One thing I hated about ID4 was the HEAVY stereotypes--cocky black guy, Jewish nerd, annoying Jewish dad, single black mom, whiny gay guy, drunken red neck, etc, etc....Did they HAVE to have that many raging charicatures??
Plus the DIALOUGE:
*upon seeing the devastation*
Little boy: "What happened, mommy?
Mom: "I don't know, baby." UGH, isn't it obvious the aliens bombed everything to hell??
Plus why in the world did it take the Jeff Goldblum character the entire film to figure out the whole computer virus thing? Also, if their technology was "far more advanced" than ours, how could a man-made tech virus affect them?
The worst mistake: Killing off Data (the mad scientist) --he was like the only fun character in the whole film. I did like Jeff Goldblum tho, IMO he should have been the lead, not the UNBELIEVABLY DULL character Bill Pullman plays. (Bill Pullman's pretty cool, just his character was totally under-written.)
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on July 5th, 2005, 4:56 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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