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Paul's Film Pet Peeves: Update on Michael Bay and Roland Emmerich

A while ago, I wrote an editorial on one of my biggest film pet peeves; the continued success of “filmmakers” Michael Bay and Roland Emmerich. In that editorial, I talked about why they continue to piss me off and how appealing to the lowest common denominator might work for box office success but makes for poor filmmaking success. 838 more words



I’d missed the theatrical run of Godzilla, although I was pumped to see it, because it was (believe it not) the sophomore film by indie director Gareth Edwards. 955 more words


Review: White House Down

Probably one of blockbuster-director Roland Emmerich’s better movies over the last ten years or more, White House Down ticks all the boxes as a solid action film. 408 more words


Independence Day 2 begs the question: How will Roland Emmerich Destroy the White House?

And so it appears that the 1996 blockbuster smash Independence Day will have a sequel (or two). While Will Smith’s return remains a question, that which matters most is true: Jeff Golblum will be returning. 229 more words


Jeff Goldblum Says 'Independence Day' Is Brewing

Jeff Goldblum teased an “Independence Day” sequel in a recent interview with Time, claiming that the film is “brewing.”

Nothing is official, but Goldblum said that director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin, who made the first film, have been working on a follow-up to the 1996 box office hit and that it was closer to becoming a reality. 252 more words


Jeff Goldblum habla de secuela de 'Independence Day'

¿Te acuerdas de la película donde Will Smith nos protegía de los extraterrestres que querían dominar al mundo?

Bueno como estamos en la era de los remakes, repeticiones y secuelas tardías, se rumorea que “Independence Day” volverá a la pantalla grande con una segunda parte. 306 more words


Jeff Goldblum Talks INDEPENDENCE DAY 2

I never thought i’d say this, but are you guys ready for Independence Day 2? Yep I said it.

Original director, Roland Emmerich, and producing partner, Dean Devlin, are back, and it sounds like Jeff Goldblum will be back as the irritating environmentalist ‘David Levinson. 284 more words