Another sci-fi movie of Tom Cruise that shows big promise. Groundhog Day meets every war movie, Cruise's characters continues to go back in time, changing the outcome of the future bit by bit. The trailer spells out the movie pretty clearly, so we'd know to expect a lot of explosions, Blunt's character dying probably multiple number of times and a lot of war action. I probably have the same expectations with this as I had with Oblivion. I just might catch it when it comes out on DVD (or will depend on the week's theatrical release - I don't mind watching explosive, blockbuster-y movies in cinemas, whether they deliver or not).