Release Date: 28th September 2000 - Australia
BATTLEFIELD EARTH is nothing, but a horrible and silly mess of a science-fiction film that is even worse than I expected. I criticise most of the things in the movie such as of course those corny lines like "Rat-brain" and "While you are still learning how to spell your name, I was being trained to conquer galaxies!" and even the terrible overacting of John Travolta. It has cool Dutch-camera angles which is when the director tilts the camera about 20 degrees either to the left or right which gives a real innovative bizarre but interesting look which I feel is ideal for a sci-fi movie such as this one. Only not too much which gives viewers a slight of some dizziness and headaches.
To me and the other critics, BATTLEFIELD EARTH is the most dumbest and my least favourite sci-fi film I ever reviewed. It could have been improved as an ordinary film in the genre instead being an unsuccessful sci-fi/comedy which to me failed to bring humour to the screen or in any way entertain viewers with hardcore action like the STAR WARS series or THE MATRIX (click here). Definitely not the best work from Johnny T.
Star rating: (1/5) Not Worth Watching