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A chance encounter thrusts a woman and a charming but lethal operative into a series of adventures across the globe. As if dodging assassins and uncovering world-changing secrets weren't enough, she must now figure out if he is a good guy, a traitor - or just plain crazy.
Action Comedy - This is a star-driven action comedy that will definitely please fans
of Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. Some violent content and suggestive
humor makes the film inappropriate for young children. Language is
Berardinelli, Internet CriticFull Review Good Knight and Day flows smoothly and, like a milkshake on a hot summer day, it goes down cool and easy, even if the calorie count is a bit high.
Roger EbertFull Review Good "Knight and Day" aspires to the light charm of a romantic action comedy like "Charade” or "Romancing the Stone,” but would come closer if it dialed down the relentless action.
USA TodayFull Review Good It's a quintessential movie hybrid: a romantic thriller with exciting high-speed chases, brisk comedy and exotic scenery.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
Watching" write-up for this movie.
Based on a theater exit polling of 191 moviegoers:
CHILDREN:They loved "Knight and Day." Most rated it extremely high.
TEENS:Great reviews from both the males and females. Everyone enjoyed it very much.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS:The four males loved it as did three of the four females. Only one female rated it "Good/Average," which is a bit low.
ADULTS:These are almost great reviews from both males and females. By far, most really enjoyed "Knight and Day," rating it very high. Unfortunately, quite a few rated it "Good/Average." I have no doubt that most of you will enjoy this movie very much, but there may be a relatively small percentage that will be slightly disappointed.
At breakneck speed, secret agent Roy Miller (Tom Cruise) sends the ordinary-seeming June Havens'
(Cameron Diaz) life on a screeching detour . . . and vice versa. June boarded a plane in Wichita, Kansas and
began chatting up her charming, mysterious seatmate - Roy. Soon after, everything changed. Suddenly, the
plane was hurtling into a cornfield without any living crew or passengers.
Without even time to catch her breath, June finds herself being pursued around the globe -- dodging
bullets in Boston, leaping rooftops in Austria, and running from bulls in Seville - all in the company of a
potentially duplicitous, possibly unstable yet decidedly alluring secret agent at the center of a life-or-death
adventure that will push these two people from opposite worlds to do the one thing they've long avoided: trust.
Now, nothing will be the same again for them, as this exceptional secret operative finds himself undone by
ordinary love and this everyday woman finds herself capable of the most extraordinary things she could