Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Mary McDonnell
Roland Emmerich (Screenplay), Roland Emmerich (Director), Dean Devlin (Screenplay)
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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But for the most part, it shows and tells you new things about the movie and I think it even gave it a new experience, so I would DEFINITELY check out the Extended Cut of Independence Day if you haven't already.
However, the foreshadowing and clues that he's the mastermind behind the arrival of aliens are there in each of the acts of the movie, most noticeably in the first act where David (and David alone) ''discovers'' the signal cleverly hidden inside the Earth's satellite system (of course he's the only ....
It is pretty long, so it isn't one of those mindless films you can just pop in on a whim and sit down and watch, because it will eat up a lot of ones day, that is the biggest knock against it though for the type of film that it is.