Action • PG-13 • 2013 • 2 hr 4 min
PRO: Beautifully shot, intense action, lots of intrigue; CON: Not very original, stars Tom Cruise
Tom cruise acting like a clone of himself. What's not to expect? Pretty entertaining though.
A great example of taking a fairly simple concept and doing something special with it. Plus it's beautifully shot, which elevates it further
Good sci-fi! Not gonna fall in love with it, but makes for a good movie night!
Saw it once when it came out and forgot about it ‘till now. It was pretty cool though.
Great acting and visuals, but the plot was a little confusing.
Way better than I was expecting. Went in with low expectations and I think that helped.
Awesome! Great actors and a great soundtrack. Also really good special effects.
Fantastic soundtrack, awe inspiring visuals, & creative fictional world.
Not a bad distraction as a movie 2 enjoy whilst getting on with chores i.e Ironing etc. Didn't really keep me on edge though! 2 long winded!
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