Edge of Tomorrow
- Tom Cruise

Overview - Tom Cruise stars as a futuristic soldier who is killed during a battle with alien invaders, and lives out the last day of his life over and over again in director Doug Liman's adaptation of the popular Manga ALL YOU NEED IS KILL. In the not-too-distant future, a ferocious race of aliens dubbed "Mimics" have descended from the stars to stake their claim on Earth.  Read more...

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Tom Cruise stars as a futuristic soldier who is killed during a battle with alien invaders, and lives out the last day of his life over and over again in director Doug Liman's adaptation of the popular Manga ALL YOU NEED IS KILL. In the not-too-distant future, a ferocious race of aliens dubbed "Mimics" have descended from the stars to stake their claim on Earth. Five years after arriving, they're poised to claim Europe. Because the extraterrestrial invaders prove unusually proficient in responding to mankind's typical combat strategies, the military begins outfitting its soldiers with weaponized bionic suits that increase strength, speed, and agility. Meanwhile, the military is certain that, by conducting a surprise assault on the west coast of France, they can catch the enemy off guard and defeat them. With victory in sight, General Brigham (Brendan Gleeson) tasks Major William Cage (Cruise) with heading to the front lines and selling the war to the general public. Cage, however, is wary of the assignment due to his noted lack of combat experience, and unsuccessfully attempts to blackmail Brigham. Subsequently awakening at Heathrow Airport, Cage is greeted by Master Sergeant Farrell Bartolome (Bill Paxton), who introduces the sniveling major to his new unit, J-Squad, as a deserter and a con artist. The next day, as J-Squad prepare to make the drop and attack the enemy, they are ambushed. Somehow, the aliens knew they were coming, and almost as soon as Cage lands on the beach, he is killed during a fight with a Mimic. Much to his shock, he awakens right back at Heathrow Airport, where the entire scenario begins to play out all over again. Desperate to break the cycle when it continues ad nauseam, Cage seeks the help of Special Forces soldier Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt), whose victories on the battlefield have turned her into a high-profile symbol of human strength and endurance. Eventually, thanks to repeated efforts, he manages to convince Vrataski that he is reliving the same day time and again, and after conferring with brilliant but disgraced scientist Dr. Carter (Noah Taylor), the trio devise a plan to use his unique situation to gain the upper hand over an enemy seemingly able to predict mankind's every move.

Cast List

Stephen Davies - Actor/"Hanoi Hilton"
John Kay - Producer
Neil Lamont
Jeffrey Silver - Producer
Terry Bamber
Dion Beebe - DOP
Chris Carreras
Max Keene
Christopher McQuarrie - Screenwriter
Cinesite - Effects company
Simon Crane
Doug Liman - Director/Cinematographer
Sony Pictures Imageworks - Visual effects company
Christophe Beck
Tom Butterworth - Screenwriter, BIRTHDAY GIRL (2001)
Kim Winther - Executive producer
Elli Griff
Eamonn Butler
Julianne Jordan - Music Supervisor, THE ITALIAN JOB (2003)
Wade Eastwood
Simon Stanley-Clamp
Dominic Tuohy
Terry Madden
Mark Taylor - Sound/Sound Designer; Re-Recording Mixer
Tim Grover
Artemis Oikonomopoulou
Chris Burdon
Paul Lee - Animator
Christopher Learmonth
Matthew D'Angibau
Joby Harold - Director, AWAKE (2006)
Jeremy Hey
Matt Kasmir
Chris Lunney
Steve Nichols
Jeremie Winslow
Thomas Core
Katherine Tibbetts
Matt Kowaliszyn
Daryl Sawchuk
Joseph Zaki
Katie Goodwin
Hubert Chan
Richard Boyle - Visual Effects; Digital Background Artist
Diane Kingston
Jimmy Boyle - Sound/Sound Designer; Sound Effects Editor
John-Henry Butterworth
Rodeo FX
Sandra Germain
Sabrina Gagnon
Eva Abramycheva
Gary Brozenich
Dante Harper - Screenwriter
Philip Greenlow
Martin Chamney
Stefan Gerstheimer
Adam Rowland
Helene Becourt
Graham Martin - Production Coordinator; Visual Effects
Stephane Paris - Cg Supervisor
Vamsi Meduri
Tim Lewis - First Assistant Director; Upm; Executive Producer
Swain Shiv
Isabell Mayrhofer
John Szebegyinszki
Talia Felber
Wassila Lmouci
Mohammed Aseem
James Burke - Visual Effects
Julia Ferguson - Visual Effects
Sanjay Panchal
Matt Middleton - Visual Effects; Visual Effects Supervisor; Digital Backgroun
Graham Ashworth
Marc English - Visual Effects
Carl Jackson - Visual Effects
George Pembrey
Manuel Valdez-Mendia
Sanjay Baliga
Ann Chow
Alexander Eriksson
Arturo Orgaz Casado
Brian Ritz
Brian Yu
Aymeric Perceval
Sam Churchiil
Kris Wright
Charlotte Larive
Chris Hebert - Visual Effects
Mairin Platt - Visual Effects
Suzanne Labrie - Visual Effects
Marissa Tomas - Visual Effects
Julie M. Groll - Visual Effects
Marshall Petersen - Visual Effects
Barry O'Brien - Visual Effects
Franklin Mascarenhas
Bakshad Amrolia
Gus Melton
Laszlo Rikker
Eoin Greenham
Oliver Allen-Wielebnowski
Hiroshi Sakurazaka
Brendan Gleeson - Actor/"Braveheart"
Bill Paxton - American Actor
Noah Taylor - Australian Actor/"Flirting"
Tom Cruise - American Actor, RISKY BUSINESS, EYES WIDE SHUT
Thomas Cruise Mapother IV - American Actor, RISKY BUSINESS, EYES WIDE SHUT
David Kaye - Canadian actor/voice actor, 3000 MILES TO GRACELAND/INUYASHA
David A. Kaye - Canadian actor/voice actor, 3000 MILES TO GRACELAND/INUYASHA
Terrence Maynard - Actor, REVOLVER
Beth Goddard - Actress/ "Last Seduction 2"
Kick Gurry - Actor, GARAGE DAYS (2003)
Martin McDougall
Tony Way
Masayoshi Haneda
Emily Blunt - British actress, MY SUMMER OF LOVE (2005)
Mairead McKinley
Jonas Armstrong - Actor
Andrew Neil - Actor
Ronan Summers
Charlotte Riley
Anna Botting
Franz Drameh
Bentley Kalu
Lara Pulver
Dragomir Mrsic
Erin Burnett
Rachel Handshaw
Madeleine Mantock
Assly Zandry
Sebastian Blunt
Aaron Romano
Usman Akram
Martin Hyder
John Dutton - Actor
Dany Cushmaro
Jane Hill - Cameo

    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 113
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 883929386772
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: February 2018

Related Categories:
Movies > Action/Adventure

Related Keywords:
Time Travel
Alien Invasions
Alien Life Forms

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"GROUNDHOG DAY and STARSHIP TROOPERS make surprisingly compatible bedfellows in this cleverly crafted and propulsively executed sci-fi thriller." - 05/22/2014 Variety

"A narratively ambitious sci-fi actioner, EDGE OF TOMORROW plays out a familiar alien invasion apocalypse drama in a way that, through repetition, allows humanity to learn from its mistakes and have a shot at surviving..." - 05/22/2014 Hollywood Reporter

4 stars out of 5 -- "A playful and frantic science-fiction twister which mimics the best while offering something fresh and -- most importantly -- thrilling." - 05/23/2014 Empire

4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here’s imagination, spectacle and thrills to spare." - 05/23/2014 Total Film

"[T]he pulse-pounding action scenes are briskly directed by Doug Liman..." - 06/04/2014 USA Today

"EDGE OF TOMORROW is great, eccentric fun....Directed, with energy and élan, by Doug Liman..." - 06/05/2014 Wall Street Journal

3.5 stars out of 4 -- "EDGE OF TOMORROW will keep you on edge. Guaranteed." - 06/05/2014 Rolling Stone

"An entertaining, effects-driven black comedy, with shades of STARSHIP TROOPERS in its depiction of warfare as a futuristic turkey shoot..." -- Grade: B+ - 06/05/2014 A.V. Club

"EDGE OF TOMORROW ends up being a deliciously subversive kind of blockbuster....Deep down, it's the most feminist summer action flick in years." - 06/12/2014 Entertainment Weekly

4 stars out of 4 -- "[T]his movie has its own merits as an ingenious, wicked-smart and thrilling sci-fi adventure." - 06/04/2014 Chicago Sun-Times

"In EDGE OF TOMORROW, Mr. Liman brings Mr. Cruise’s smile out of semiretirement and also gives him the kind of physical challenges at which he so brilliantly excels." - 06/05/2014 New York Times

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