A sentimental favorite of mine. STIV is easily the most absurd movie in the whole franchise. Which is why i like it so much. In many way the film turns into a comedy in moments, whilst still staying true to the characters and fitting in with the mythology. If only franchises today took such risks as this.
Perhaps only Star Wars The Force Awakens was more anticipated than this. Seeing cinemas’ two most iconic superhero collide on screen is something most comic book and movie fans have wanted to see on screen forever, and it finally happened! In a sequel to 2013 Man of Steel could it possibly live up the hype? Well yes and no. Its not the 5 star classic it should have been, but Batman vs. Superman is largely very enjoyable.
Far from perfect…
Twenty years since the first Independence Day, Director Roland Emmerich returns with a sequel to his most successful film—and probably his best one, let's face it.
It sees the return of all of the original cast (excluding Will Smith) Jeff Goldblum, and Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch, and Brent Spiner. Vivian A. Fox even turns up for a brief appearance.
And this time, they are joined by a new cast, which includes Liam Hemsworth, Malka Monroe, and William Fichtner, as the…