Before I started this review project I realized that not everything is going to be high art, nor should it be. Sometimes we go into movies to get enraptured in themes and connect to characters on deep, emotional levels. 1,009 more words
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Independence Day: Resurgence - "A failed attempt at setting up a series. Thankfully, that should mean that the original will remain disconnected from this farcical effort"
Twenty years after the alien invasion of 1996, they’re back. A returning cast in Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman and Brent Spiner (though missing Will Smith) take the lead roles again in this epic worldwide blockbuster. 597 more words
Despite what the majority of critical reviews are saying, this film is quite fun to watch. I actually enjoyed it quite a lot. Despite the fact that at times it felt as if there were too many characters and the plot seemed ridiculous, this film packs a lot of explosions and some great effects that are a joy to see play out. 375 more words
2 out of 5 stars
It is to no one’s surprise that Independence Day: Ridiculous is a piece of nonsense as loud, dumb, and overblown as its predecessor 20 years ago; only this time without Will Smith, there is unfortunately also less charisma to go round. 240 more words