Andrea Riseborough) still reside on Earth, working to fix drones that defend power sources from aliens, and are the only two people on the planet ... or so they think.
As the story progresses, some space junk falls to the Earth containing pods of human survivors in a deep-sleep-stasis. Jack goes to investigate the crash site and stops rogue drones form attacking. Shortly after, he gets kidnapped and meets Morgan Freeman, causing Jack to question everything he knows.
When I saw this movie a few months back, I honestly enjoyed it, despite the mixed reviews it received. Sure, the plot is kind of confusing at some points and the acting is a little over-the-top sometimes (what else would you expect from Cruise?), but in my opinion the film's stunning visuals more than make up for any flaws. Just take a look ....
|Tom Cruise pondering the great mysteries of life.|
|Bubble Ship flying over ruined city.|
|Prime real estate in 2077.|
|2077 Top Gun remake.|
Most importantly, though, the movie answers a single question: Who would win in a fight, Tom Cruise or Tom Cruise?
|Answer: Tom Cruise|