The story of Edge of Tomorrow takes place in the future where Earth is at war with a invading alien force. The film's protagonist, Lt. Bill Cage, is inadvertently drafted to fight in the upcoming battle. During the day of reckoning, Cage gains the power of repeating time. With the help of decorated soldier Rita Vrataski (played by Emily Blunt), Cage tries to find a way to defeat an enemy that is always two steps ahead of them.
While this concept of time travel has been used before, the idea of repeating a day did work in favor for the film. The execution of the story kept the repeat concept refreshing and added to the story's overall tension. While the idea of repeating time worked, there were moments where I felt disconcerted with how many times Cage went through the same day. The event happen so much that I felt out of place while watching this film. I realized that this might have been the idea in the story's direction, but I couldn't help but feel an air of confusion every now and again.
The futuristic world of Edge of Tomorrow was quite believable. While this is not the first we have seen theEdge of Tomorrow was great. I can't say there moments that were jaw-dropping, but the actions scenes had plenty of intensity to peak my interest. likes of exosuits, the movie utilizes these devices to the best of their abilities. The likes of the exosuits lead to some exciting moments in this sci-fi film. In fact, all the action of
While it uses traits seen in other movies, Edge of Tomorrow is still an engaging film on time travel. The movie grips with its ideas and concept, and it had two great leads that kept me invested. Not only was this movie innovative in its use of time travel, but it was also an enjoyable blockbuster. There are plenty of action packed moments that can keep any moviegoer interested. So Edge of Tomorrow is a film that makes you think while being an entertaining ride; and that's always a good combination in my book.