Knight and Day is a game of cat and mouse starring two of Hollywood’s finest. Cameron Diaz is June Havens an ordinary girl making her way home to enjoy her sister’s wedding. She crosses paths with Roy Miller, portrayed by Tom Cruise, who puts her in a rather dangerous situation that starts of with a plane crash. Roy is a secret agent who apparently has gone rogue due to a set up we presume. In an attempt to protect June he takes her home and asks her for her safety that she forgets she ever met him.
Pretty predictable that June does none of these things and in fact gets herself further into danger. As Roy must come to her rescue repeatedly June begins to feel that Roy is bringing all the peril in her direction. Insisting that they must stay together for her survival June lets her guard down and starts to trust Roy. The pair finds themselves in many life threatening operations. As June begins to believe in Roy and his mission she soon has doubts that could cause serious repercussions.
Tom Cruise comes back in a big way. His performance as the charming and comical Roy Miller was refreshing! Sad to say I don’t feel the same about his co-star Cameron Diaz. She played the usual Cameron part, but as Cruise’s counterpart her performance could not tread water. With several fight sequences and action scenes this film will visually keep your attention. The storyline is outlandish and predictable at times but overall amusing. Knight and Day does not knock is out of the park, but it’s attempt is not in vain.
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