Edge of Tomorrow (Movie Review) and my Dolby Atmos Cinema in Promenade Greenhills Experience

Last Saturday, I was able to watch "Edge of Tomorrow" in the awesome Dolby Atmos Cinema at Promenade Greenhills
Dolby Atmos Cinema at Promenade Greenhills
Edge of Tomorrow is a movie based on the Japanese light novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka.  The film is directed by Doug Liman who directed some of my favorite action movies like The Bourne Identity (2002), Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) and Jumper (2008).  So, the great director Doug Liman in his forte genre (action mixed with sci-fri) and main casts is played by big stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt kept my hopes up for the movie.

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In terms of roles and acting, I'd the duo of Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt was exceptionally good.  To watch the two over and over and all-throughout the movie was a pleasure.  Well, no surprise from the award-winning actor Tom Cruise who plays as Major William Cage.  But, it was a really different game for Emily Blunt who stars as Sergeant Rita Vrataski.  I mean I loved her in feminine roles in The Adjustment Bureau (2011), Salmon Fishing in Yemen (2012) and Looper (2012).  But, I must say she was stunningly cool as she played the role of a warrior and Angel of Verdun in this movie.  
Nice Comfty Seats at Dolby Atmos Cinema at Promenade Greenhills
The movie was jump-pack with action save for the boring introduction.  The twists and turns were planned well so you'll have the thrill of the suspense till the last scene.  And, the movie was almost 2 hours long so it's really worth every cent. 
Dolby Atmos Cinema at Promenade Greenhills

I feel the Dolby Atmos Cinema which offered a 360 revolutionary sound system exemplified our movie experience.   It's awesome that a Dolby Atmos Cinema has speakers set up on the left, right and above you.  We could hear the planes hover from left to right or be surprised by the gun fire sounds scattered all over the place or the sound of crashing bursting from above us.  

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Plot-wise the movie is different in terms of concepts and ending from the book.  So you can't compare the two together as they are stand-alone.  I've seen a lot of time loop movies before like Terminator (1984), Groundhog Day (1993), 12 Monkeys (1995), The Butterfly Effect (2004), Looper (2012) and About Time (2013).  Unlike the rest, this had a really solid basis to support it.  The ending was really too happy for me but it is possible.  With his powers, he decided to return on an earlier time (I'm assuming a day earlier) than his previous reset point to his advantage.
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Overall, this is a must-watch movie!  Not sure if watching it in 3D is worth it though.