You know, a sequel crossed my mind as well, but then I decided maybe it is better off left alone. It's cool in concept, but I could see H'wood somehow screwing it up, and then diminishing the original. Anything moving forward would need to be relative to the new world developed in the movie. Thereby, it would be created by the writers/director - always a tricky thing if not handled perfectly well. They would need significant military advice, but also strong representation by futurists on how the military/country would develop weapons going forward. I'd have to think, with the losses from B:LA, there'd also be a less trained/equipped (drafted) militia that would have to close the gap. That could be interesting, but only if done well. Combining in new/captured technology would also have to be handled properly. That's a lot of balls in the air.Yeah, Battle LA is/was awesome. So much just badass. A few little dumb things here and there (the we support the troops in the shops in supposed LA is laughable). Really noticed how not LA it was this time as someone who grew up/lives here. Otherwise it was all very solid. Wish it did better so we'd get a sequel. They should have let off the shakeycam a bit.. I get they wanted the Fallujah look but it's annoying for the first 30 mins.
Yes, yes it was... I did a review on it somewhere back there.Shape of Water. Um, weird.