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The Mummy
Year:
2017
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
IMDB rating:
5.9
Director:
Alex Kurtzman
Russell Crowe as Dr. Henry Jekyll
Erol Ismail as Ahmanet's Warrior
Sohm Kapila as Reporter
James Arama as Second Man
Stephen Thompson as First Man
Matthew Wilkas as Reporter
Chico Kenzari as Malik
Sean Cameron Michael as Archaeologist
Annabelle Wallis as Jenny Halsey
Jake M. Johnson as Chris Vail
Rez Kempton as Construction Manager
Sofia Boutella as Ahmanet
Courtney B. Vance as Colonel Greenway
Tom Cruise as Nick Morton
Storyline: Though safely entombed in a crypt deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess, whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened in our current day bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension.
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Reviews
No spoilers from me. The critics have never been so wrong!
First of all no this is not the best horror. And it's not Tom Cruises best. That being said it's no where near as bad as the critics have made it out to be. The reason I gave this a 8. Well first of all there was some genuine cool ideas introduced! I for one am very interested in seeing where it goes in the next installment. Horrors do not generally fair well. But let's stop beating this one up as unoriginal by comparing it to other mummy movies of the past. This one has added a new story line that I found interesting. It has a brilliant cast! I for one laughed quite a bit and so did at least 90% of the audience!

On the Web I have read nothing but negative reviews for the most part and a lot of rather odd comparisons. We are not going to always agree as we each have our own individual tastes.

So give a serious open minded look and ignore the negative remarks.
2017-06-12
It's actually an enjoyable movie and kept my interest through out it all.
No it's not the like the 1999 "The Mummy" and yes it has Tom Cruise as the main character. No spoiler there. But for someone who completely loved 99's Mummy and honestly thinks Tom Cruise is crazy, I really liked the movie. It kept me interested throughout it all and I like it's new story. I'd dare call it exciting. I will stress again it's not 99's "The Mummy" and I'm completely okay with that. It's nice to hear new stories and not the same one over and over again.
2017-06-09
Good effects, solid entertainment.
Nick Morton is a soldier of fortune who plunders ancient sites for timeless artifacts and sells them to the highest bidder. When Nick and his partner come under attack in the Middle East, the ensuing battle accidentally unearths Ahmanet, a betrayed Egyptian princess who was entombed under the desert for thousands of years. With her powers constantly evolving, Morton must now stop the resurrected monster as she embarks on a furious rampage through the streets of London.
2017-06-10
A list Actors In E rate Abomonation
Lets start with the subtle, considered, in depth evaluation:

This film is absolute crud. No point telling you what it's about, it's that bad there is literally no point. Go see it !

What makes it even more shockingly bad is to have 'A' list actors, Cruise & Crowe in it.

Whats good:

The film starts of looking good

Whats bad:

Everything else. Rapidly you realise that the script is yet another one of those written by Hollywood chimps beating on keyboards.

A story has a beginning, middle and end. You can beat about the bush how and when you arrive at these points in the story. But you must arrive at some time.

This film, wanders off into the wilderness of WTF moments, Why? What? How?

Mix in some over done CGI and awful shots, bad acting (to be fair with a rubbish script they don't stand a chance) .

Throw in some awful costumes - eg the 'scary' character Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) you can see is wearing a grey body stocking , naff crepe and a visible push up bra. It rather destroys the illusion of supposedly evil, long dead mummified character.

Oh! and someone needs to explain to the chimps, what happens when a body is mummified. Hint: It's not just wrapping in crepe paper bandages !

Appalling cinematic offering. Even worse than 'The Bye Bye Man'

Don't bother buying a cinema ticket, I forecast very soon a DVD available , in the supermarket £3 bargain film section.
2017-06-13
Amazing movie
Loved every second of the movie. 10/10 from my side. Critics have got this one wrong.The Mummy keeps you on your toes as to what will happen next and gives you the unexpected. No scene in the movie is too long to make it boring. When the movie is over, you wish if it were a little bit longer.
2017-06-13
The critics lie! The Mummy was exciting, well made, fun and action pact!
What could have happened to get such a fast angry mob of movie critics and bloggers to so quickly trash The Mummy days before it came out? Well, I saw it and for the life of me could not find much to complain about.

I understand that a persons opinion of a movie is just that, an opinion. Yet a couple of days ago sitting at my desk I start seeing a flood of negative reviews about The Mummy. So I read, and I read, and I continued to read words such as horrible, terrible, worst Tom Cruise movie ever, etc etc. So I decided to go to the movies today and just see this apparent train wreck of a movie. I sat there and was willing to accept what ever apparent "garbage" they threw at me. I mean I managed to stay through the entire Suicide Squad and I have to admit that was a mess, horrible in my opinion because they tried to cram way too many leading rolls down my throat.

So after watching The Mummy do I agree with the premature flood of angry reviews? Reviews I was almost forced to endure on my many devices as if a global event was happening. I was told The Mummy was not good, not good at all in many words. Well the truth is the critics lie and apparently bullying a movie out of the box office is a live and well.

I was actually quite happy with The Mummy. I liked Nicks character played by Tom Cruises who I felt was believable for a fun summer action movie. I enjoyed Jenny, co-star Annabelle Wallis who fit the roll well and did not annoy me like some actors can when it comes to 'running and screaming'. I sat through the entire movie and at one point I actually was looking for something to complain about. I personally did not like Russle Crow as Jekyll because I felt, in all honesty he was too fat for the roll. Sofia Boutella did a great job as the main villain. I could feel her feel her rage and madness and at one moment she made me jump. Guess the 3D helped there.

So, what I have learned is never believe a movie critic until you see the movie for yourself.
2017-06-09
Great Start to the Dark Universe
The Mummy was a lot better than I was expecting. It was about WHAT I was expecting, which is good, and didn't really feel like it was doing nothing but universe-building. There was a bit of that, but they did focus mostly on the Mummy, Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) and Jenny Halsey (Annabelle Wallis).

This was your basic Mummy story, though they gave enough of a different background to Ahmanet to at least PARTIALLY distinguish her from previous Mummies. She was going to become the most powerful princess in the world until her father knocked up his new wife who bore him a son. Ahmanet was not going to have any of that, so she killed everyone. She sold her soul to Set, who promised to make her a Queen in exchange for giving him a physical form. Her father's soldiers capture her and mummify her alive.

Skip to present day where Nick Morton is looking to make some money by breaking into a tomb on a map he stole from Jenny. She catches up to him just after he finds the tomb, and they explore it together. They find Ahmanet's tomb and accidentally revive her. Ahmanet decides Nick will be her new Chosen One--the new body for Set--and that brings Nick to the attention of Prodigium, a group dedicated to studying and destroying monsters.

The cast of the Mummy was very good. Tom Cruise was still Tom Cruise, but as he manages to do in all his movies, he manages to sell it very well. Annabelle Wallis played a decent Jenny Halsey, and while I think she COULD have been a little bit stronger in her role, she was not a weak, wilting wallflower. She kicked as much butt as Tom Cruise did. But the real joy of this movie was Sofia Boutella as Ahmanet, a role she almost seemed born to play. She played sexy well, and she played psychotic well, and the people in charge of makeup turned her into a really excellent Mummy.

The Mummy was also a beautiful movie. They did not overdo the cinematography, keeping it very grounded, but they didn't make anything unnecessarily dark just because. The special effects were great, and they did not do anything unnecessary. probably the biggest CGI scene was a scene in London that lasted maybe five minutes. And there was NO CGI-heavy ending fight like has been happening in movies a lot lately. They seemed to try to keep CGI out as much as they could, which was very refreshing. They still used it, don't get me wrong, but it didn't seem to be EVERYWHERE. The movie moved along at a brisk pace, didn't drag anywhere, and the sets and costumes were fabulous.

I was very happy with the Mummy. I didn't expect a lot, so I was pleasantly surprised with what I got. Not everyone is going to like it, though, but I'm a big Universal Monster fan, and I can't wait to see what they do with their upcoming movies. I just hope there are upcoming movies considering the bad reviews this movie is getting, which it really does not deserve.
2017-06-09
Loved it!!!!
After reading all the bad reviews about the film I simply had to go and take a look at it myself. Needless to say, next week I'm going to go watch it again with my family.

I believe the biggest problem is that people are taking this too seriously. Instead, after watching the trailer I said to myself "Oh great, this will be great fun, something I can relax with!" And it was so. It is a film where you just sit back, eat popcorn, watch the endless action, laugh and enjoy.

I'm giving it a 9/10 simply because I wasn't a huge fan of scenes with Doctor Jekyll, but everything else was truly enjoyable. Acting was fantastic and also funny, Tom Cruise did an outstanding job (I still don't get the critics) and Sofia was incredible!

It is a fast-paced film, packed with a lot of action, some bits of 'horror' and some bits of nice humor as well.

I recommend it big time, especially if you feel like just relaxing and forgetting about daily worries.
2017-06-14
Just being fair
I rarely write comments on a movie, but i think this movie deserve higher rating. I think those that given low rating because they were just being too technical for a movie or comparing with old and pass movie to compare with. Why a movie needed to be so adhesive to being into a particular genre? Isn't art itself is free of expression? And why must the title "the mummy" must follow all the pass movie continuation? Totally disagree of those people who given low rating.

This is overall a good movie to be enjoyed.
2017-06-12
First Of The Dark Universe
I saw "The Mummy", starring Tom Cruise-The Mission:Impossible movies, Tropic Thunder; Russell Crowe-The Man With the Iron Fists, The Quick and the Dead; Annabelle Wallis-King Arthur:Legend of the Sword, Annabelle; Jake Johnson-New Girl_tv, Let's Be Cops and Sofia Boutella-Star Trek Beyond, Kingsman:The Secret Service.

In case you haven't heard, this movie is supposed to be the first in a new franchise called The Dark Universe-evidently, they are not counting the recent Dracula Untold or the Wolfman for some reason. This Dark Universe is a series consisting of the 1930's Universal monsters, including The Bride of Frankenstein, The Creature From the Black Lagoon, The Wolfman, Phantom of the Opera and The Invisible Man, to name a few. This is a reboot of the Mummy series-they even have a female mummy for the first time-that is not connected to the previous ones, but there are several Easter eggs scattered throughout this film-The Book of the Dead from the 1999 Mummy is seen, as well as a skull with fangs and an amphibian arm. Tom and Jake play a couple of special-ops soldiers that moonlight as treasure hunters. Annabelle is an archaeologist along for the ride that is looking for something more specific. They find Sofia, buried in a sarcophagus, which of course, is soon set loose. Sofia wants a magical sacred dagger to bring an evil god to life, in Tom's body. Russell plays Annabelle's boss, who runs a special team of monster hunters-and wait until you find out his character's name. Like most Tom Cruise movies, there is plenty of action and stunts and Tom running real fast. There is no scene at the end of the movie but they do have the new 'Dark Universe' logo at the beginning. It's rated "PG-13" for violence, action, scary images and sexual content-partial nudity-and has a running time of 1 hour & 50 minutes. I liked it and would buy it on DVD.
2017-06-09
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