War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds
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I've always loved this film and watch it every ten years or so just to marvel at all the Oscar-Winning special effects / miniature photography and matte effects that were brilliantly used in this film. Especially memorable is the scene where the Martians destroy LA City Hall. For someone who ...Read more

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