Runtime: 124 mins
Genres Action Adventure Mystery Sci-Fi
Actors Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Olga Kurylenko, Andrea Riseborough, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Melissa Leo, Zoë Bell, Abigail Lowe, Isabelle Lowe, David Madison, John L. Armijo, Fileena Bahris, Joanne Bahris, Andrew Breland, Z. Dieterich, Paul Gunawan, Julie Hardin, Sebastian James, Ryan Chase Lee, Jaylen Moore, Booch O'Connell, Philip Odango, Jay Oliver, Daylon Micah Othello, Catherine Kim Poon, Lisa Raziano, James Ricker II, Jeremy Sande, Giovanni Silva, Jason Stanly
Even though Universal’s marketing department has requested that journalists refrain from spilling the keys of Oblivion, the important disclosures, as soon as they arrive, will scarcely surprise anyone familiar with Total Recall, The Matrix, as well as the innumerable other scifi touchstones hovering over this stunning, visually resplendent experience. Comparing the most recent action hero embodiment of Tom Cruise against a military of alien marauders, director Joseph Kosinski’s followup to Tron: rdquo & Legacy, is a rather intelligent dystopia mindbender with a human heartbeat that is gratifying, despite some questionable narrative developments across the way. The less than air-tight building and standard resolution might rankle genre devotees, though scarcely to the detriment of strong general B.O.
A Universal release presented in association with Relativity Media of a Chernin Entertainment/Monolith Pictures/Radical Studios production. Produced by Joseph Kosinski, Peter Chernin, Dylan Clark, Barry Levine, Duncan Henderson. Justin Springer, executive producers, Dave Morrison, Jesse Berger. Co producer, Steve Gaub, R.J. Mino, Bruce Franklin, Mike Larocca. Directed by Joseph Kosinski. Screenplay, Michael DeBruyn, Karl Gajdusek, based on the graphic novel story that was first by Kosinski. Camera, Claudio Miranda, editor, Richard Franchis Bruce, music, M83, production designer, Darren Gilford, supervising art director, Kevin Ishioka, art director, Mark W. Mansbridge, set decorator, Ronald R. Reiss, costume designer, Marlene Stewart, sound, Paul Ledford, supervising sound designer, Ren Kylce, supervising sound editors, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Al Nelson, re recording mixer, Gary A. Rizzo, Juan Peralta, special effects coordinator, Mike Meinardus, visual effects supervisors, Eric Barbra, Bjorn Mayer, visual effects, Digital Domain, Pixomondo, stunt coordinator, Robert Alonzo, associate producer, Emily Cheung, assistant director, Bruce Franklin, second unit director, Alonzo, second unit camera, Gary Waller, casting, Marcia Ross.