all.
Can't believe they made a board game into a movie but at least it does look interesting.
Okay so the movie looks interesting, but I automatically hate it cause it's called battleship yet has absolutely nothing to do with the board game. SO WHY! Hell I haven't even heard Liam Neeson say "they just sunk our battleship" wtf is the correlation between the game?
am i crazy or did i just see a ship named the john paul jones?
That is what it said!
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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