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The Mummy (3D)

The Mummy

English, Telugu, Hindi, Tamil
09 Jun, 2017
1 hrs 49 mins
29,876 votes
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Tom Cruise headlines a spectacular, all-new cinematic version of the legend that has fascinated cultures all over the world since the dawn of civilization: The Mummy.

Thought safely entombed in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella of Kingsman: The Secret Service and Star Trek Beyond) 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.

From the sweeping sands of the Middle East through hidden labyrinths under modern-day London, The Mummy brings a surprising intensity and balance of wonder and thrills in an imaginative new take that ushers in a new world of gods and monsters.

Cruise is joined by a cast including Annabelle Wallis (upcoming King Arthur, television’s Peaky Blinders), Jake Johnson (Jurassic World), Courtney B. Vance (TV’s American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson) Marwan Kenzari (The Promise) and Oscar winner Russell Crowe (Gladiator).

The creative team on this action-adventure event is led by director/producer Alex Kurtzman and producer Chris Morgan, who have been instrumental in growing some of the most successful franchises of the past several years—with Kurtzman writing or producing entries in the Transformers, Star Trek and Mission: Impossible series, and Morgan being the narrative engineer of the Fast & Furious saga as it has experienced explosive growth from its third chapter on. Sean Daniel, who produced the most recent Mummy trilogy, and Sarah Bradshaw (Maleficent) produce produces alongside Kurtzman and Morgan.
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RVerdict: An exciting mix of action and horror. There are some things you expect when going into a Tom Cruise film. There are even more expectations at stake when the said Tom Cruise film is supposed to launch a film franchise that's set to rival the likes of Marvel and DC. The Mummy meets []... ...Read full review
Tom Cruise manages to stay fit at the age of 54 because he spends a lot of time running in his action movies. He also endures copious amounts of physical abuse, ranging from getting beaten up to thrown around; all for our viewing pleasure, while he gets a hefty paycheck in return. It`s a fair trade for the most part - these are popcorn blockbusters that are mindless fun, and everyone is reasonably entertained. So it`s hardly a shocker that Cruise ends up going through his tried and tested `Mission Impossible` motions in The Mummy. ...Read full review
What we are left with is our hero kicking up a lot of sound and fury, and sand, of course, with the promise of much more of the same to come. Not actively awful, but not a barrel of silly fun either. ...Read full review
The Mummy lacks the courage of its conviction and the fun of its nonsense. It falls right into a nether zone in between the conviction and fun. The Mummy gave a first draft of what all can be expected from this supposed Dark Universe- few cursed, unfortunate monsters with kind hearts and will to fight ultimate evil. While it`s too soon to speak for the rest, at least The Mummy lacks the thrill of a horror-action and is as predictable as any fairytale. ...Read full review