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(Entertainment Weekly)   Xenu ensures Tom Cruise's Oblivion is the #1 film at the box office, bringing in $38 million and giving Cruise one of his biggest openings ever. Meanwhile, 42 was #2 and everyone has forgotten about Evil Dead   (insidemovies.ew.com) divider line 102
    More: Followup, Tom Cruise, oblivion, box offices, Ghost Protocol, Jack Reacher, The Croods, movies, Evil Dead  
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2013-04-22 09:42:39 PM  
first off YOUR NOT SUPPOSED TO KNOW OF XEMU UNLESS YOU ARE A 8TH LEVEL SCIENTOLOGIST
 
2013-04-23 02:06:31 AM  
It was a good movie.  Having seen "Moon", most of the major plot points were rather predictable though.

But the worst part was the movie took itself too seriously.  Overdramatic music.  No humor at all.  Neither Jack nor Julia showed any emotion or ever yell or scream or anything while they are flying around being shot at and getting banged around.  It should have starred Nathan Fillion with Joss Whedon writing the dialogue or something.

(BTW, semi-spoiler here: movies like this and Moon are a metaphor for the soul's journey, for waking up to how physical reality is an illusion and how to escape the cycle of death and reincarnation.)
 
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