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Oblivion - must see!

By mprs4me
Written May 04, 2015
My wife and I are seniors, but we love these kinds of movies. Good for all ages, but be advised, there is some language, especially at the end, that you may find offensive for younger kids. Tom Cruise is NOT our favorite person, but he did a really great job in this movie. The little twists and turns keep you guessing up until the end. Special effects were great and it didn't see like a fantesy. The movie took you right into the future. Had a bit of Space Odesy in it, but it fit! Overall, a great movie. Will want to see it again.
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Entirely skippable

By gamerxus
Written October 10, 2015
A slow moving piece without a clever ending. You might go if you're a huge fan of Tom Cruise, otherwise I'd recommend skipping. The one thing I liked was some of the sound direction, it has some cool audio effects.
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By bowler
Written October 13, 2015
Good science fiction Movie with new special effects.Tom Cruise is very good in this type of action Films.Worth the time to see it in the Theatre.
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By mmonette
Written July 29, 2015
Tom Cruise in his fading glory years; actually already a clear stretch from the Tom we all remember, cool gadgets, pretty girls, and a sense of Science Fiction. Unfortunately, that is all the movie delivered on, a sense of Science Fiction. Tom's "action" acting, Morgan Freeman's presence and voice, the photography were the highlights of an otherwise long, wandering story that never really told the story. There was a vagary of nearly six billion people killed by starvation, cataclysmic earth change, and what; "thousands of Tom's hunting people down"? While the house in the sky thing, with the beautiful "are you and effective team" suggestions running amuck, was very cool, the movie never addressed why a machine "tet" presence would need humans at all, let alone to be onsite eyes and ears and repairmen on earth. The move failed to deliver on the commercials; the thing we all hate to trade exactly 36 minutes of Cinemark time watching previews and commercials for.
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