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Plot: 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 Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 15 May 2012
Realistic in a military sense and good enough (by mikekoffler)
Although this is not the greatest production, the military part of it was true to form. The people who rated this low were either never in the military and don't know what goes on or their imagination of what goes on at sea suffers a bit. The creatures the US Navy was fighting were as realistic as others I've seen in similar movies. The acting was very good, but not Oscar award winning.The sequence of events portrayed by the military chain of command appeared to be quite within the realm of reality given the situation presented. Orders were given and executed and a <more>
"retired" naval vessel was made to operate despite its aged condition. Sixteen inch main batteries probably should not have fired as they did after 20 years of inactivity, but then it's a movie and these things are possible.
USS North Carolina totally nails the part as USS Iowa (by guinnc)
American Warships is a thoroughly enjoyable movie from start to finish.** Disclaimer ** I saw this movie in a theater setting which is quite a different experience from watching it at home alone on Syfy. I attended the "world premiere" of the pre-lawsuit-verdict American Battleship in Wilmington, NC, where it was filmed. Despite living in Wilmington, I was not an extra in the movie nor do I know anyone who is in the movie or worked on the movie. I have, however, toured the USS North Carolina, one of the stars of the movie.** Spoiler Alert ** I unabashedly spoil the movie with this <more>
entire review.One of the things I most appreciate about American Warships is how the director and most of the actors play the movie completely straight even though it is clearly a parody of blockbusters like, hmm, Battleship? . Mario Van Peebles is an absolute gas as the captain of "The Big Stick" and he unflinchingly delivers some hilarious lines like the Milton Bradley-esque "They are NOT going to sink my battleship!" .On a more serious note, I also appreciated that his relationship with Johanna Watts never emphasized its biracial aspect. They are just two foxy people who have the hots for each other although the writers and actors do whimsically play on the whole commander/subordinate/master/slave kinky sex angle. Actually, I'm exaggerating a bit there, but I have your attention now .What can I say about the special effects? Um, they don't obscure the storyline? Despite seeing it on the big screen, I could never see the wires. Of course, the whole damn point of the story is that low-tech can sometimes beat high-tech -- so there! The writers do have a bit of fun with the low tech/high tech contrasts with some utterly ridiculous plot lines – including rigging up a VHS or was it Beta? camcorder because the newer electronic components are destroyed by the aliens' EMP weapon.For the most part the actors play their roles earnestly with very few sitcom "laugh lines". The only notable exception is April Wilson's quippy ship doctor whose brusque dismissal of a too-far-gone wounded sailor had the audience howling. Also, watch for Mandela Van Peebles, who is given one thing to do in the movie, which he repeats several times. In fact, they may have only filmed him in one scene and simply replayed it three or four times.In order for this movie to work as a parody, it has to hit every cliché in the alien-invasion-military-action movie genre. American Warships delivers. Last command for the captain before retirement? Check. Aging vessel no longer fit for duty? Check. If the captain can't defeat the aliens, nuclear war will begin _in minutes_? Check. No one believes the attacks are caused by aliens? Check. This movie could easily spawn a drinking game where each introduction of an action movie cliché requires taking a drink – but for this movie, you are advised just to take a sip only. Otherwise, you'll never make it to the second half of the movie.No review of this movie is complete without mentioning Carl Weathers' massive calves. In one of the opening scenes, we see Carl Weathers, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, jogging back to his presumably suburban Washington, DC home, but you simply can't take your eyes off his colossal calves. While Carl Weathers' face has aged considerably since his Apollo Creed beat Rocky Balboa to a bloody pulp twice! , he is still an intimidating figure which makes some of his later scenes with the less-than-intimidating Elijah Chester as the Secretary of State all the more funny .All in all, if you can only see one movie this summer that features a battleship fighting off an alien invasion, make it American Warships.
The Asylum's 'American Warships' sails the sea of cheese (by ersinkdotcom)
Piggybacking off the domestic box office disaster "Battleship" as much as they can, The Asylum released their low-budget knock-off entitled "American Warships." Leave it to these mockbuster makers to swoop in on the dead carcass and pick off all the flesh left on the bone after the brutal slaying it suffered. The original title of the film was "American Battleship" until Universal Pictures intervened demanding a name-change among other things. The Asylum did what they had to do to get the finished product released and told the studio they "appreciate the <more>
publicity.""American Warships" begins when a mysterious attack is launched by undetectable ships off the coast of civilization. The U.S.S. Ohio and its crew are brought out of retirement to find out who's responsible for the attacks before the different countries of the world begin World War III. They soon discover that the unknown force is alien. The officers and crew of the ship must find a way to stop them before they can call in intergalactic reinforcements to complete their mission to take over the Earth.This movie once again takes a rather serious direction and doesn't come off as too campy. It took a while to get going, with most of the action in the first 45 minutes or so depending on ships shooting at each other. Things really get interesting when the Navy SEALS board one of the alien ships to see what they're up against. We finally get some of the typical action regular viewers of Asylum movies are used to. The good guys chase the bad guys through some sort of tunnels or hallways while shooting lasers and rifles at each other.The visual effects and CGI are par for the course based on the last few Asylum films. They're just above adequate but light-years ahead of where they used to be. The aliens still suffer a bit visually from blue-screen pasting and CG work, but they look unique. These aliens aren't the garden variety "War of the Worlds" or "Alien" looking ones we get so many times in these types of low-budget films.One thing that really helps the film is it was shot on an actual Navy battleship. Filmmakers used the decommissioned U.S.S. North Carolina as a stand-in for the Ohio. However, the room supposedly in the Pentagon looked like it was shot in a small rented out hotel conference room with sheets put over the entrances. That kept you grounded in the world of the Asylum enough to where you didn't forget what you were watching.Just like every great Asylum film, we were treated to appearances by actors who have been off the Hollywood radar for a while. Mario Van Peebles stars as Captain James Winston and Carl Weathers stars as General Hugh McKraken. They put their all into the roles they were given and act circles around most of the other cast members in the movie."American Warships" isn't the best Asylum film ever put out. It'll still give fans of these types of movies something to laugh at on a boring Saturday night. I hoped for a bit more cheese, which strangely enough people usually don't want when they watch a movie. However, an Asylum film without the cheese is like a cheeseburger without the cheese. Did I use the word cheese enough in this paragraph?