A crazed coastal freeway chase involving a fleeing DEA agent, machine-gun-wielding baddies, and an auto hauler dropping cars left and right. Too improbable, too unrealistic, too far fetched as if anyone would let a complete stranger into their homes in New York City. The Career of Donald Sutherland. Roland Emmerich's alien invasion epic is a mixture of amped up alien-invasion action and broad, uneasy comedy; Smith provides both via his heroic Marine Corps pilot who winds up helping lead Earth's resistance against the deadly E. Close the menu.
The man of the hour starred with his own offspring, Jaden, in this very touching portrait of Chris Gardner, a real-life San Francisco businessman whose failed ventures eventually led to his becoming homeless with his son. There is often a difference between a "movie star" and an "actor"; this is where Smith proved he could be both with downplaying the other. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air:
The film tries to be intellectual for the sake of being intellectual, and not because it has something to say.