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The Mummy [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [2017]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    91% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1318 out of 1464)

    Synopsis


    The Mummy
    Soldier of fortune Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) accidentally discovers the tomb of a female pharaoh of ancient Egypt named Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) during a firefight in the Middle East. But when he and a British Egyptologist (Annabelle Wallis) try to excavate the findings, the resurrected Ahmanet emerges from her sarcophagus with a plot to enslave humanity. Russell Crowe, Jake Johnson, and Courtney B. Vance co-star in this action-horror hybrid from director Alex Kurtzman, which is the first entry in a shared cinematic universe based on the iconic Universal monsters. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Tom Cruise
      Tom Cruise - Nick Morton
    • Russell Crowe
      Russell Crowe - Dr. Henry Jekyll
    • Annabelle Wallis
      Annabelle Wallis - Jenny Halsey
    • Sofia Boutella
      Sofia Boutella - Ahmanet
    • Jake Johnson
      Jake Johnson - Chris Vail



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    Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 1464 reviews

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Not As Bad As I Had Heard

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      MovieObsessed
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      I'm not a big fan of Tom Cruise. I have no idea who the Mummy actress was or the other actress. I watched it like any other movie. I didn't go in with any expectations and so it would pass or fail based on what I watched. I love the original Boris Karloff Mummy film. The sequels not so much. This film took it all and spun it around in a way I did not see coming. As a 'fun' action/fantasy film it was just that fun. I didn't love it but I enjoyed it. The one piece of irony is the addition of An American Werewolf In London story point which was so clearly ripped off - I realized oh Universal owns that so they could get away with it. I tried to watch the extras on the disc and found them painful to watch. Tom Cruise and his 'puppet' director were so wanting everyone to love what they did with the story. I didn't care and stopped watching them. I guess for the amount of money which was probably spent in the movie and promoting it - it might have been a financial disaster but as a no brainer/no expectations it was OK.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Non-stop CGI Action telling an OK story

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      Fred
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      This is a well-crafted film with likeable enough characters (although the film might have benefited from more character development in exchange for a little less action). It's main problem is a very weak story that seems to borrow too much from other films (for instance, Jake Johnson's undead character reminded me of Griffin Dunne's undead character in An American Werewolf in London, Russell Crowe's character reminded me of characters from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and they even used the face formed from sand directly out of the relatively recent Mummy movies with Brendan Fraser. The Brendan Fraser entries to The Mummy franchise are better because they blend in proper proportions action, humor, developed characters and entertaining stories. Although I like most of Tom Cruise's films, and I thought he did a fine job in this film, I can't quite bring myself to recommend this one.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Stop hating Tom Cruise and just enjoy the movie

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      sier0039
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      Sure this isn't the greatest monster movie ever made, but was everything perfect about Iron Man 1? It still started off the MCU in a real fun way and look where we are now! The Mummy (starring Tom Cruise) takes charge of the Dark Universe, and is loaded with teasers and easter eggs to boot. I never even watched the old horror flicks but caught a vast majority of the eggs on my first viewing. It's clear they're trying to paint a bigger picture here, but everyone seems hung up on the presence of Tom Cruise... The movie has some humor to lighten things up once in awhile, but generally follows more of an action/thriller plot line over a horror story. The action and effects were well done and I considered myself genuinely spooked when they wanted me to be. Not every movie can be The Godfather of filmmaking, sit back, relax, and enjoy an exciting new universe's creation via The Mummy.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      One of the most underrated movies of 2017

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      Schatze
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      I think most people including myself felt that there were enough movies abut the mummy out there when this one was announced.. It also did not seem to be a good fit for Tom Cruise. I tend to find movies about ancient Egypt to be interesting and so I gave this one a try. To tell you the truth, right from the beginning I was shocked about how interesting I thought this movie was. The ending was not quite what I expected, but all I can say is that it was definitely set up for a sequel. As far as picture quality is concerned, I would say that you will not be disappointed. The 4K picture was great on the Sony 900E I bought recently from Best Buy as well as the Sony 800 4K player. So, in conclusion, I enjoyed this more than most. If you are on the fence , then rent t first, but in my case will definitely be watching this again, hopefully with friends.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Picture & Sound For An Uneven Movie

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      MovieMinded
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      The picture and sound quality are exactly what you would expect from a summer tentpole 4K release. The movie itself is not as bad as everyone has made it out to be, but the story is very uneven and it's clear that the movie could have used more time in the script process. It doesn't know if it wants to be a horror/comedy or a straight up horror film, something the previous Mummy series was able to handle with no issue going for an horror Indiana Jones vibe which this one tries to do as well, but doesn't achieve. Tom Cruise gives the role his all, as does Russell Crowe. It's a mindless popcorn flick that doesn't top the previous series with Brendon Frasier but is fun non-the-less and is a great way to show off your 4K TV & sound system if nothing else.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not a Tom Cruise type role...

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      Gipper61
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      Thought this movie may be quite amazing, yet it left me asleep on the bed within 35 minutes the first time. The one thought that keeps resonating through my brain is that this is totally not a Tom Cruise type movie, genre or role for him to play. He is just wrong for this style movie and it doesn't work. I spent good money on this blu-ray and now I'm stuck with it and quite disappointed. Not the worst movie you'll ever see, but if you want Cruise in action movies then watch his Mission Impossible series as they are really well done. Don't waste your time watching this movie until it comes out on cable...

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not the reboot you were looking for

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      Electronaut72
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      This newest movie in The Mummy franchise is a bit weak. It's trying to kick start a new cinematic universe for the Universal monsters--this being the first assumed of many--but falls flat due to lack of direction. This is not the fault of Tom Cruise and company (I really like Russell Crowe as Dr. Jekyll), it just tries too hard to be fast-paced and take the series in a new direction while connecting itself with the other monster franchises (think Justice League or Avengers but with, well...monsters). Oh well, here's hoping the inevitable sequel can make amends somewhat.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Just a bad title

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      noonshadow
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      I really liked this movie. It had a big budget so it had great special effects. A different story line than one would expect based on the title. A real twist on the original " Mummy" story. The critics really killed this movie when it was released. This movie is a perfect example why you should take a critics review with a grain of salt. I added this movie to my collection. I wish their would be a sequel to continue this great story line.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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