Independence Day: Resurgence
We always knew they were coming back. Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth have collaborated on an immense defense program to protect the planet. But nothing can prepare us for the aliens’ advanced and unprecedented force. Only the ingenuity of a few brave men and women can bring our world back from the brink of extinction.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Liam Hemsworth, Joey King, William Fichtner, Vivica A. Fox, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman,
- Director:Roland Emmerich,
- Writer:Nicolas Wright (screenplay), James A. Woods (screenplay), Dean Devlin (screenplay), Roland Emmerich (screenplay), James Vanderbilt (screenplay), Dean
As the Fourth of July nears, satellite engineer David Levinson investigates a 3,000-mile-wide mother ship that's approaching Earth, drilling a hole in the middle of the ocean to harvest the heat of the core, which will destroy Earth's magnetic field in the process. Only the ingenuity of a few brave men and women can bring our world back from the brink of extinction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Independence Day: Resurgence torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: (62%)Claims made by certain folk that this is an unnecessary sequel appear to be forgetting the fact that by and large all sequels, especially horror sequels, are unnecessary cash-ins on a successful production, and this is no different. The original was a slow burn grisly low budget shocker with a great panic stricken sense of hopelessness from a serial-killer who always appeared to be one step ahead of his prey whilst they trespass on his turf. While the sequel is a bit more of the same only with a swifter pace, and a slightly lighter tone. There's also quite a bit more car chasers, and a degree more humour from the great John Jarratt's character who turns somewhat similar to Freddy Krueger with his perverted view of the world and intense wickedness making this more of a exploitation drive-in movie than the original's softly approach into terror. The movie does twist and turn as it goes along, although most will have some sort of idea what's coming next, but this is still a very entertaining watch with some great gore effects and a good number of dark comedic one-liners. Even if this is a slightly different beast to the original, it's still as welcome addition, and a good slice of bloody outback horror in its own right.
(ca) wrote: Dark comedy at its best...
(mx) wrote: This is pure guilty-pleasure entertainment. Yes it is cheesy and predictable, but it is also fun and entertaining. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker have great chemistry and it was fun watching it again. Definitely the best film in the trilogy.
(nl) wrote: i love qt but this movie was dumb
(ag) wrote: Cheesy as hell, but naked Tanya Roberts and good vs. evil with nature on Sheena's side make it all worth while.
(kr) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Any fan of Looney Tunes will love this.
(it) wrote: The story of three gold-digging bachelorettes trying to bag themselves a wealthy older man has the potential for zaniness, but this is not a zany movie. It is cute, yet extremely straightforward and highly predictable. The lead character played by Betty Grable is abrasive and dislikable. It is a realistic character, but she is unpleasant to the point where you are not rooting for her. Marylyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall are cuter and sweeter, but they have complimentary parts that limit what they bring to the table. Even though the laughs are very mild and the resolution is obvious from a mile away, it is still pleasant and sweet. There is nothing particularly remarkable about it, other than it is one a handful of movies prominently featuring the iconic Marylyn Monroe. Overall, it is just a light, fluffy, and easily digestible good time, but nothing to remember later.
(ru) wrote: A great love story for the ages
(ca) wrote: It boasts a handful of modern twists and some impressive technical effects, but this second remake of 1976's horror classic fails to bring many truly fresh ideas to the table and rings hollow due to a screenplay that unabashedly borrows from the original -- and plummets further into the genre barrel from inferior performances by its well-chosen cast.