All You Need is Kill

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Director
Liam Guise
Runtime
0 h 12 min
Release Date
2 June 2014
Genres
Action, Adventure, Comedy
Overview
A mute Cartel enforcer-turned-informant and his longtime caretaker are forced out of retirement by their previous employer, looking for revenge.
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  • 5 Movie Stars Whose Careers Are in Trouble
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    Lifestyle Even in Hollywood, you have to deliver results if you want to remain employed. Every year stars fall off the A-list -- ask circa 2009 Nicolas Cage about that -- and find themselves in a shame spiral of B-movies, supporting roles, and eventually television (sorry, Robin Williams, who will be appearing in the CBS sitcom The Crazy Ones, and as the dad, no less). Who is about to fall off the top of the perch? var dataLayer = window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; dataLayer.push({ 'videoName': 'Magnolia - Trailer', 'videoType': 'Curated' }); 1. Tom CruiseThe success of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol less than two years ago gave his stock a bump, but apparently it was the stunts that were the star of that movie. In the three consecutive flops he’s made since -- Rock of Ages, Jack Reacher and the aptly-named Oblivion -- audiences didn’t even show up on opening weekend out of curiosity. Before Protocol, don’t forget, no one showed up for Knight and Day, Valkyrie or Lions for Lambs, either. Cruise is 51 years old, his boyish charm is finally gone, and he isn’t an action hero anymore. Audiences see him as their weird dad. He should give up on trying to rule the multiplex and start nosing around for more interesting roles like the one he had in Magnolia. Not that he’s fond of Paul Thomas Anderson anymore after Anderson made fun of scientology in The Master.Next up: Fighting aliens next summer in All You Need Is Kill. Sure. class="pages"> https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2013/7/12/5-movie-stars-whose-careers-are-in-trouble/ previous Page 1 of 5 next   ]]>
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