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Title: Knight And Day

Year Of Release: 2010

Review Date: February 28, 2011

Rating: PG-13

Running Time: 110 minutes

Box Office Gross: $261,924,837

Site Rating: 1 out of 10 stars

"Knight And Day" is the action comedy starring Tom Cruise, as a spy and Cameron Diaz, as his unwitting victim, who is dragged along on a preposterous journey to a number of nations. As common in these types of films, she falls in love with the leading man. Never mind he is insane (in real life too). But then again, so is she.  

The duo are chased all over the place by the U.S. government, who are trying to pilfer a new type of energy source, a battery, made by a young man named Simon Feck. Cruise's character attempts to protect Fleck.

This film was very derivative, unoriginal and corny. Furthermore, it's hard to take a film seriously made by two cult members, Cruise, a Scientologist that disgraced himself on the Oprah Winfrey Show and the Today Show and Diaz, a kooky Kabbalahist sleeping with everyone in Hollywood. Birds of a feather... 


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