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The Mummy
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
IMDB rating:
Alex Kurtzman


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Russell Crowe as Dr. Henry Jekyll
Erol Ismail as Ahmanet's Warrior
Sohm Kapila as Reporter
James Arama as Second Man
Stephen Thompson as First Man
Matthew Wilkas as Reporter
Chico Kenzari as Malik
Sean Cameron Michael as Archaeologist
Annabelle Wallis as Jenny Halsey
Jake M. Johnson as Chris Vail
Rez Kempton as Construction Manager
Sofia Boutella as Ahmanet
Courtney B. Vance as Colonel Greenway
Tom Cruise as Nick Morton
The Mummy Storyline: Though safely entombed in a crypt deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess, whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened in our current day bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension.
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This Mummy is Deader than Most
What are you doing Universal?

Perhaps that's not the right question. You're making your Dark Universe franchise which is your answer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe except instead of superheroes you have monsters. That's cool and given the history of monster movies of the past, it makes as much sense as any cinematic universe. Your goal was to start this universe with 2014's "Dracula Untold", but you changed your minds when that movie was (rightfully) poorly received. So, now you're going to try to start this franchise off with this new version of "The Mummy". Hell, you even got Tom Cruise to star and Russell Crowe to co-star as Henry Jekyll, undoubtedly being set up for his own solo movie.

However, the kicker here is that "The Mummy" is actually a worse movie than "Dracula Untold". "Dracula Untold" was a generic action movie with a Gothic setting and tone. Was it the right way to treat a Dracula movie? Of course not, but at least it was cohesive and had a clear point to it's existence. I cannot say the same for "The Mummy".

"The Mummy" begins in England, where a secret tomb is discovered and we see news broadcasts telling us all this speculation about what this tomb could be. Then, the movie begins again giving us the origin of this film's titular mummy Ahmanet, played by Sofia Boutella. Then the movie begins for a third and final time showing us Nick Morton (Cruise) and Chris Vail (Jake Johnson) looking for artifacts in Iraq. You might think such a location would be a setup for a commentary on war but you'd be wrong. The Iraq setting only provides some incredibly poorly cobbled together action. For some unfathomable reason, the heroes find an ancient Egyptian Iraq. To the filmmaker's credit, they do at least think to bring up the question; they just neglect to answer it. If this movie's goal was to make "Kong: Skull Island" appear to be a deeply intellectual thinkpiece by comparison, then mission accomplished.

Say what you will about 1999's "The Mummy", at least it was a fun movie despite it's many flaws. 2017's "The Mummy" spends time pretending to be horror and other times pretending to be action. David Koepp and Christopher McQuarrie are listed as screenwriters for this garbage fire, which is baffling considering the talent they've shown in the past. I am less impressed with director Alex Kurtzman who is primarily known as a writer for such films as "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", ""Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen", and "The Legend of Zorro". My opinion of him is very simple, without some sort of hand to guide him like JJ Abrams, his work ends up being rubbish. "The Mummy" has done nothing to dissuade this opinion. What's worse, Universal hired him to work on other stories in their Dark Universe. So, my original question still holds merit. Not in that I am unsure what Universal is doing, but I don't think they have any idea how to successfully reach their goal.

So, what are you doing Universal?
A big disappointment
The trailer looks very exciting and we went for this movie with my wife. This is the first time that we wanted to leave a cinema room due to the poor scenarios and actors. Too much extra things made the movie turning to be simply stupid and boring. I have seen previous Mummy movies and by far this is the worst one. I simply wasted my money that day.
A Big Budget Ouchie: Needs Lots of Bandages
Failing to point out similarities that new movies share with old ones is like ignoring a familiar face who says hello... After bumping right into you...

So it's important to mention that The Tom Cruise MUMMY is, in its core, almost exactly like AN American WEREWOLF IN London, arguably the greatest werewolf picture ever and, directed by John Landis, centers on two doomed vacationing hikers: one gets killed by an initial attack, the other injured: The latter has ominous, foreboding dreams while his not-very-pleasant-looking dead friend appears randomly, offering spooky yet cordial reminders that he, the living, must also die to lift The Curse...

After a little while, the same thing occurs concerning two American soldiers in Iraq. Tom Cruise and his reluctant buddy — a whiner so saturated with fevered sarcasm you would think he'd remain the comic relief sidekick (like John Hannah in the 1999 version) against Tom's Indiana Jones-like determination to make digging up artifacts a number one priority... Soldiering be damned...

Of course there's a beautiful girl. Actually, two. One is the ingenue and the other, as you probably already know by the promotions, is our title antagonist: an ancient and lustful, tattoo-faced black widow who literally gets inside old Tom's head. He even says at one point: "She's in my head."

Leading to surreal moments where the director attempts combining a Mind-Trip- Thriller Sub-Genre to the Action-Fantasy Mainline — along with a few violent battle scenes with the frantic pace of THE WALKING DEAD, WORLD WAR Z or any sinewy CGI zombie outing, it's impossible to distinguish who or what should be feared most since they all look alike, and do the same thing: Attack and Attack, and Attack some more.

The plot-line, having to do with our flawed hero attempting to reverse this particularly personal Mummy's Curse, is contrived, forced. And then there's Russell Crowe, who narrates the prologue set way, way back during The Crusades, only to return as... get this... a doctor named Henry Jekyll in the present time. Funny thing is, the surrounding characters are actually surprised when it's revealed what he's been... Hyding all along...

Crowe's entire role is a banal, superfluous distraction to one of the most unnecessary reboots ever. And it's no surprise that, being a Tom Cruise vehicle, when it comes down to it, everything's about him. Like in the first MISSION IMPOSSIBLE — what had been an eclectic ensemble becomes a one man show. It's more like THE DADDY than THE MUMMY. Or perhaps THE DUMMY since he makes all the wrong decisions, and is hardly someone to root for or care about. In fact, along with the pouting love-interest, no one on board has anything to say, or add to the overall mindless void of it all. Somewhere, though, Brendan Frasier is smiling. Perhaps imagining himself as the new Maverick in the upcoming sequel to... Okay, now we're pushing it... (
What a terrible movie and a lot of wasted potential
I've never written a movie review before, but after seeing this one I just had to, I was so disappointed. I was a kid when the previous Mummy series came out, and those movies were infinitely more interesting/entertaining. Its a huge disappointment because this film falls apart for several reasons:

Story- Cursed Egyptian princess is awoken after 5,000 years. Okay, awesome. Has all the same powers as previous incarnation, Imhotep (controlling sands, super strength, animating corpses, etc.). Okay, cool- could've been a little more creative/ original, but okay. You cast Sofia Boutella as the new Mummy- super awesome (I'd never even heard of her before this movie and now I'll probably go see everything else she's ever in).

And then the best the writers come up with is that the endgame for such a powerful entity would be... to just summon a more powerful entity than her into existence? Way to drop the ball- someone should be fired for that hack job. The potential was there to make Ahmanet an infinitely interesting character ( Sofia Boutella's seductive charm alone has you routing for Ahmanet half the movie) but they reduce her to an eye-candy role, writing her to literally need Tom Cruise's body to do what she has set out to do (not even going to delve into that ridiculousness). At least when they wrote Imhotep in the previous incarnation, it made sense in that his motivations were his own power, not someone else's.

And that's without even touching on the rushed backstory for Ahmanet, or the fact that there is really no development in the relationships between the characters nor the characters themselves.

Action- Its like they somehow took all the iconic scenes from the previous incarnation and made them awful. The Mummy absorbing people's life force. The images when the mummy is controlling the sands. The chase/escape scenes. Not only were none of these concepts elaborated on, they somehow managed to make them less interesting this time around, too. If you don't believe me, go back and watch the 1999 version.

Cast- This is probably the most egregious problem with this movie, and its very disappointing because it wasn't all bad. Russel Crowe as Dr. Jekyll? Brilliant. Absolutely awesome portrayal of the Jekyll/Hyde characters delivered masterfully. Previously mentioned Sofia Boutella as the Mummy? What a perfect choice for the role. Even Jake Johnson's Sgt. Vail would've been good if the writing had been better. But 54 year old Tom Cruise as the lead? Embarrassing. Say what you will about Brendan Fraser, but in 1999 he had hit his stride and was funny and charming. He was also in his 30's and much more believable as a treasure-hunting action star. There's no point in even talking about the casting choice of Annabelle Wallis, because her presence might as well have been non-existent after the scene where she slaps Tom Cruise in the face (you know, right at the beginning). The writing didn't make it believable that she is an archaeologist, and the performance isn't memorable in the slightest. Especially if we're comparing that to 1999 Rachel Weisz's Evie who was a dream-babe.

And even without the comparisons, if the two most interesting/compelling characters in your hero-saves-world action movie are A) a character who had all of 10-15 minutes of screen time, and B) the main antagonist, then you did something way wrong.

All in all this was a sad attempt to reboot an awesome story which had great potential- a solid frame of reference in the previous incarnation, a darker, more dramatic/less goofy tone, and almost 2 decades in updates to CGI/special effects which could have made for much more compelling supernatural/action scenes- but it was squandered with terrible writing and awful casting which lead to hollow performances.
Not worth digging up
Mummy movies date from 1932 when Boris Karloff was first bandaged up. Hammer exhumed several mummies, starting with Christopher Lee in 1959. Then in 1999 Stephen Sommers launched a spectacular new series with Brendan Fraser busily trying to send Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo) back to hell. The Imhotep movies were strong on CGI, as pacy as an Indiana Jones adventure and full of humour. This new version has plenty of CGI, an uneven pace and heavy-handed humour that mostly falls flat. Sofia Boutella may be sexier than Arnold Vosloo, but his Imhotep had a lot more charisma than her Ahmanet.

The desperate writers have also transcribed Dr Jekyll from Victorian London to a 21st-century laboratory, but he doesn't add anything to the mix other than make Russell Crowe look uncomfortable at lowering his standards. Tom Cruise seldom chooses a dud role, but here he has: his Ethan Hunt action man doesn't really work as Indiana Jones. The Mummy comes to life but the movie does not.
Great movie, not sure what the critics watched
This was a fairly critic-proof movie for me. I was going to watch it anyways. I just can't trust critics anymore, and it's disgusting to see how their opinions poison the judgment of those too naive to understand what sort of outside influences affect the review process.

Compared to Wonder Woman last week, this was a far superior movie. I'm not sure how that film got rave reviews while this one got trashed. It's really sad to see that you really can't trust reviews anymore.
Adventurous, scary, other words, FUN!
People, it's way past time to stop making comparisons to previous versions. It's time to stop nitpicking at every single thing. It's time to get off the high-and-mighty pedestals you've set other films on. It's time to stop looking for high-class art in every film. It's far beyond time for you to just go to the cinema and experience the one thing, the sole thing, movies were invented for.


The Mummy (2017) is one particular film that was made for fun and enjoyment. It has comedy that does not feel at all forced, scares, creeps and thrills that will have you on the edge of your seat, a menacing, creepy and bloodthirsty implacable villainess who will always be in your mind's eye after you leave the theater, and of course heart-stopping, intense, (mostly) non-CGI action.
Pretty good Mummy movie
I don't understand all the bad reviews. If you like Tom Cruise movies then you are definitely going to like the Mummy. The supporting cast also does a very good job. Sofia Boutella is beautiful and acted as you would expect any 1,000 year old Egyptian mummy to act, after being cooped up for so long. Annabelle Wallis also played the Tom's, somewhat, jilted girlfriend, as you would expect any slightly used person to feel. The cameo part that Jake Johnson provided ..very.. subtle but none the less, semi-slapstick humor. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention Russell Crowe. Russell is an actor and was paid to do a job, which, on screen,...was not given time for much character development (perhaps in a sequel). The action and graphics were superb and because we go to a Tom Cruise Mummy movie to see a Tom Cruise Mummy movie,... if you're a fan, then you don't want to miss this one on the big screen. Enjoy.
Dark Universe off to a bad start
If #TheMummy is supposed to be the beginning of Universal's ambitious Dark Universe that showcases their classic monsters in one big shared cinematic crossover, then they're off to a terrible start.

There's probably only a couple of sequences that somewhat thrill, the rest are just a continuous string of one poorly written, poorly acted and poorly executed scene after another. It feels more like sitting in a dentist's waiting room as opposed to rockin' on a roller coaster ride. And Tom Cruise is just wrong for this role, a huge case of miscast. Perhaps they should just press the reboot button again.

Sofia Boutella plays an evil ancient princess imprisoned in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert. When a couple of treasure hunters and an archaeologist awaken her in our present day, she returns to life to reclaim her destiny while at the same time unleashing unimaginable terrors in this new take that ushers in a new world of gods and monsters. Co-starring Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Russell Crowe and Jake Johnson, directed by Alex Kurtzman.

The concept of what the writers and director Alex Kurtzman is trying to present to us with "The Mummy" is nothing new, in fact it's quite predictable, but the biggest problem about it is that along the way from point A to point B, they fill it in with moments that just don't work. And it gets even more frustrating when they bring it up again the second, third and fourth time as if shoving it down our throats would make it better. The jokes fall flat so much so you kinda feel sorry for Jake Johnson who clearly wants to make some effort as this film's comic relief. There are also parts that are just absolutely pointless and unnecessary. The characters including Dr. Jekyll frequently draw conclusions out of their butts. I do think "The Mummy" is what happens when the story is forced to serve the visual spectacle instead of the other way around. That said, rising star Sofia Boutella is a marvelous choice, she exudes that thirst for power effortlessly in addition to being incredibly seductive.

But of course, just as expected, instead of it being a movie about Sofia Boutella's The Mummy, it becomes all about Tom Cruise, who as I said earlier is just awfully wrong for this role. I understand that the studios probably think that banking on a A-lister would translate into box office results, but fact of the matter is outside "Mission: Impossible" franchise, Cruise just doesn't fit anywhere else anymore. The character that he plays here is is a thieving treasure hunter, much like Nathan Drake from "Uncharted" games, but all you see on the screen instead is special agent Ethan Hunt desperately trying to be someone he's not. By the end of "The Mummy" you're going to have second thoughts about anticipating the next installment of this Dark Universe, and you're going to want to wish Brendan Fraser had still been around.

-- Rama's Screen --
The critics lie! The Mummy was exciting, well made, fun and action pact!
What could have happened to get such a fast angry mob of movie critics and bloggers to so quickly trash The Mummy days before it came out? Well, I saw it and for the life of me could not find much to complain about.

I understand that a persons opinion of a movie is just that, an opinion. Yet a couple of days ago sitting at my desk I start seeing a flood of negative reviews about The Mummy. So I read, and I read, and I continued to read words such as horrible, terrible, worst Tom Cruise movie ever, etc etc. So I decided to go to the movies today and just see this apparent train wreck of a movie. I sat there and was willing to accept what ever apparent "garbage" they threw at me. I mean I managed to stay through the entire Suicide Squad and I have to admit that was a mess, horrible in my opinion because they tried to cram way too many leading rolls down my throat.

So after watching The Mummy do I agree with the premature flood of angry reviews? Reviews I was almost forced to endure on my many devices as if a global event was happening. I was told The Mummy was not good, not good at all in many words. Well the truth is the critics lie and apparently bullying a movie out of the box office is a live and well.

I was actually quite happy with The Mummy. I liked Nicks character played by Tom Cruises who I felt was believable for a fun summer action movie. I enjoyed Jenny, co-star Annabelle Wallis who fit the roll well and did not annoy me like some actors can when it comes to 'running and screaming'. I sat through the entire movie and at one point I actually was looking for something to complain about. I personally did not like Russle Crow as Jekyll because I felt, in all honesty he was too fat for the roll. Sofia Boutella did a great job as the main villain. I could feel her feel her rage and madness and at one moment she made me jump. Guess the 3D helped there.

So, what I have learned is never believe a movie critic until you see the movie for yourself.
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