The Mummy


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 16%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 136408


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September 20, 2017 at 12:16 AM



Tom Cruise as Nick Morton
Russell Crowe as Dr. Henry Jekyll
Annabelle Wallis as Jenny Halsey
Jake Johnson as Chris Vail
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by pjgs200 7 / 10

It's really not that bad!

It's never good when you have to say "It's not that bad!" but I think the Mummy is being treated to harshly by critics. It has a 15% on Rotten Tomatoes. Really? It's not a great movie, but it is fun to watch and I thought the ending was very good. It felt a bit like a B- Movie in the beginning, but I still enjoyed it.

7 out of 10

Reviewed by Ryota Nakanishi 5 / 10

Life Force? The Mummy? : Jekyll versus the Mummy! Ahmanet and Jekyll Meet Tom!

Unexpectedly I found Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hide in this originally supposed to be a Mummy movie! What a remarkable sandwich I bought at theater!

In fact, mixing different feature monsters are fatal to serious attempt to the tradition of the genre.

Although genre mixture is functional, feature characters' combo is doomed to be not fanny comedy.

From other point of view, I appreciate Ahmanet's horribleness and making audiences think that is a kind of creature from outer space not like traditional mummy with OK bands.

Ahmanet is like vampire in Life Force. The filmmakers exactly were affected by Tobe Hooper's sci-fi horror classic.

Audiences bit confused about the feature of this film. Is it Jekyll movie or the Mummy or revive of the Life Force? I think this is the mixture of all of them.

Does it work? no...

5 out of 5!

Reviewed by kurt-2000 9 / 10

Don't Hate Me For Liking It...

Ok....I enjoyed this film, when I really shouldn't have. Anyone who points out that the similarities between the Cruise/Kurtzman 'Mummy' and the Brendon Fraser/Sommers version, would be correct. There is way too much in common, to the point where many people asked, 'Why do a remake for the 2017 audience?' And it wasn't just Tom Cruise taking Brendon Fraser's place. Jake Johnson takes John Hannah's place as the funny side-kick. Annabelle Wallis takes Rachel Weisz's character as the heroine. It was the good call of replacing Arnold Vasloo's villain with the lusty Sofia Boutella that helped create the seduction pull of this 2017 version. She brought in the male viewers, regardless of what male viewers would admit. And I like any film even better when Russell Crowe is in the cast. Ok....then if the 1999 version and the 2017 version are so much alike, why even like the 2017 version? Special effects ambience and story line had a creepier feel than the 1999 version. The 2017 version simply made more sense as a story. Yes, I know that the sand cloud with the evil face made a comeback, but lots of remakes have been made in Hollywood, and some remakes just turned out better. I gave this film a 9 because it just felt like Egyptian lore and evil incarnate. So in my household, toss away the Brendon Fraser version and keep the Cruise/Kurtzman version. The people who hate this film got polluted by the Fraser 'Mummy' films, or they believe Cruise is socially incorrect and can't stand him. I watched this film on HBO and have it saved for later viewing.

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