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The Battle for Earth Begins at Sea

When mankind beams a radio signal into space, a reply comes from ‘Planet G’, in the form of several alien crafts that splash down in the waters off Hawaii. Lieutenant Alex Hopper is a weapons officer assigned to the USS John Paul Jones, part of an international naval coalition which becomes the world's last hope for survival as they engage the hostile alien force of unimaginable strength. While taking on the invaders, Hopper must also try to live up to the potential that his brother, and his fiancée's father—an Admiral—expect of him.

Release Date : 11 Apr, 2012
Duration : 2h 11m
Thriller Action Adventure Science Fiction
Vote Average : 5.787 Vote Count : 4,844 Popularity : 32.508

Top Billed Casting

  • Taylor Kitsch

    Taylor Kitsch

    Lieutenant Alex Hopper


  • Tadanobu Asano

    Tadanobu Asano

    Captain Yugi Nagata


  • Rihanna


    Petty Officer Cora 'Weps' Raikes


  • Brooklyn Decker

    Brooklyn Decker



  • Gregory D. Gadson

    Gregory D. Gadson

    Lieutenant Colonel Mick Canales


  • Hamish Linklater

    Hamish Linklater

    Cal Zapata


  • Liam Neeson

    Liam Neeson

    Admiral Shane


  • Alexander Skarsgård

    Alexander Skarsgård

    Commander Stone Hopper


  • Jerry Ferrara

    Jerry Ferrara

    Sampson JOOD Strodell


  • Jesse Plemons

    Jesse Plemons

    Boatswain Mate Seaman Jimmy "Ordy" Ord


  • John Tui

    John Tui

    Chief Petty Officer Walter "The Beast" Lynch


  • David Jensen

    David Jensen

    NASA Director


  • Peter Berg

    Peter Berg

    JPJ 2nd Gunner


  • Adam Godley

    Adam Godley

    Dr. Nogrady


  • Rico McClinton

    Rico McClinton

    Captain Browley


  • Joji Yoshida

    Joji Yoshida

    Chief Engineer Hiroki


  • Stephen Bishop

    Stephen Bishop



  • Austin Naulty

    Austin Naulty

    JPJ Fireman


  • James Rawlings

    James Rawlings

    JPJ Scat


  • Dustin J. Reno

    Dustin J. Reno

    Electronic Warfare Supervisor


  • Rick Hoffman

    Rick Hoffman

    Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff


  • Gary Grubbs

    Gary Grubbs

    Air Force Chief of Staff


  • Rami Malek

    Rami Malek

    Watch Officer


  • Peter MacNicol

    Peter MacNicol

    Secretary of Defense


  • Louis Lombardi

    Louis Lombardi



  • Jordan Kirkwood

    Jordan Kirkwood

    JPJ Sailor


  • Doug Penty

    Doug Penty

    CIC Watch Supervisor


  • Carson Aune

    Carson Aune

    CIC Gunner


  • Josh Pence

    Josh Pence

    Combat Systems Coordinator


  • Lloyd Pitts

    Lloyd Pitts

    JPJ Port Gunner


  • Michelle Arthur

    Michelle Arthur

    British Newscaster


  • Natalia Castellanos

    Natalia Castellanos

    Spanish Newscaster


  • Leni Ito

    Leni Ito

    Japanese Newscaster


  • Jackie Johnson

    Jackie Johnson

    Jackie Johnson


  • Kerry Cahill

    Kerry Cahill

    Cal's Female Colleague


  • Norman Vincent McLafferty

    Norman Vincent McLafferty

    Old Salt


  • Dante Jimenez

    Dante Jimenez

    JPJ XO Mullenaro


  • Daven Arce

    Daven Arce

    JPJ Helmsman


  • Ralph Richardson

    Ralph Richardson

    JPJ Starboard Gunner


  • Biunca Love

    Biunca Love



  • Kyle Clements

    Kyle Clements

    Regent Sea Commander


  • Yutaka Takeuchi

    Yutaka Takeuchi

    Myoko XO


  • John A Weaver

    John A Weaver

    JPJ Sailor


  • Dane Justman

    Dane Justman

    Sampson OOD


  • Drew Rausch

    Drew Rausch

    Sampson XO


  • Bill Stinchcomb

    Bill Stinchcomb

    Marine Commandant


  • John Bell

    John Bell



  • Arlene Newman

    Arlene Newman

    Naval Officer


  • George O'Hanlon Jr.

    George O'Hanlon Jr.

    Tourist Guide


  • Jay Jackson

    Jay Jackson

    American Newscaster


  • Joe Chrest

    Joe Chrest

    JPL Controller




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United States of America






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