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New Tom Cruise ‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ movie got mostly positive reviews from top critics. Warner Bros. Pictures released their new Tom Cruise branded, Sci-Fi/thriller flick, “Edge Of Tomorrow” into theaters this weekend, and all the top critics in the biz, have submitted their reviews. It turns out that most of them liked it as it got an overall score of 71 out of a possible 100 score across 43 reviews at the metacritic.com site.

The film stars: Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, Jeremy Piven, Ciaran Hinds, Noah Taylor, Kick Gurry, Dragomir Mrsic, Charlotte Riley, Jonas Armstrong, Franz Drameh, Masayoshi Haneda, and Tony Way. We’ve included blurbs from a couple of the critics, below.

Richard Roeper from the Chicago Sun-Times, gave it a perfect 100 score! He stated: “Edge of Tomorrow is the ultimate metaphor about Tom Cruise’s career. You can’t kill this guy. He’ll just keep coming. And he remains arguably the biggest movie star in the world for a reason. He brings it.”

Kenneth Turan at the Los Angeles Times, gave it an awesome 90 grade, saying, ” It’s a star-driven mass-market entertainment that’s smart, exciting and unexpected while not stinting on genre satisfactions.” Peter Travers from Rolling Stone, gave it a nice 88 score, stating, “Liman keeps the action and surprises coming nonstop. OK, the end is a head-scratcher. Until then, Cruise and Blunt make dying a hugely entertaining game of chance.”

Matt Zoller Seitz over at RogerEbert.com, gave it an 88 as well, claiming: “The movie has an organic intelligence and a sense that it, too, exists outside of linear time. It seems to be creating itself as you watch it.”

Chris Nashawaty from Entertainment Weekly, gave it an 83. He stated: “Despite its terribly unimaginative title, Edge of Tomorrow is a surprisingly imaginative summer action movie.”

Elizabeth Weitzman over at the New York Daily News, gave it an 80 grade. She said: “Crucially, Cruise knows just how to pace Cage’s shift from cowardly to courageous. Yes, we get cool effects and impressive machinery. But he and Liman add unexpected humor and genuine tension to the seasonal thrill of blowing stuff up.”

Justin Chang at Variety, awarded it another 80 score, stating, ” The pleasure of Edge of Tomorrow is that it’s not an action movie first and foremost, but rather a cheeky little puzzle picture in expensive-looking blockbuster drag.”

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