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Independence Day


Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Mary McDonnell View All


Roland Emmerich (Director), Dean Devlin (Screenplay), Roland Emmerich (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jun. 25th, 1996
Runtime: 2 hours, 25 minutes
On July 2, a giant alien mothership enters orbit around Earth and deploys several dozen saucer-shaped 'destroyer' spacecraft that quickly lay waste to major cities around the planet. On July 3, the United States conducts a coordinated counterattack that fails. On July 4, a plan is devised to gain access to the interior of the alien mothership in space, in order to plant a nuclear missile.
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6 independence day
why does people call independence day for ID4 and not just ID?...

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The Gnat
It isn't going to have a ton of depth, which it doesn't, but it is entertaining to watch, which is what a big budget film like it is meant to be (not to say that big budget films can't have more depth, it is just the generally with the amount that is put, of the budget, into explosions and fights, there isn't much left over for plot).
The Rodent
He's lots of fun and you can tell he had fun during filming.
With Independence Day: Resurgence coming out here in the UK today and those who voted to leave hailing this day as our National Independence Day, I thought it would be apt to take a look back at the first movie: simply called 'Independence Day'.


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