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Though safely entombed in a crypt deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient queen 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.
ActorsStarring: Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance, Russell Crowe, Marwan Kenzari, Javier Botet, Selva Rasalingam, Dylan Smith, Chasty Ballesteros, Rez Kempton, Shanina Shaik, Bella Ava Georgiou, Jason Matthewson, Solomon Taiwo Justified, Shina Shihoko Nagai, David Burnett, Abdul Hakim Joy, Christian Knight, Hadrian Howard, Mouna Albakry, Michael Haydon, Stephen Thompson, Kelly Burke, Vera Chok, Tyrone Love, Sean Cameron Michael, Martin Bishop
Critic Reviews About The Mummy
A literal-minded, bumptious monster mash of a movie. It keeps throwing things at you, and the more you learn about the ersatz intricacy of its “universe,” the less compelling it becomes.
This reboot of a monster movie could have been creepy or campy, but it settles for the dreary action-blockbuster template.
A. O. Scott
The Mummy tries a fresh spin on the classic monster with a gender-swapped villain and Dark Universe connections but winds up a stale action reboot.
An odd but frothily entertaining genre cocktail, which coasts on the charisma of its two biggest names and keeps things just fun enough to forgive its considerable lapses in narrative.
The Mummy is not your usual lousy movie. It has been made with skill and hits its marks. But those marks are so low and so brazenly mercenary that it doesn’t feel like much of an achievement.
The first entry in Universal’s Dark Universe monster series gets things off to a so-so start; it tries to be a crowd-pleaser, but it seems its makers never decided exactly what kind of movie it is.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
A Tom Cruise movie has come to mean a professional production that is, if nothing else, good to look at. This one, his worst ever, isn’t worth a first look, let alone a second one.
Wall Street Journal
As the beginning of an ongoing series, it’s an utter bore, one with only the faintest grasp on what made Universal’s monster pictures so iconic all those decades ago.
The Mummy is just another Tom Cruise film where the 54-year old continues to sell us his man-child image. Neither scary nor engaging!