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April 19, 2013
PG-13 , 2 hr 5 min
7,628 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A stranger's arrival triggers one man's (Tom Cruise) battle to save mankind.
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San Francisco Chronicle
By Mick LaSalle
After a slow start, this is the rare film that gets better as it goes along. The story, about two scientists working in a post-apocalyptic...
The Hollywood Reporter
By Todd McCarthy
Oblivion is an absolutely gorgeous film dramatically caught between its aspirations for poetic romanticism and the demands of heavy sci-fi...
By William Goss
Glaringly indebted to several earlier works and the film overall remains beholden to one established brand above all others: Tom Cruise.
By Scott Tobias
Oblivion occupies an awkward no-man's-land between escapist space adventure and heady science fiction, but it's neither thrilling enough...
By Steven Rea
By the end of the film, Leo is beginning to sound suspiciously like HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Robotic, and more than a little peeved.
By Mark Feeney
Oblivion is a lot like its star: clean, cold, efficient, increasingly overblown, and not a little inexplicable.
By Claudia Puig
Oblivion is a slick spectacle — seeing the humorless but ultra-fit Tom Cruise wrestle with himself might be worth the price of admission...
Oblivion has enough special-effects artistry to keep you distracted for a while. But all the eye candy in the world can’t mask the...
By Peter Travers
For all the bells and whistles – an electronic score by M83, a screen-busting Imax presentation and Cruise going full throttle – Oblivion...
Wall Street Journal
By Joe Morgenstern
The mystery posed by Oblivion as a whole is why its mysteries are posed so clumsily, and worked out so murkily.
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Waste of time
This movie was so boring I wanted to punch myself in the face, it was so bad that I laughed in the theatre it is a terrible movie very bad same with Elysium same concept, they both sucked butt...
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Rated PG-13 | For Nudity, Brief Strong Language, Sci-Fi Action Violence and Some Sensuality
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 13+
Stylized sci-fi entertains; expect deaths, sexy stuff.
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