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Current Rating: 2.50

Current Rating: 2.50

based on 284 votes and 96 reviews

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  • 1 stars I'm laughing because a cartoon has dominated the movie going people more than this flop has! Tom is boring, plain & simple.
  • 4 stars Very enjoyable and entertaining movie. I didn't go to see an oscar winner, so those who reviewed it as such should go for a check up! I wanted to see some entertainment, a fast moving story, and this delivered and i was surprised with some fairly scary scenes. Sophia and Tom Cruise were great. Russell crowe as Dr. Jekyll not so great but overall a good summer entertainer. Don't judge it for anything more!
  • 1 stars Too bad there's no option to choose no stars because I would have.
  • 4 stars I liked this movie. Good plot, good acting and endless possibilities for new story lines. This was way better than Wonder Woman.
  • 4 stars I found it entertaining.
  • 1 stars One star for the special effects. I actually like Tom Cruise in movies.. but not even he could save this one. Not sure if it was the writing, editing or directing... maybe all three.. but it was really bad. Just kinda shook my head afterwards, hard to believe it could be that bad.
  • Waste of time. Didn't like it at all, should have stayed home.
  • 1 stars Blah...plain & simple.
  • IT SUCKED
  • 1 stars 2 below me...should the media lie just so the theaters can make a ton of movies. The Mummy sucks and the media are doing what they should and possibly save someone some coin...If the media told you to jump off a bridge would you do it...they are doing their job.

The Mummy

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  107 min.
In theatres: June 9, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 2.50
based on 284 votes and 96 reviews
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Cast: Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Sofia Boutella, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance, Marwan Kenzari, Russell Crowe