Jeff Goldblum Is There
Yes, the shell of Seth Brundle is in the building..lol I don't know about you, but this man is one of the man reasons I even watched this film to begin with.
Jeff Goldblum is one of those actors that "gets into the role", he literally believes that he is the character.
Now aside for the Goldblum rant, the movie begins 20 years after the first attack on our green ball of fun. The only problem with this setting is that it's 2016 in the movie and the world we live in looks nothing like this fictitious depiction.
Of course, it's sci-fi, but "Come On", we are far from the superior technology that even primitive cultures seem to have within the film.
So anyway... it seems that a few of the original film's main characters have residual effects from their "alien contacts" and are now in tune with the mothership.
They are somehow plugged into the alien consciousness and can sense that another attack is on the brink. Of course it's a much bigger attack, but this time they feel the world is not able to handle the massive arse-kickin that the extraterrestrial forces are about to unleash.
Bang Bang..Whoop Whoop..predictable at best. If you want to know this cheesetastic sci-fi flick pans out..check it out at the theater or just wait for it to come out on Dvd in a few days..lol (Maybe months we'll see).
And The Special Effects Were Pretty Cool To Watch
Now aside from the lackluster plot, the CG was pretty cool, for example look at the picture above.
Tons of destruction and catastrophic events plague the people of earth, as "we" attempt to defend the planet and thrwart this fictional assault.
I mean there's not really much to say about the effects, except that some of them were beautifully unrealistic making this film a true sci-fi experience.
After Watching, "Independence Day: Resurgence..
I'm not going to tell you to go run out and see it, unless you love sci-fi no matter how cheesy or cliche. Aside from Goldblum's stellar stride and the last 20 minutes or so of the film, it's definitely one that can be watched online or during a Redbox run.
I'm a little disappointed, as I had high hopes for the film, but sometimes that's just how it goes.
So did you see the film? What did you think about it?