PG-13 | | Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller
As Earth is invaded by alien tripod fighting machines, one family fights for survival.
Early in the movie when Robbie and Rachel are watching TV in Ray's house and Rachel is channel surfing, the train crash scene from the 1952 movie "The Greatest Show On Earth" is briefly seen. "The Greatest Show On Earth" was the first movie Steven ... ...
No one would have believed in the early years of the 21st century that our world was being watched by intelligences greater than our own; that as men busied themselves about their various concerns, *they* observed and studied, the way a man with a ...
When driving up to Boston in the minivan, the gear selector lever is in the park position.
There are no opening credits after the title is shown.
For the U.S. theatrical release, the Paramount logo appeared before the Dreamworks logo at the beginning of the film, and the poster credits said, "Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks Pictures present." Since the U.S. version's home video/DVD rights are owned by Dreamworks, the Dreamworks logo at the beginning of the movie appears before the Paramount logo, and the back of the box's cover art says, "Dreamworks Pictures and Paramount Pictures present." In the European version, the original order of the logos and studio names is preserved (and the DVD is released by Paramount).
$624,680 (Austria) (1 July 2005)
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