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Military Experts Weigh On 'Battle: Los Angeles'

From: Terry W. Colvin <fortean1.nul>
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2011 14:10:30 +0700 (GMT+07:00)
Archived: Sun, 13 Mar 2011 08:24:11 -0500
Subject: Military Experts Weigh On 'Battle: Los Angeles'

Source: MovieFone.Com


Date: Mar 13, 2011

Military Experts Weigh In On 'Battle: Los Angeles'

Over the past 100-plus years of Hollywood moviemaking, audiences
have seen countless depictions of what humankind might do in
response to an extraterrestrial encounter - greet visitors with
gunfire, give them Reese's Pieces, upload a virus into their
Mac-compatible mainframe, sneeze on them, etc. The industry's
latest alien invasion movie, 'Battle: Los Angeles,' arrives in
theaters this week, and director Jonathan Liebesman took the
unusual approach of trying to show how civilians and military
personnel might actually respond in the event of an attack.

At the Los Angeles press day for the film, Cinematical spoke to
two military experts(?), Capt. Robert Salas, and Col. Charles
Hart(Halt), both of whom experienced actual UFO encounters, and
they offered their opinions about the film's authenticity.
Additionally, the duo revealed a few details about how the
government might respond should extraterrestrials descend upon
the planet, and interestingly, what we might be able to learn
from even fictional films about aliens should we encounter a
real one in the future.


Terry W. Colvin
Ladphrao (Bangkok), Thailand
Pran Buri (Hua Hin), Thailand
[Terry's Fortean & "Work" itty-bitty site]

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