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Gripping, well-acted, funny, and clever, Edge of Tomorrow offers entertaining proof that Tom Cruise is still more than capable of shouldering the weight of a blockbuster action thriller.
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Edge of Tomorrow is the perfect mix of blustering action and sci-fi thinky nonsense that is best enjoyed without picking at it too much.
This is one of my favorite movies of the year so far.
Edge of Tomorrow is a decent time waster, but if you're the sort of person who watches a movie every day, you should probably look for something better.
The 51-year-old Cruise clearly relishes playing the flawed hero - one who gets to be smarmy, duplicitous, exasperated, intimidated, bad-ass and wise.
The conceit may sound constricting, but Liman (like Harold Ramis before him) gets exceptional mileage out of it, presenting his ever-revolving tale with visual style, narrative velocity, and a wonderful dose of dark humor.
This is a movie about Tom Cruise working very, very hard to please the world.
A full octane bit of escapism that proves to be a pretty good time at the movies.
Edge of Tomorrow, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, is smart, fun and doing more to equalize the battle of the sexes than most action films.
Edge of Tomorrow is entertaining from start to finish to start to finish to start to finish...
Edge of Tomorrow is a solid military science-fiction adventure, with character progression and a bracing concept as underlying strengths.
When the world is crashing to an end, I'd like Emily Blunt by my side.
This was smart and engaging, and as much as we love to hate his personal dramas, Tom Cruise knows how to helm a blockbuster.
It may not be exactly original, but this effective and expertly-edited sci-fi movie does a great job combining aliens and a Groundhog Day plot with top-notch visual effects and a fantastic sound design, while Tom Cruise sells his character's evolution with a typical magnetic performance.
Doug Limon steers a pretty good script (think what if Groundhog Day married Starship Troopers) with exciting visuals and dynamic storytelling skills to make this one a hella summer thrill ride from start to finish. Insectoid alien hordes
want terra firma for their own yet again ... and this time they can't lose cause they've got a secret weapon. Only they - and we, too - failed to consider the surprising charisma between Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt that enlivens this sci- fi love-in way past expectations and then some. Me likey.
Adequate as this type of junk goes.
Groundhogs Day should be proud to have had such a gritty reboot.
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