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Knight and Day (2010; Rated Rated PG-13)

Knight and Day
B
 

“Beyond implausible, but loads of fun thanks to the two leads.”

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Knight and Day Review

Knight and Day

(2010; PG-13)

In theaters:
Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Genre:
Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Mystery, Romance, Thriller

Director:
James Mangold

Cast:
Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz

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Grant said on Friday, July 23, 2010 8:26:59 PM
Love this movie! This is what summer is all about, and awesome kick-ass funny movie! and this movie delivers!!!!!
Tom Cruise is great always been my favorite actor always will, I even like Cameron Diaz...which is odd because I find her annoying in most movies, I thought it was fun, people in the theater like it (by observation) so yeah I agree i would give it a B wasn't great like Inception but it wasen't bad like Grown Ups

Ryan Oliver said on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 4:37:46 PM
Everyone has their own opinion. To be fair, I don't care much for this action-romantic-comedy-whatever genre that includes this, "The Bounty Hunter," "Killers," and "Fool's Gold." In fact, this almost has the same plot as "Killers," it's just disguised with better actors. I like Cruise and Diaz, but here they are not merely acting but smiling their way through the end to a paycheck. I heard no clapping from the audience at the end of the film, and frankly hardly any laughs from them either (certainly none from me). If I wanted to see Cruise scrambling around in action sequences, I'd just watch "Minority Report" or the "Mission: Impossible" again. I don't think calling this movie boring is B.S. because, well, it is boring with subpar acting, mediocre special effects and a middling effort in a genre that honestly just needs to die.

Alicia Hudson said on Wednesday, June 30, 2010 6:07:03 PM
Knight and Day boring????????????
This movie was NOT boring at all..people were claping at the end of the movie.And yes they had chemistry in Vanila Sky and this movie also.
To say this movie was boring is totaly B.S.

Ryan Oliver said on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 9:44:16 PM
Ah man, I'm disappointed. We've been on the same page for almost every film this summer but this one. I review on a four-star scale, and frankly, I give it one-and-a-half. You're right, no one cares about plot in a movie like this, but I felt there was absolutely NO chemistry between Cruise and Diaz. And I know Cruise is supposed to be underplaying the whole "I'm a deadly, dangerous agent" thing and that killing people is not a big deal, but I didn't find any of that funny. It's joyless, it's sexless, there's no chemistry, and the film's biggest crime is that it's BORING. It's so boring that I couldn't bare it. Such a disappoint considering these great actors and a class act director.

 
 
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