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Independence Day: Resurgence (3D)
We always knew they were coming back.
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Independence Day: Resurgence

English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
ActionAdventure
24 Jun, 2016
2 hrs 02 mins
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25,536 votes
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We always knew they were coming back. After 'Independence Day' redefined the event movie genre, the next epic chapter delivers global spectacle on an unimaginable scale. 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.
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Verdict: A nostalgic reunion and a visual treat. ``We had 20 years to prepareso did they`` - the tagline of Independence Day: Resurgence is a gentle reminder that this movie is going to play on the nostalgic gland of your brain. More or less, the film is successful in doing that. We all love exploding []... ...Read full review
And its sheer overblown extravagance turns out to be no bad thing, with the summers first bona-fide blockbuster proving to be such a perfect popcorn experience, its practically dripping in butter. ...Read full review
As spectacular as youd hope from a sequel to the 1996 planet-toaster, and as amusingly cheesy. Youll enjoy yourself enough that you wont even miss Will Smith. ...Read full review
Which isnt to say Resurgence cant be a lot of fun in short bursts. Emmerichs glee is infectious as he trashes Big Ben but leaves the rebuilt White House standing, and there are few things on earth cooler than Jeff Goldblum exasperatedly explaining how doomed humanity is, again. But its all too much too fast, and the cumulative effect is like watching a two-hour trailer more dizzying than thrilling. ...Read full review
In 1996, Independence Day became an instant sci-fi classic largely because its cutting-edge visual effects allowed director Roland Emmerich to mount an ambitious alien-invasion epic that felt thrilling and new and unlike anything wed seen until then. I still remember being blown out of my mind at the sight of the White House exploding into smithereens? ...Read full review