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A single girl en route to a family wedding gets swept up in a fight between a rogue government agent and the FBI in this globe-trotting action comedy from director James Mangold Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma. June Havens Cameron Diaz is preparing to board a flight back home for her sister's wedding when she literally bumps into Roy Miller Tom Cruise in the middle of a busy airport. A few minutes later, they're making small talk on the plane when June excuses herself to the bathroom, and all hell breaks loose in the...
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Overview

A single girl en route to a family wedding gets swept up in a fight between a rogue government agent and the FBI in this globe-trotting action comedy from director James Mangold Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma. June Havens Cameron Diaz is preparing to board a flight back home for her sister's wedding when she literally bumps into Roy Miller Tom Cruise in the middle of a busy airport. A few minutes later, they're making small talk on the plane when June excuses herself to the bathroom, and all hell breaks loose in the fuselage. By the time June emerges Roy has killed everybody on board, including the pilots. After crash-landing the plane in a darkened cornfield, Roy tells June that she should expect a visit from government agents, but warns her that by cooperating with them she risks almost certain death. The following day, Roy's prediction comes true when June is confronted by an imposing gang of government spooks who come under heavy fire while bombarding her with questions about her mysterious traveling companion. Suddenly, Roy is back, and he's once again whisking June away to safety. But what do the agents want, and why do they insist that Roy is the one to be feared, and not them? Before long the girl who never traveled far from home is off on a wild adventure that will take her from the tropics to Austria, France, and Spain. Somewhere amidst all of the confusion and gunfire, June begins to forge a bond with Roy. Unfortunately, it's never quite clear whether her unpredictable protector is one of the good guys or the bad guys, and by the time Roy reveals that he's attempting to protect a valuable new energy source, there's no time for questions. Paul Dano, Viola Davis, Peter Sarsgaard, Maggie Grace, and Marc Blucas co-star.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Wilder Knights and Crazier Days; Knight and "Someday" Featuring the Black Eyed Peas and Tom Cruise; Viral Videos; ; Blu-ray Special Features; ; Wilder Nights and Crazier Days; Boston Days and Spanish Knights; Knight and "Someday" Featuring the Black Eyed Peas and Tom Cruise; BD Live: "Live Lookup Powered by IMDb
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jason Buchanan
Loaded with top-shelf star power, inventive action, gorgeous locations, and scene after scene of fast-paced, bloodless gunplay, Knight and Day possesses all the key ingredients of a breezy summer hit. But like a pair of good-humored houseguests who just won't take a hint, stars Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz overstay their welcome just long enough so that the good memories are slightly tainted by the faint stench of mildew after that invigorating first gust dies down. June Havens Diaz is preparing to board a flight back home for her sister's wedding when she literally bumps into Roy Miller Cruise in the middle of a busy airport. A few minutes later, they're making small talk on the plane when June excuses herself to the bathroom, and all hell breaks loose in the fuselage. By the time June emerges, Roy has killed everybody on board, including the pilots. After crash-landing the plane in a darkened cornfield, Roy tells June that she should expect a visit from government agents, but warns her that by cooperating with them she risks almost certain death. The following day, Roy's prediction comes true when June is confronted by an imposing gang of government spooks, who come under heavy fire while bombarding her with questions about her mysterious traveling companion. Suddenly, Roy is back, and he's once again whisking June away to safety. But what do the agents want, and why do they insist that Roy is the one to be feared, and not them? Before long the girl who never traveled far from home is off on a globe-trotting adventure that will take her from the tropics to Austria, France, and Spain. Somewhere amidst all of the confusion and gunfire, June begins to forge a bond with Roy. Unfortunately, it's never quite clear whether her unpredictable protector is one of the good guys or the bad guys, and by the time Roy reveals that he's attempting to protect a valuable new energy source, there's no time for questions. By staging energetic action set pieces aboard planes and trains, in cars on crowded freeways, and even on a motorcycle during the running of the bulls, director James Mangold works overtime to give moviegoers something new in Knight and Day. And, for the most part, he succeeds fairly admirably; bullet for bullet, Knight and Day might just be your best bet for a fun time at the flicks in a summer of adrenalized disappointments. Refreshingly, Mangold and screenwriter Patrick O'Neill prove that Hollywood filmmakers needn't always mine comic books or classic television shows to produce a summertime thrill ride that delivers the goods -- a factor that gives Knight and Day a distinct advantage amidst the rising tide of nostalgia-influenced multiplex programming. That's not to say that anything in the actual plot of Knight and Day is exceptionally groundbreaking or original, just that any film brave enough to deviate from the current box-office trends is already working at a distinct advantage since the public has no point of reference on which to rest their expectations. And Mangold makes this work to his advantage by toying with our perceptions and expectations just enough during the dialogue sequences to get us prepped for the next big action onslaught. Set against the backdrop of numerous exotic locales, those lively set pieces are made all the more watchable thanks to some impressive stunt work, and masterful cinematography by frequent Mangold collaborator Phedon Papamichael, who manages to capture the natural beauty of the film's many locations while never forgetting to keep the focus on the gunplay and chases. These days, however, it's nearly impossible to wander into a movie completely devoid of expectations, and for many it will likely be the presence of polarizing Hollywood heavyweights Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz that could determine whether folks will lay down their hard-earned cash for Knight and Day. Though Cruise and Diaz's onscreen chemistry is hardly combustible enough to set the screen ablaze, Mangold keeps the story moving fast enough to ensure that even those who cringe at the sight of Cruise's über-confident smile aren't blinded by his pearly whites before the action kicks in again. And while the supporting performances are fairly standard for this sort of fare, Paul Dano does manage to make an impression as the socially awkward inventor at the center of the vast conspiracy, and Marc Blucas displays commendable comic timing in his brief yet memorable role as June's lovelorn ex. If Knight and Day were just 20 minutes shorter, Mangold and company might have had the perfect popcorn flick on their hands. Instead what we get is a lightweight summer tent-pole that hits all the right notes, but just holds them for a few beats too long.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/30/2010
  • UPC: 024543723530
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Rating:

  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Cruise , Roy Miller
Cameron Diaz , June Havens
Peter Sarsgaard , Fitzgerald
Viola Davis , Director George
Jordi Mollà Antonio
Paul Dano , Simon Feck
Olivier Martinez
Maggie Grace , April Havens
Falk Hentschel Bernhard
Marc Blucas , Rodney
Lennie Loftin Braces
Rich Manley Danny
Dale Dye Frank Jenkins
Celia Weston Molly
Gal Gadot Naomi
Jack A. O'Connell Wilmer
Trevor Loomis Eduardo
Nilaja Sun Allison
Tommy Nohilly Randy Mechanic
Taylor Treadwell Gate Agent
Christian Finnegan Ticket Agent
Nicholas Reese Art Kid at Airport
Brian Dykstra TSA Offier
Brian Tarantina Scrap Yard Man
Natasha Paczkowski Petra the Tailor
Jerrell Lee Fireman Paul
Matthew Lawler Passerby Agent
Ronn Surels Flight Attendant
Eric Robert Bradshaw Bennett 18 Wheeler Driver
Scott Wahle Newscaster
Sara Underwood Newscaster #2
Helen L. Welsh Neighbor
King Orba Smuggler
Adam Gregor Train Cook
Mitch E. Bowan Medivac EMT
Gerald T. Carbajal Doctor in Hallway
Technical Credits
James Mangold Director, Screenwriter
Lisa Beach Casting
Jim Behnke Production Manager
Andrew Birdzell Set Decoration/Design
Michele Burke Makeup
Stephen Christensen Set Decoration/Design
K.C. Colwell Asst. Director
Donna Deseta Casting
Scott Frank Screenwriter
Robin Fredriksz Makeup
Todd Garner Producer
David Giammarco Sound Mixer
Quincy Z. Gunderson Editor
Jay R. Hart Set Decoration/Design
Andrew L. Jones Art Director
Laeta Kalogridis Screenwriter
Sarah Katzman Casting
Cathy Konrad Producer
David Luckenbach Camera Operator
Paul Massey Sound Mixer
Nicholas Mastandrea Asst. Director
Michael McCusker Editor
Maurice K. McGuire Camera Operator
Lauren Rodriguez Special Effects Supervisor
Andrew Menzies Production Designer
Arnon Milchan Executive Producer
Patrick O'Neill Screenwriter
Phedon Papamichael Cinematographer
Arianne Phillips Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Pink Producer
John Powell Score Composer
Rhythm & Hues Studios Animator
Joe Roth Executive Producer
Marsha L. Swinton Associate Producer
E. Bennett Walsh Executive Producer
Jeffrey Wisniewski Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Knight and Day
1. Scene 1 [:25]
2. Scene 2 [3:55]
3. Scene 3 [2:13]
4. Scene 4 [4:06]
5. Scene 5 [2:26]
6. Scene 6 [4:49]
7. Scene 7 [2:23]
8. Scene 8 [2:35]
9. Scene 9 [7:29]
10. Scene 10 [:41]
11. Scene 11 [4:20]
12. Scene 12 [3:04]
13. Scene 13 [4:40]
14. Scene 14 [6:31]
15. Scene 15 [3:55]
16. Scene 16 [3:00]
17. Scene 17 [3:12]
18. Scene 18 [3:51]
19. Scene 19 [4:59]
20. Scene 20 [2:55]
21. Scene 21 [1:20]
22. Scene 22 [4:37]
23. Scene 23 [2:06]
24. Scene 24 [:19]
25. Scene 25 [3:56]
26. Scene 26 [4:25]
27. Scene 27 [3:15]
28. Scene 28 [:34]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Knight and Day
   Play
   Set-Up
      Audio
         English 5.1 Dolby Digital
         Español Dolby Surround
         Français Dolby Surround
      Subtitles
         English For The Deaf and Hard Of Hearing
         Español
         Subtitles: None
   Scenes
   Extras
      Wilder Knights And Crazier Days
      Knight And "Someday": Featuring The Black Eyed Peas and Tom Cruise
      Viral Video: Soccer
      Viral Video: Kick
      Theatrical Trailer
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  • Posted January 20, 2011

    KNIGHT AND DAY

    One thing I must say to eveyone is this... don't go into these kinds of movies expecting to be intellectually stimulated. "Knight and Day" is a traditional "all out fun" kind of movie. No one made this thinking this is going to win any Oscars and for many of us filmgoers, we are alright with that. We go to see movies like this just because they are mindless and fun. "Knight and Day" is no exception. It has a pretty straightforward plot, sexy actors and lots of fighting, gunfire and car chases to appease a die-hard action lover. The romantic angle is fun to watch, no more than in the airplane sequence near the beginning. I enjoyed this in the theater and again on DVD. This is a just enjoy kind of action movie. Plain and simple.

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  • Posted December 18, 2010

    highly recommended

    I rarely go to the movies, but I loved this. Crkuise is hilarious. This is the best movie I've seen at the movies in while. I couldn't wait for it to come out so I could buy it so I could watch it all the time. If you like hilarious adventure blow 'em up movies. You'll love this.

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  • Posted December 8, 2010

    Surprising Fun

    I can't count how many times I've watched this film. The first time being in the theater, where husband and I were totally surprised that the film was fresh and engaging. The chemistry between Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz was spot on. The chase scenes were some of the most intense, and well executed I've seen in flims where most drag on and on. The writing was crisp and we went back to see the film again and again. Highly recommend.

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  • Posted December 3, 2010

    Not recommended

    This movie starts out promising enough, with a great scene on an airplane. Sadly though, after that the movie becomes nothing more than a series of action set pieces edited together.
    Cruise does his job, and Diaz does hers, but there is absolutly NO sizzle between the two of them, in a movie that badly needs to convey chemistry or else why would they continue on the paths they have chosen.

    On a side note, I fear that as the years roll on, Cameron Diaz will be one of those actresses that age doesn't treat very well (ie Bridget Bardot)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2011

    Wanna good Laugh?

    This was a great movie, especially for those who have a great sense of humor and/or just need to sit back and laugh their hearts out continuously. I've watched this movie over and over again. It's filled with one liners, the scenes never got old, it was a breath of fresh air, and one Tom Cruise's best movies. From what I learned in the special features, Tom, did most of his stunts(which there was a lot of). Also, the Black Eyed Peas made a great song just for this movie.

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