Vanilla Sky ()

directed by Cameron Crowe
featuring Tom Cruise, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Jason Lee, Kurt Russell

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A remake of the Spanish film Open Your Eyes (1997), this thriller from director Cameron Crowe bears one of several discarded titles for his previous, Oscar-winning film Almost Famous (2000). Tom Cruise stars as David Ames, a womanizing playboy who finds romantic redemption when he falls in love with his best friend's girlfriend Sofia (Penelope Cruz, reprising her role from the original film). Before that relationship can begin, however, David is coaxed into a car driven by an ex-lover, Julie (Cameron Diaz), who turns out to ...

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mehaul

Feb 25, 2010

I've had this dream

TITLE: Vanilla Sky
GENRE: SciFi/Philosophical near future
CAST: The Cruzzes: Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Jason Lee, Kurt Russell
PLOT: This one's a tricky plot. A few truths which can be spoken: rich kid running inherited business jilts girlfriend and steals his buddy's babe for a night and falls in love. She evidently loves him too. Then things happen. The presentation surfs between flash back and the present as a story of some murder is being investigated. Beyond that, If you thought the twist ending of The Sixth Sense was good, it pales in comparison to this ending.
Cruise does some of his best work in this film (And he doesn't mind telling you in the DVD extra bits)
RETURN ON INVESTMENT: 9.25 of 10 The musical theme song Vanilla Sky is by McCartney! And one of his better efforts in years. The rest of the music is also top notch. The camera work excells, sets are NYC, Cruise's make up is better than first rate. The movie is good throughout and then the end is one of the greatest in movie history. Altogether it maintains your attention throughout.
ADDED DVD BONUS: The writer and director give away clues to the ... well just watch it and see.

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