Independence Day

Oh! It's all wet.
Right here! In the back of the pickup.
General, sir. Captain Steven Hiller,
United States Marine Corps.

Guess who's comin' to dinner!
I need a doctor.
I need a doctor!
Oh, boy!
- How long has he been unconscious?
- About three hours.

- Let's get him in containment.
- My son is very sick. He needs attention!

He's drying out.
l want him sprayed down with saline.

He has a problem with his adrenal cortex!

If you don't do something right now,
my son will die!

- Just help him!
- Okay. O'Haver, Miller, you come with us.

You, take us to him, OK? Let's go.
All right. Move it!
As the former head of the ClA,
you knew about this place.

- When were you planning to inform us?
- It had been deemed classified.

You should have told us about this
when they first arrived!

We wouldn't have launched a counterattack
that cost the lives of hundreds of our pilots!

We could not have known that our fighters
would've been that ineffective! Mr President.

The little bit of information we have
comes directly into this room.

Atlanta, Chicago, and Philadelphia.
NATO and Western Allied installations
were the first to be taken out.

Then we were hit.
They knew exactly where and how to hit us.
- And our forces?
- We're down to 15%.

If you calculate the time it takes
to destroy a city and move on,

we're looking at the worldwide destruction
of every major city