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A young woman gets mixed up with a disgraced spy who is trying to clear his name.



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original title: Knight and Day

genge: Action,Comedy

 

imdb: 7

duration: 1h 49min

 

budget: $117,000,000

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A young woman gets mixed up with a disgraced spy who is trying to clear his name. June has a garage in Boston. At an airport heading home, a man bumps into her a few times and tries to keep her off the plane. He's under FBI surveillance; they wonder if he and she are working together, so they let both on a flight full of armed men wanting to arrest the stranger. He's Roy, he shoots his way out of trouble and tells her she's in danger. She's home the next day, miraculously, when agents pick her up; Roy saves her again, and a transcontinental chase ensues with Roy convincing her that he's the good guy, protecting an energy source that a rogue agent wants to sell on the black market. Can she trust Roy, and will trust matter when the bullets start flying? The tale begins at the Wichita airport, where we meet June and learn exactly two things about her: first, that she restores vintage muscle cars (so males in the audience will find her irresistible); and second, that she has a bad case of little-sister-getting-married-before-her. On her way through security, June repeatedly runs into Roy, himself a fetching grin sandwiched between windbreaker and sunglasses. June is bumped from her flight but is subsequently put back on it, only to discover there are just a handful of passengers on the plane, Roy included. (The reasons for June's bumping and de-bumping are obscure, an early sign that the screenplay--credited to newcomer Patrick O'Neill, but subsequently rewritten by half a dozen others) June and Roy flirt lightly until she visits the lavatory, at which point the other passengers, along with both pilots and the navigator, all try to assassinate Roy. Happily, he is much better at this kind of thing than they are, so he kills them instead, crash lands the jet himself, warns June about the nameless baddies who will soon come looking, and gently drugs her. She wakes the next morning in her own bed, with friendly Roy-notes offering life-saving advice scattered around her apartment.

To describe such plotting as ridiculous might sprain the term itself. Yet, for those of generous spirit and easily suspended disbelief (you may wish to re-read the previous paragraph before deciding whether you qualify), the first few reels of Knight and Day offer a kind of giddy, kinetic nonsense. The two (Cruise & Diaz) are even supplied with a handful of moderately inspired gags, the best of which doubles as an ingenious way to cut down on the studio costs of a big aerial escape scene. As backup, Peter Sarsgaard, Viola Davis, and Paul Dano offer above-average spins on the Scheming Turncoat, the Hardnosed Spymaster, and the Good-Natured Geek, respectively.

But in the end--or, rather, by the midpoint--it's not enough. Over time, the script's internal confusions become too vivid to ignore. (In particular, a subplot in which Roy, ostensibly for June's safety, contrives to have her captured by the very people he has claimed want her dead, achieves a level of logic-melting idiocy.) Worse, nearly every half-memorable joke in the film is told a second time, and in some cases a third--a textbook demonstration that recycling is not always a virtue.

What is perhaps most dispiriting about Knight and Day is what it suggests about Hollywood and the comedy-thriller-romance subgenre. Knight and Day, fails more typically. Nimble enough on its feet when cars are crashing and bullets whizzing--Cruise and Diaz's best scenes almost all take advantage of the incongruity of conversation at such moments--it has no idea at all what a man and woman might talk about when deprived of such violent backdrops. When the action slows, the dialogue, which ought to pick up pace, stalls as well. ("Fitz set me up.... That's when I met you," he tells her; "Who are you, really?" she asks him. "No one follows up or I kill myself than her") when it comes to action & comedy i love rush hour series i mean no film can beat those series with Jackie Chan & Chris tucker,but this time its tom cruise & Cameron Diaz doing a lot of fun in this funny action flick

knight and day 2010 is about a girl who gets along with a spy & goes to a crazy ride along with him.

with tom cruise on board it feels like your watching one of is mission impossible films with addition of random craziness & funky style.

i wont go into the plot detail i just wan to tell people that watch this only to get entertained .i loved it you you should watch it at least one time.

its filled with funny moments & action .

my rating is 10/10 must see hilarious adventure Despite its impressive pedigree and unshakable assurance, Knight and Day is nothing more or less than an average popcorn flick. Classic car restorer June Havens (Cameron Diaz) literally bumps into FBI covert agent Roy Miller (Tom Cruise) in the Wichita (Kansas) airport while boarding her flight back to Boston. Turns out that Roy is also on her flight, and everything they do from there turns June's life topsy-turvy as they become involved in an attempt to hide the Zephyr, a superbattery that can power a small city and never runs out of energy, and to protect its inventor, Simon Feck (Paul Dano). Unfortunately, Roy has been accused of going rogue, and both he and the Zephry are being sought by CIA director Isabel George (Viola Davis), FBI agent John Fitzgerald (Peter Sarsgaard), and Spanish arms dealer Antonio Quintana (Jordi Moll

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