Independence Day

Independence Day

Director: Roland Emmerich Cast: Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum
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Independence Day 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this Blu-Ray disc the other day, brought it home, threw it in the ol' BD player, and was quickly disappointed. Why would 20th Century Fox go to the trouble of putting this movie on Blu-Ray and only include the theatrical version? My standard-definition disc set includes the theatrical version PLUS the special edition with the deleted scenes left in. I am accustomed to seeing the movie with those scenes included, so when I watched my Blu-Ray version for the first time, it felt like I was watching an "edited for television" version. I want my money back for this Blu-Ray disc, and 20th Century Fox should re-issue with both versions on the disc. After all, there's PLENTY of room on a Blu-Ray for multiple versions!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
what a good movie I enjoying it
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to agree with the other reviews the special effects were awesome, but the storyline could have been enhanced. There was not enough focus on the aliens as what planet they were from and why they hated our planet.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I agree with those who gave it a more realistic review. The story takes a back seat to the visuals. It is impressive to watch the alien ships blow up the White House and it is very realistic. Seeing the massive ships come out of the clouds is downright freaky so I admit that the effects are worth the experience itself. Having said that, they had almost no interaction with the creatures and we are to just go on the idea that they must be evil and we need to destroy them. Needed more.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie starts out with a beuatful summer day! Everything is well. But all of a sudden, Giant city sized space ships cover all the major cities of the world! The president dosen't know what to do? All evewryone can hope is that the aliens aren't hostile!!!!!!
GrouchoMarxist More than 1 year ago
Whether it's Judd Hirsch's unfunny roll as a Jewish stereotype or the nonsensical plot, this movie is the epitome of a classic Hollywood blockbuster; all brawn and no brains. How can Jeff Goldblum program a computer virus on his Apple Powerbook to infect a species with technology and software completely unknown to humanity? The visuals are mildly entertaining, but like so many modern movies, this one uses special effects as a crutch rather than an aid. On the bright side, this movie never spawned a sequel, so at least there's that.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie was thought provoking to those in this world who remain narrow minded. It was a great movie that erased the stereotype that a sci-fi must be wierd and twisted. The movie displayed a great combination of action, adventure, and also provided enough storyline backbone to support it. The characters were likable except for David's boss. The movie was believable. One of the best movies of all time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it was cool i liked it and very good graphic
Guest More than 1 year ago
The special effects are groundbreaking for the time the movie was made. The aliens are scary and believeable. The really spectacular part of the movie was Vivica Fox. She is magnificent. Her hind quarters were in full view, splendid junk in the trunk. Will smith is as always terrible, still re-hashing his Fresh prince garbage, still making the same jokes and inane faces from that TV show. He needs to totally deconstruct himself and rid his psyche of all that has come before. It is very lame to keep recycling the fresh prince in every movie he makes. All I need to do is delve back down into the great ending one more time and I am spent. Thanks Vivica.
Jay_Godzilla_fan More than 1 year ago
cool movie at the time. still good for now too.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you consider how much money was spent on this movie, it has to be regarded as just about the worst ever. Just like in most, if not all of Roland Emmerich's movies, too much money was spent on special effects and not enough money was spent on hiring a writer that can deliever a decent, believable, non-cliche-ridden script. I would have been happy with less impressive special effects if there wasn't a script with plot holes so big you could pilot a fifteen-mile wide spacecraft through them. The acting and overall plot were decent, but the characters and the dialogue was downright laughable.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great movie! I own it in both VHS and DVD format because I love to watch it over and over. Only one problem... Reading the B&N Review they refer to Will Smith's Character as an Army Pilot. He was not. He was a United States Marine Corps Jet Pilot stationed at El Toro Air Station (now retired and being made into a shopping mall) Sorry guys... Get your facts right, it matters because the Army DOESN'T have fighter jet pilots like that. Their jets are TOTALLY different
Guest More than 1 year ago
Special effects. Those two words alone were enough to attract the crowds to this very movie, full of high-powered action and thirlling suspense. This move alone made over $300 million in the box office, which puts it up there with some of the very best movies, and it won an Oscar to boot. Whether or not the acting and script was questionable is certainly debatable, considering I do agree the script could have used some work in all but one part (the speech President Whitmore gives before the climactic final stanza is the most perfect piece of dialogue I've ever heard in a movie, and I've heard George C. Scott's speech in "Patton.") Whether or not this movie tickled your fancy, you must give this movie its due. It is still one of the greatest movies in the past twenty years, and will always be one of the very best sci-fi flicks ever to hit the silver screen. I sincerely hope all you disbelievers and nay-sayers will hopefully learn to enjoy this movie, or kindly keep their scornful opinions down to constructive criticism.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great entertainment
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was good in many ways but what kept it from being great was having Will Smith's character trying to be funny in a movie that should be serious.
DEMONTHE7TH More than 1 year ago
Oh whatever, pull your head out of your butt. This movie was a un experience. It may not have been the brightest, but atleast it was fun. That's all I ask for when I go to the movies.
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