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Is it possible we owe Tom Cruise a collective apology? In consecutive summers, he has starred in original, intelligent, sci-fi action films – even as the marketplace (ie: us) rewarded familiarity by giving billion-dollar cheques to the same-old sequels and reboots.Those originals would be last year’s Oblivion, which barely broke even on the strength of foreign box office, and the more action-packed Edge Of Tomorrow (coming to Canada June 6) – a remarkably propulsive film that’s kind of like Groundhog Day with a body count (with battle scenes that evoke Starship Troopers).

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The thing is, he had the option to cash in like everybody else. Yet another Mission Impossible film could have been on the schedule this year, elbowing its way in 3D/IMAX between the Spider-Mans, X-Mens and Captain Americas.So kudos to him. And to director Doug Liman, who takes an experience that could have been akin to an audience on a noisy hamster wheel, and edits it with cleverness and wit. Edge Of Tomorrow is a time-travel film of sorts. And like… I’m going to say ALL of them,(Download Edge of Tomorrow) it has holes created by its premise (I found the ending a particular head-scratcher, and am happy to exchange thoughts on that in a spoiler-free setting).Extra points to Cruise for allowing himself to be cast in a less-than-positive light (for a while, anyway). Edge Of Tomorrow takes place in the aftermath of a hazily-sketched alien invasion - the same way Oblivion started, oddly enough.

After landing in Europe the invading forces swiftly overtake the continent and then are apparently held there by the combined military forces of the human race – with the U.K. as a bulwark against forward advancement.So far so World War II. Not sure what an occupied Europe is supposed to represent metaphorically, but it is a terrific springboard for the movie’s focal point – a deja vu D-Day invasion of France, meant to turn the tide against the aliens.Enter a vain, shallow PR expert Maj.(Download Edge of Tomorrow) Bill Cage (Cruise) who has propagandized the war effort around a single super-soldier, one Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt), known as the “Angel of Verdun” (and “Full Metal Bitch” by the soldiers). For whatever reason – Cage’s annoying cockiness maybe - a blustery general (Brendan Gleeson) delights in assigning him to the front.So it is that a terrified desk-jockey finds himself in a doomed armada, about to experience something closer to Dieppe than Omaha Beach. It is a battle he’s shocked to find he survives – again and again. For reasons to come, Cage is never killed, but simply wakes up to the start of that terrible day all over again.

What follows is a neat series of tweaks to previous experience, that leads to him meeting Blunt’s character and building on each day’s events to a big finish.The trick in a movie like this is to keep the repetition fresh. Liman changes up scenarios, and gives us just enough time away from the battle to give us the feeling that we’re headed somewhere, even when we’re not just yet.Cruise and Blunt, meanwhile, hit their spots perfectly – he becoming more battle-hardened with each singular day,(Download Edge of Tomorrow) and she delivering great military bad-assery.Damn the Roman numerals. Edge Of Tomorrow is an original summer movie we’d like to see inspire more of its kind.Lieutenant William Cage (Cruise) is the top PR man for the UK-based United Defence Force, which is fighting a major alien invasion that’s already swallowed most of Europe and Russia. After being demoted and press-ganged into service for ‘Operation Downfall’, the last big push on the beaches of Normandy, Cage is killed by one of the attacking “mimics”. Then he wakes up, alive again, on the morning of his second-to-last day...

On the face of it, there is nothing particularly original about Edge Of Tomorrow. Brush your hand across its gritty surface and you’ll smear the thin layer off a teeming nest of influences: Groundhog Day, the most obvious, for its time-loop plot engine (and by extension Source Code); Saving Private Ryan, for its French-beach brutality; Aliens, Starship Troopers and the Matrix trilogy for its bombastic portrayal of big-tech conflict with multi-limbed, insectoid-biomechanical extra-terrestrials.(Download Edge of Tomorrow) It’s exquisitely apposite that, if you’re coming to this film from a healthy upbringing on action-sci-fi cinema of the ’80s and ’90s (with Harold Ramis’ clock-resetting comedy being the one rom-com it was okay for you to love), you’ll experience a throbbing sense of déjà vu — only made more acute by the film’s shared chromosomes with last year’s Elysium and that other Tom Cruise-on-a-devastated-Earth picture, Oblivion.None of which is to diminish Empire’s recommendation: director Doug Liman and his screenwriting triumvirate of Christopher McQuarrie and brothers Jez and John-Henry Butterworth (adapting Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s light novel All You Need Is Kill) wear all these influences well, and with pride.

Why else enlist the ever-reliable Bill Paxton as a puff-chested, adage-chewing sergeant if not to wink at his past life as a colonial marine? Edge Of Tomorrow may be hugely familiar, but welcomingly so. And it also proves to be huge fun.This is in no small part to the movie’s most significant influence of all: video games. While we still await an even remotely decent video game-to-movie adaptation, Edge Of Tomorrow provides the perfect substitute. It may not have spawned directly from any console-based IP, but it is thoroughly steeped in gaming culture and logic — mainly via Sakurazaka himself,(Download Edge of Tomorrow) who is also a programmer. Lay the film’s plot over a game-design template and you’ll find a pleasingly neat match. When Cage (Cruise) awakens into the first day of his enforced demotion (also the second-to-last of his life), he is effectively starting from a save point. When, eventually, a close encounter on that bloody beach with a tentacle-flailing, blast-furnace mouthed “alpha” — the end-of-level boss — causes his health bar to retract to zero, we snap back to that save point, and he must ‘play’ the two days again.

With each replay, he must learn how to survive to reach the next ‘level’ (to ultimately meet the end-of-game boss), although, paradoxically, just as we learn from our mistakes in life, he must learn from his deaths. (If you’ve ever sunk days of playtime into a Dark Souls game, you’re guaranteed to sympathise.)Part of this is through his power of recollection, plus development of muscle-memory: step left to avoid explosion here, shoot right to eliminate incoming mimic there — every repeated battle is pre-programmed, so he just has to learn the patterns. Then part of it is through a more straightforward regime of personal improvement — or ‘levelling up’ — which comes via Cage ‘unlocking new content’.(Download Edge of Tomorrow) Having mastered the timing of a roll between a truck’s wheels in one amusing and novel sequence, he is rewarded with access to a trainer (Emily Blunt as seasoned soldier Rita Vrataski) who not only provides him with the necessary information to progress to new ‘levels’, but also enables him to ‘spend’ his ‘experience points’ in her automated dojo.If this all sounds as mechanical as the exo-suits Cage and his comrades wear, don’t be put off. McQuarrie and the Butterworths have crafted a rich and drily witty script that really takes the edges off the concept.

Seemingly throwaway lines accrue layers of meaning as Cage relives, and relives, these two days. “Battle is a true redeemer,” barks Paxton’s sarge at his men; “tomorrow morning you will be baptised. Born again.” A little later, just before being dropped into the hotzone, a fellow grunt yells at Cage, the raw recruit, “I think there’s something wrong with your suit... Yeah, there’s a dead man in it!” So true.The writers have fun with the whole death-to-progress concept, too. Once Blunt’s combat-hardened Rita joins Cage in his quest, it becomes her job to ‘press quit’ when things go wrong — by shooting Cage through the head. Also, after the plot’s loopy logic is firmly established (which, like any time-travel movie,(Download Edge of Tomorrow) raises more questions than it provides answers), they employ it to maintain tension: how much does Cage know? Has he been through this scenario before? It’s deliberately never clear just how many lives he’s already gone through to get to any given scene. It is a shame that the deaths themselves aren’t allowed to have more impact. In a previous era, this would have been a 15-to-18-certificate movie that would not have shied away from presenting Cage’s many and varied demises, gore and all.

But the commercial pressure to audience-broaden has required Liman to cut away as much as possible, and a visual sense of trauma is lost.Still, Cruise sells it brilliantly. Indeed, this is his strongest performance in some time and he revels in the character’s development. He starts out as a smug, smirking, weaselly coward, not above trying to blackmail an implacable general (Brendan Gleeson); Cage is so ineffectual, he can’t even switch off the safety on his hand-cannons. During his first drop he stumbles lamely about, watching his comrades die in the dirt, doing little useful to help them. But battle is a true redeemer,(Download Edge of Tomorrow) of course. So gradually, gradually, the weasel becomes a lion. Although not without a self-serving detour or two along the way.Blunt, too, is on strong form, exhibiting a steely poise that makes her comfortably believable as a war-propaganda poster-girl known simultaneously as The Angel Of Verdun and Full Metal Bitch. She is less a romantic interest for Cruise (who seems to be going through an English actress co-star phase) than she is his mentor, and his foil.

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Doug Liman has always been an astute, experimental chemist, and while this isn’t quite the Brad-and-Angie lab explosion of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, it’s at least as strong a pairing as Matt Damon and Franka Potente in The Bourne Identity (which, incidentally, is another movie this comes to echo during one later episode particularly).After the forgettable Jumper and Fair Game, it’s good to see Liman back on pyrotechnic form, orchestrating some inventive combat spectacle. This could well be his biggest hit yet — and Cruise’s for a good while, too. A rebirth, of a sort, for both of them.(Watch Edge of Tomorrow Online In HD) If nothing else, it’ll stand out as one of summer 2014’s most entertaining surprises.This is the first time i'm writing a review because i was so happy leaving the theater. The movie has it all. Great actors (especially Tom Cruise), a very, very, VERY great script and a awesome story. You may think it is another futuristic Tom Cruise movie just like Oblivion. But it is not! This movie is way better than that (i'm sorry) peace of crap. I will not try to spoil anything but OMG the movie is so surprising and can't stop thinking about it. Also a very great performance of the director Doug Liman who made you feel like you were in the battles. And the ending is oh so great.

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