Oblivion Review | Movies Hate You Too

Nicholas of Movies Hate You Too writes:

After reaffirming that he was still a bankable star with 2011’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Tom Cruise’s career took a few steps back with the disastrous Rock of Ages and the disappointingly mundane Jack Reacher. Now Cruise is heading back to sci-fi, a genre he’s had past success with while teaming up with Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski for the sci-fi epic Oblivion.

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aDDicteD1847d ago

i dont know why its getting low reviews, i watched in a theater and was amazed by the cinematography and i didnt even see it in imax or 3d, just a regular show, in fact just matinee and i was amazed nevertheless so i think an imax experience might give the movie more score, although its true that its not that good compared to other classics it was still enjoyable to watch, the FEW characters was a good move, especially to showcase a lonely post apocalyptic scenario in the moon. for me it worked there were some stuff that might be improved.

movieshateyoutoo1847d ago

I completely agree about the movie looking fantastic, it just didn't much for me in terms of sci-fi originality.