Celebrate July 4th with an epoch-defining video essay by Kentucker Audley on the classic Will Smith movie where he goes and shoots all those aliens.
A wildly sumptuous feast for the senses, the undervalued sequel is due for the same critical reevaluation as Sorcerer.
As Independence Day: Resurgence hits theaters, Kentucker Audley's video essay looks back at the original film.
25 years after its release, it's time for a critical reappraisal of Peter Bogdanovich's unfairly dismissed follow-up to his most famous film.
Studio sequels are defined by a lack of invention and narrative risk-taking, but a bunch of '80s movies — plus one new indie — can show us the path.
What happens when you want to see the sequel because you really enjoyed the first movie, but then your wife points out you never actually saw it?
How good can the sequel be if you've already forgotten everything about the original? Hopefully better than having to talk to your family members...
I am, almost on principle, not interested in sequels. That wasn’t always the case, of course. When I was a teenager, I would dutifully go...