Musings From Us Listings For Aaron Eckhart

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Battle: Los Angeles (2011)

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Its August 2011 and a group of meteors are headed toward Earth and it looks like they are going to hit all up and down the western sea board with their current trajectory. No one really thinks about it, they all look small enough to just burn up in the atmosphere or will they? Why does it seem that they are all targeted to land only in the water and not on land? Something just doesn’t look right with this cluster of rocks, or are they even rocks? It is when they look closer that the nations worlds find out that it is something even more sinister then just random rocks showing up out of nowhere. The cluster of so called meteors are in fact mechanical in nature and it doesn’t seem that there is anything that we can do about it but wait. Wait for them to get here and then wait for the end. That is how this space caused war thriller of a film starts out. It is fast paced and doesn’t really stop, not even at the end.

The Core (2003)

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The Core Poster“It’s the end of the world as we know it….” R.E.M. sang those words in the best decade for music ever, but little did they know that there would be many, many movies based on that phrase for decades to come, and this is one of them. There are many unstable biological and geological things happening, such as birds flying in suicidal patterns in England, and other parts of the world. Bizarre lightening storms that can take out ancient cities, people dropping dead in parts of metro areas for no reason, but it seems that the government thinks that Dr. Josh Keyes and his colleague, a weapons specialist we only know as Serge, has the answers. Once the D.O.D. learns that what has caused these instances is nature and not an act of war, they let the two men go, but Dr. Keyes thinks there is more to it. After doing some more research in his own lab, he learns that the Earth’s electromagnetic field is out of whack, and when people start seeing auroras as far south as Paris and Washington D.C., it is time to look further into what is going on. Guess what! The Earth’s outer core, the molten metal that keeps the planet’s electromagnetic field in check is broken.