Knight and Day [Blu-ray]
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Get set for wild action and sizzling chemistry with Knight and Day. Big screen superstars Tom Cruise (mission impossible, tropic thunder) and Cameron Diaz (charlies angels, something about mary) come together in this thrilling action-adventure. When June meets a mysterious stranger on a routine flight, she thinks she's met the man who’ll add some excitement to her life. But she soon discovers he's a fugitive super-spy, who thrusts her into a globe trotting cat-and-mouse chase. As the bullets and sparks fly, June must decide if she can really trust this Knight in shining armour.
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Once again Tom Cruise proves he can be funny. His character is a little bit crazy but so totally lovable. I left the cinema thinking 'I want one of him!'. And i'm not even a Cruise fan!!
Cameron Diaz we already know can do comedy so there's no surprises here. She comes and plays her part well. Little bit dipsy but on the whole a likable character.
The plot is so completely insane you have to laugh. Cruise is a CIA agent gone rouge apparently, and has taken a piece of technology with him that many many people want their hands on. Diaz manages to get caught up in all this. Chaos and comedy ensue.
I actually really enjoyed the film. Cruise and Diaz really worked well together and it was a great feel-food movie. Definitely one i'll watch again, especially if I need cheering up.
Yes, Tom and Cameron are great actors who can both carry a movie. Yes, they do have chemistry. And, yes, they’re always going to attract the public. But will the overall package attract enough of the public to make the film the serious money it needs? The answer is: sort of.
Possibly the first problem the film runs into is that it’s hardly a new premise. Jason Bourne has been doing those ‘innocent-spy-on-the-run’ movies for years, so the fat that Tom Cruise is a super-secret agent who’s wrongly accused of a crime he didn’t commit is nothing new. Plus, wasn’t that the plot for at least two Mission Impossible films?!
Then you have the fact that the film doesn’t really know what it wants to be. Tom Cruise provides the action, whereas as Cameron Diaz is more suited for quirky romantic-comedy movies. Therefore you’re left with a weird blend between the two.
It’s an odd sort of film that doesn’t really know what it wants to be. I found I sometimes didn’t know whether I was supposed to be laughing or getting pumped up at the amazing set-piece car chases and punch-ups.
However, it did make money. As I’ve said before… both leads have legions of fans. It is nice to see the two of them together and it’s their chemistry which does save the production. It’s certainly no classic and if you’re into your serious spy movies then this one isn’t for you. However, if you like one or both leading actors then you should wring enough charm out of the story to keep you happy for a couple of hours. It’s one of those films where renting or streaming is certainly more rewarding that paying full price for the experience on Blu-ray!
The movie tells the story of June Havens (Cameron Diaz) who somehow gets involved with a rogue secret agent, Roy Miller (Tom Cruise). Both of them are then hunted by the FBI who want their hands on Miller and also something important.
I watched the movie with low expectations and was in for a pleasant surprise. It was like going back to the 1990's and witnessing a good old popcorn action flick with a hint of light-hearted comedy. The feel of the movie just felt right, although the plot was wafer-thin. In a nutshell, it was entertaining.
The positive things about the movie were the exciting and stylish action set-peices, fast pace of the movie, energetic performances from Cruise and Diaz who shared a natural chemistry and an eye pleasing cinematography. I should also mention that the comic moments were quite funny.
The downside is the really stupid story but that is thankfully over-compensated by the above things. Otherwise, this would've been the disaster of the summer. Another flaw is the bland villains who do nothing for the movie.
Another thing that needs to be mentioned is the ending, which is the CORNIEST movie climax I've seen in ages. It must be a good thing since it made me laugh.
Cruise pitches in a committed and cool performance combined with some cracking one-liners. His presence itself makes the feature more than watchable. Cruise proves that he is still a star.Read more ›
That said, it's completely far fetched, not at all believeable (in one shot Cruise is slightly taller than Diaz - I rest my case) and altogether kinda nonsense.
Watchable, entertaining nonsense, but nonsense nonetheless...
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Just like all his other films, you can see what's coming next.Published 2 months ago by Mrs J M Hargreaves