Tom Cruise sued for $1 billion over the originality of 'Mission Impossible 4' 01:03 Feb 06 2014 from IBNLive
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Nothing worries a director if he is working for the first time with a global superstar and the latter goes into a divorce just when the film is about to go on floors.
Oblivion, outside its spectacular, smooth surface, is only a middling effort that borrows liberally from just about every science-fiction movie there is.
'Oblivion': What stays with you is the gorgeous imagery 11:07 Apr 12 2013 from IBNLive
Cast: Tom Cruise, Andrea Riseborough, Olga Kurylenko Director: Joseph Kosinski The new Tom Cruise starrer 'Oblivion' borrows from so many films, you could start a game of "spot-the-reference" the moment you settle into your seat. There's a little
"Are you an effective team?" This oft repeated question in the film to Jack Harper (Tom Cruise) and his partner Victoria (Andrea Riseborough), in fact, raises a similar question in the minds of the viewe
Oblivion goes on for a long time, moving slowly and self-consciously, and it looks like a very expensive movie project that has been written and rewritten many times over.
Oblivion delivers as the summer blockbuster well worth the price of a multiplex ticket - AND popcorn
The film is more of a cerebral drama than a fast-paced, modern action flick. The suspense is satisfying and so is Cruise's 'true to character' performance. A lot depends on whether you like Jack Reacher, the pragmatic investigator.
Jack Reacher moves into the predictable action thriller mode with the twisty-turny story being used as a ploy for biff-pow-bang skirmishes.
Lee Child’s book lovers should steer clear of the multiplexes. We wouldn’t recommend ‘Jack Reacher’ to the rest also.