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Casualties of 'Battlefield' include plot, credibility - 2000-05-12

F6.png Casualties of 'Battlefield' include plot, credibility May 12, 2000, Keith Simanton, Seattle Times

It has not been left unnoticed, by anyone, that Travolta is a Scientologist and that Scientology's founder, L. Ron Hubbard, wrote the novel upon which this film was based.

There's even been concern that the movie would be some sort of recruitment film for the belief, as if every 24th frame might blink "Buy Dianetics." Hardly. The only people this film could recruit are members of the rock band Kiss, who, with their high-heeled boots and face paint, might figure they've got a spot if this alien thing ever really came down.

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{{cite news | first = Keith | last = Simanton | title = Casualties of 'Battlefield' include plot, credibility | url = http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=20000512&slug=4020580 | work = Seattle Times | date = May 12, 2000 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}