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MOVIE REVIEW
This week's reviewed movie is:
Knight and Day

GENE

SNICK

 GORDY

Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber

KNIGHT AND DAY

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Honestly, I didn't think I was going to like Knight and Day, but it's all about the chemistry between Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz.

Tom plays a very likeable spy who is funny and possibly out of his mind.

He can shoot you in the leg, then convince you he's done you a favor.

I liked the idea of more comedy than action, because the fun stuff is zesty and not quirky corny.

This movie is enjoyable to watch and has most everything for a summer action-packed film that works.

At least for me.

Shot in exotic locales with outstanding action sequences, Knight and Day is a no-plot adventure movie that will have you asking the question, "Is Tom Cruise a rogue agent or is he just plain crazy?"

Cameron Diaz plays the reluctant innocent caught up in intrigue and charisma as she acts like a complete dunce while travelling world-wide without a passport.

Still, it worked.

It's a mindless film that goes through its paces without any help from me.

The two stars, Tom Cruis and Cameron Diaz, both get a little outrageous in their new action comedy movie and seem to have fun playing together in an engaging action-filled tale set in various different locations.

This film is about a woman unwittingly drawn into the middle of a rogue government agent's dangerous world.

This flick has a few holes in the story-line, but isn't plotted to stand up to close inspection.

It's intended to be a bit shocking with its violent action and guns ablazing, but also enjoyable entertainment with a touch of adult romance.


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