Welcome to another Tom Cruise Tuesday! “The Mummy” came out a week ago today, and (of course) we had our copy the same day! We’ve decided to celebrate Tom today by taking a look at the Amazon BluRay. We have reason to believe that this is the same as the Target copy. There is also a Best Buy exclusive that includes a graphic novel! We hope to buy this before the end of the month and share details of that one as well.
For now, if you haven’t purchased the movie yet, you can do so here:
Welcome to Tom Cruise Tuesday!! This is a brand new feature we’re bringing to Buttered Popcorn, and we’re SO excited to share it with you!
Of course, we all know the truth: every day is Tom Cruise Day! But we’ve chosen Tuesday as a special day where each week, we will post a little feature: trivia, pictures, or mini character studies, all honoring Tom or one of his characters.
This week, in celebration of the digital release of The Mummy, we’ve decided to feature Tom Cruise’s character from the movie, Nick Morton. We’ve invited Nick to our virtual studio to answer a few questions for us. How does that sound, Nick?
Great! Let’s get started! First, here’s a bit of basic information about Nick:
Full Name: Sgt. Nick Morton Age: About 40-ish Occupation: U.S. Army: Long Range Reconnaissance Expert Hobbies: liberating precious antiquities Friends: Vail, Jenny Enemies: Princess Ahmanet and her zombie army, mad scientists, evil crows, gravity
Ready for our questions now, Nick?
Great! Read on to find out more about our intrepid soldier!
If you’d like detailed information about him, click below for info:
Welcome to Buttered Popcorn! Our first review is for Tom’s latest blockbuster, The Mummy (2017). We had a great time watching this flick in theaters (several times), and we can’t wait to share our true and correct opinions with the world!
Smartass Summary: The OTHER OTHER one with the airplane stunt.
Slightly less smartass summary: A guy gets two girlfriends, but would rather be rich and single.
Ok ok, REAL summary: Bad guy tries to take over the world, unlikely hero saves the world instead.
Buttered Popcorn likes this movie a lot! It has action, humor, seat-jumping “scares”, and it even takes on themes of good and evil, life and death, love and sacrifice. In fact, there are so many feelings in this movie, we think some people might have a hard time holding them all in at the same time. But that’s okay! At Buttered Popcorn, we love complexity, and we aren’t scared to cry and laugh and hide our faces in the same theater session!
Haven’t seen the movie yet? Fix that, stat! Check it out below: