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New Oblivion Trailer: Tom Cruise Does A Bad Wall-E Impression

By Jodi Clager | Trailers | February 13, 2013 | Comments ()


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Oblivion is Tom Cruise's latest movie where his name is Jack. Like Wall-E, Jack works on a devastated and destroyed Earth, cleaning up and repairing things left behind. Jack has a wife, though, that lives on an orbiting ship with him. Jack has memories of a woman he doesn't remember and one day he disobeys direct orders to protect some pods with people in them. Guess who is in one of the pods? Later on, he gets captured by Morgan Freeman playing Laurence Fishburne playing Morpheus. Also, some of the space crafts look like a dick and balls. Enjoy the trailer!




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  • blacksred

    wow i turned the trailer off. Thats bad!

  • poopnado

    I love it when Tom Cruise gets sad-angry. WHO ARE YOU?!!??!11!!! Every time. I love it.

  • QueeferSutherland

    Short-E.

    Because it's a movie like Wall-E. That stars Tom Cruise. And he's a midget.

  • Uriah_Creep

    "From the director of Tron: Legacy"

    Well, there's your problem.

  • wsapnin

    We saw this trailer (well, I can't say that it's THIS trailer because I couldn't take watching it again) when we saw Lincoln and the first thing I said to mr.wsapnin is "Hey, He's Wall-E!"

  • rumcove

    I will watch this movie and hope for the tom cruisin' to die a horrible pointless death.

  • Kballs

    Not sure how I'd feel watching a big dick-ship approaching. On the one hand, it provides critical transport back to all the food and family and shit. On the other hand, you know . . . dick-ship.

  • Drake

    Looks like a few good ideas run thru a Dumbinator (Copyright Phineas and Ferb) until this movie was spit out.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Wouldn't Doofenschmirtz hold that particular patent?

  • Drake

    "Jack has memories of a woman he doesn’t remember" -- that's some rough phrasing there.

  • BWeaves

    That bothered me, too.

  • John G.

    I bet you could fill an entire HH supercut with just Tom Cruise saying "Who are you?"

  • MikeRoorda

    I'm calling it right now.

    They're clones sent from an automated seed ship to do thankless work on a nearly abandoned planet Earth. There's no actual humanity waiting to return to Earth. They all died somehow, and the corporation that Cruise and dispassionate redhead are working for to rehabilitate the planet has gone rogue or is comprised entirely of AI's/robots who no longer have humanities best interests at heart. Things explode. Truths are revealed. The corporation ultimately loses the fight because they don't have any feels, and it's our feels that save us. In the end we all learn the important lesson that indeed, the human spirit is the most resilient thing and will conquer all.

    Warm feelings, fist pumping and back thumping abound and we leave the theater feeling better about our species.

  • BWeaves

    My brain started wandering after "Things explode."

  • John G.

    Either that, or a simulated world that we have to be freed from, that we can only be freed from by our feels.

  • cruzzercruz

    I had a hearty LOL at the Wall-E comparison. I'd like to replace Cruise in all of his movies with that tank-treaded little scamp.

  • BlackRabbit

    Tom-E? That would make the scenes in Top Gun with Val Kilmer pretty weird though.

  • TheReinaG

    Less homoerotic, more roboerotic?

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Cruise is finally starting to look his age, it seems.

  • Lee

    And yet his mysterious love interest is a woman in her early 20's. Hollywood has done it again.

  • Olga Kurylenko is 33. Tom Cruise is still 50, but she's certainly not early 20's.

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