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Tom Cruise stars in this spectacular version of the legend that has fascinated cultures all over the world since the dawn of civilization: The Mummy. Thought safely entombed deep beneath the desert, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened in our current day. Her malevolence has grown over millennia and with it come terrors that defy human comprehension. From the sands of the Middle East through modern-day London, The Mummy balances wonder, thrills, and imagination.
- Deleted and Extended Scenes
- Feature Commentary
- Rooted in Reality
- Cruise & Kurtzman: A Conversation
- Life in Zero-G: Creating the Plane Crash
- Meet Ahmanet
- Cruise in Action
- Becoming Jekyll and Hyde
- Choreographed Chaos
- Nick Morton: In Search of a Soul
- Ahmanet Reborn Animated Graphic Novel
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Tom Cruise is Nick Morton
A soldier of fortune, Nick Morton plunders conflict sites for timeless artifacts…ones he sells to the highest bidder. When Nick and his No. 2 (Chris Vail) are attacked by insurgents in the Middle East, they accidentally unearth a tomb of an Egyptian pharaoh they come to know as Ahmanet. Nick is not simply the one responsible for setting Ahmanet free, he’s fulfiling an ordained destiny he couldn’t have possibly imagined. Now, he is the only one who can stop her ascension to a global ruler who will enslave humanity.
Sofia Boutella is Ahmanet
Centuries ago, Ahmanet was raised as a fearless warrior and heir to her father’s throne. She was destined to be the first female pharaoh, but when the king finally fathered a son, Ahmanet was cast aside. Driven mad by betrayal, she was entombed for eternity by the very people who swore loyalty to her. Her fate? Erasure from history. Accidentally awoken by Nick Morton, this original and extraordinarily powerful monster sets out to reclaim her stolen kingdom and ascend to her rightful place as pharaoh. With her evolving powers, the strange and seductive Ahmanet forges an unbreakable connection with Nick, and in so doing, intertwines their destinies.
Annabelle Wallis is Jenny Halsey
A British officer of Cultural Heritage, Jenny Halsey is enlisted by Nick to unearth the sarcophagus for transport. The Egyptologist’s own mother was long certain that there was a female pharaoh who’d been erased from history. Now, Jenny has finally found the princess she heard of only in myth and legend. When Jenny, Nick and Vail rappel down to an antechamber unearthed by human war, they unleash Princess Ahmanet, accidentally setting off a series of otherworldly phenomena.
Russell Crowe is Dr. Henry Jekyll
The enigmatic Dr. Henry Jekyll oversees Prodigium, a secret organisation with a mandate to recognise, examine, contain and destroy evil in our world. A scholarly English gentleman grounded in the modern day, he not only protects the world from monsters, he protects monsters from the world. Is Jekyll a friend or foe? Like all our principal characters, it depends upon your perspective, and their end game.
Jake Johnson is Chris Vail
Although Vail likes to think of himself as a 'liberator of precious antiques,' others prefer the term 'modern-day grave robber.' While Nick is into the adventure as much as he is the adrenaline rush, Vail has no qualms about admitting he’s only in it for the money. Vail and Nick have been partners in crime for years, but nothing could prepare them for the evil they have awakened.
Courtney B. Vance is Col. Greenway
A career military man tasked with ensuring U.S. military operations in the Middle East go by the book, Greenway embodies 'steadfast.' When he discovers the chaos Nick and Vail have caused, he hauls them in for questioning. Once Ahmanet rises, however, the colonel—and all of humanity—must rely on Nick as he leads our struggle for survival.
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I liked the way there were visual references to the previous films & how it has been left open for another. There were plenty of plot twists, one of which l particularly liked was the part played by Russell Crowe.
Excellent family viewing & thoughly enjoyable.
Tom Cruise played a good part & l loved the humour which was thrown in for good measure.
Great special effects and plenty of action as well as a little humour will keep you entertained for the films duration.
On the downside the plot seems a little incoherent to say the least as if the director has so many ideas he just wanted to cram them all in at once, hence Russell Crow as Dr. Jekyll. There’s nothing particularly original in this film, but then again it’s a tried and tested formula so you kind of know what to expect anyway and there isn’t any twists in this standard plot. I must say the ending for me was a little disappointing but as I said with a film like this you kind of know what to expect anyway. Nothing special but worth watching just for the faced paced fun
As the first film in Universal Studios planned ‘Dark Universe’, there’s two big competing elements preventing The Mummy from entirely working. There’s the actual story of Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) herself, and also the need to introduction the over-arching universe story and the secret Prodigium organisation which will link all the separate films together. There’s tension between the two and for me it seems really like the latter ends up taking precedence instead of the story of the mummy. The addition of Tom Cruise as star also turns it in part into feeling a bit like a ‘Mission: Impossible’ instalment as the action sequences seem a little familiar (yes, he does much running!). However, there is some impressive set design, visual effects sequences and the cast is likeable enough. There’s lots of elements which work on their own quite well, but they don’t quite come together smoothly by the end of the film.
Extras are the usual mix of puff featurettes on various aspects of production and the characters, much of which serves the purpose of everyone talking about how great Cruise is to work with. There’s also a group commentary with director Alex Kurtzman and cast members Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis and Jake Johnson. Kurtzman does try and talk about the making of the film but the group dynamic means he often gets distracted away from his point - in a way, kind of like the film.
I found enough to enjoy in it to buy it but in fairness it might be the kind of thing where for others waiting for it to become cheaper might be the better option.
Having said that, there were a lot of enjoyable set pieces and Tom Cruise is always watchable. The ending was rather too obviously setting itself up for a sequel. But for a popcorn-flavoured movie night at home you could do a lot worse.
Will we see more I doubt it, like I said slammed by USA critics
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