Goldblum Marathon

MIFF’s overnight marathon, uh, finds a way again – and this year we’re going full, err, Goldblum!

Earth Girls Are Easy

Earth Girls Are Easy

Goldblum stars opposite his then-wife Geena Davis, and just-starting-out comedians Jim Carrey and Damon Wayans in a deliciously daft sci-fi musical rom-com. A box-office flop, it has since become a cult favourite due to its utterly irrepressible 80sness!

The Fly

The Fly

Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Independence Day

Independence Day

How can Hollywood even conceive of saving the world without the assistance of one Jeff Goldblum? Roland Emmerich’s bombastic paean to American exceptionalism cemented Goldblum as the scientist you can depend on in the face of extra-terrestrial apocalypse.

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

Ho! Set off for some nautical adventuring with Wes Anderson’s melancholic homage to the world and aesthetic of Jacques Cousteau, featuring Jeff Goldblum as the “big time asshole” rival to Bill Murray’s title character.

The Tall Guy

The Tall Guy

Jeff Goldblum, Emma Thompson and Rowan Atkinson star in the directorial debut of comedy legend Mel Smith, and the first ever feature film written by Richard Curtis, who based the script on his own experiences as Atkinson’s straight man comedic foil.

Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok

He may not be the lead, but Jeff Goldblum is the star, stealing every scene he’s in throughout the greatest film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Let the games begin.

Vibes

Vibes

Jeff Goldblum teams up with the one and only Cyndi Lauper – in her big-screen debut – as a pair of mismatched psychics hired by Peter Falk to travel to Ecuador and search for an ancient alien pyramid that holds all the world’s interdimensional power…