I think Edge Of Tomorrow is one of the best films of the year. It's not just edge of your seat nail biting entertainment. You'll also think about it when it's over, which is saying a lot in the flash paper world of big movie entertainment where stories are made to go in one eye out the other. Not gimmicky or derivative, it's actually about something we've lost touch with in American culture; perseverance in the face of despair. It's something the audience certainly knows about. The economy is fostering it upon 99 percent of us every day.
Every 10 years or so Hollywood seems to make a repeating day movie. I should know, I was part of one of the cycles. So I know how hard it is to do it well. The first one is an Oscar nominated short in 1989 titled 12:01 PM, directed by Jonathan Heap, widely regarded as one of the best short films eve...
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