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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.
ActorsStarring: Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Maika Monroe, Sela Ward, William Fichtner, Vivica A. Fox, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Brent Spiner, Judd Hirsch, Patrick St. Esprit, Joey King, Jessie Usher, Chin Han, AngelaBaby, Grace Huang, Ryan Cartwright, Garrett Wareing, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Mckenna Grace, Ron Yuan, Alice Rietveld, Nicolas Wright, Travis Tope, James A. Woods, Robert Loggia, Deobia Oparei, Travis Hammer, John Storey, Hays Wellford, Sam Quinn, Alma Sisneros, Diana Gaitirira, Humberto Castro, Richard Beal, Joshua Mikel, Monique Candelaria, Stafford Douglas, Robert Neary, Beth Bailey, Mona Malec, Grizelda Quintana, Lance Lim, Brandon K. Hampton, Kenny Leu, Joel Virgel, Jacob Browne, Matthew Munroe, Jade Scott Lewis, Zeb Sanders, Donovan Tyee Smith, Omar Diop, Stephen Oyoung, Casey Messer, J.P. Murrieta, Ava Del Cielo, Leilei Chen, Catharine Pilafas, Katrina Kavanaugh, Jason E. Hill, Sylvie Hagan, Evan Bryn Graves, Aaron Tyler
Critic Reviews About Independence Day: Resurgence
Breaks far less ground than its alien invaders, but confirms director Roland Emmerich as modern cinema’s most spirited conductor of popcorn chaos.
Roland Emmerich’s alien invasion reboot has landed with more cliches than you can throw Shanghai at.
The lackluster, at times abysmal writing wouldn’t much matter if Resurgence featured a charismatic star who could lift a movie as effortlessly as Will Smith did in the first feature.
Independence Day: Resurgence is B-movie CGI disaster mayhem that is elevated, only slightly, by the few fan-favorite characters who return.
This mediocre alien-invasion sequel isn’t going to wow anyone who’s seen the original, which is a true summer popcorn-flick, with quotable lines and memorable action scenes.
Sandie Angulo Chen
Common Sense Media
If “Independence Day: Resurgence” makes any money this weekend, the studio can thank the critics.
New York Daily News
In Independence Day: Resurgence, love—of country, of home, of others—conquers all, even if aliens destroy much of humanity before we get that happy ending.
Independence Day: Resurgence pretends there’s fresh ground to cover. There isn’t, but director Roland Emmerich makes a good show of faking it.
Resurgence ends up falling victim to its attempts to differentiate itself while remaining completely derivative.
Independence Day: Resurgence is a non-movie, an insult to the blockbuster genre, and should stand only as a perfect example of Hollywood’s more glaring deficiencies as an industry.