posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 10:57 AM
OK, so I have to admit that Independence Day is one of my most favourite movies of all time
Something has always bugged me though.....
Basically, right at the start when they're at SETI when they first pick up the alien signal, the lady working on the computer says ''calculated
distance from source is at three hundred and eight five thousand kilometers, IT'S COMING FROM THE MOON!''.
Anyone else think's it odd that thoughout the rest of the entire movie, there is no reference made to where the aliens have come from, especially no
mention of them actually being from the Moon.... Which makes me think why even add that line in the first place? Were we supposed to think that the
aliens were actually from the Moon? I heard a few months ago that a sequel was on the cards, maybe it will be a prequel which will explain
Unfortunately I can't find a clip but I'm hoping other Independence Day fans here will know what I'm talking about or even may have wondered
themselves about it.... The movie transcript can be found at
I'm on the fence about the existence of aliens but I do wonder if the astronauts did really see something while they were up there, the ''santa
claus'' and ''bogey'' comments etc.. And I do think it's possible we were warned by aliens not to go back too often, I mean surely there could
be a Disneyland or at least a Hilton up there by now
And no nasty comments about my taste in movies please