What’s new on DVD this week?

Wednesday 15 October 2014

New on DVD


Edge of Tomorrow (12A)

An untrained soldier is thrown into a brutal battlefield and quickly killed, before being forced to relive the same day over and over again, in an attempt to defeat the alien invaders that have taken the Earth hostage. Tom Cruise plays the main character and sends-up his action hero persona from his previous films.

A very clever storyline, and excellent special effects make this a very enjoyable film, but be prepared to jump out of your seat at some of the action sequences!

If you like this, why not try these other great films with similar themes?

Groundhog Day (1993, PG), Minority Report (2002, 12), The Bourne Identity (2002, 12)


We asked some Into Film Members to rate Edge of Tomorrow.

Check out what they had to say…

Brooke, age 11, said: “Amazing film it is. I recommend it to anyone 9 or over its an outstanding film it’s the best!!!! :)”

Matty, age 11, said: “Imagine going to war, fighting mutant monsters- getting killed by them and then waking up the day before you died… this happened! Tom cruise – performing his own stunts once again has made another amazing performance in this fantastic movie along with Emily Blunt. I watched this movie in the pictures with my friend and we both loved it! Amazing story line and great acting full of amazing action and phenomenal special effects. 5 Stars.”

Adam, age 17, said: “I thought this film was very good for a Sci Fi action film. Good acting from Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, I thought the film had really good designs for the suits and special effects. I liked the 3D, it was quite good in most scenes throughout the film.”

Iwan, age 13, said: “This film was truly amazing and so much better than oblivion. What I really loved so much about it was that it was able to be very clever but not confusing. It had a great story and brilliant acting from Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. The best sic fi since spielberg’s minority report (also starring Tom Cruise).”

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