The Mummy

The Mummy

By Alex Kurtzman

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2017-06-09
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1h 50min
  • Director: Alex Kurtzman
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99


Tom Cruise stars in this spectacular version of the legend that has fascinated cultures all over the world since the dawn of civilization: The Mummy. Thought safely entombed deep beneath the desert, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) whose destiny was unjustly taken from her is awakened in our current day. Her malevolence has grown over millennia and with it come terrors that defy human comprehension. From the sands of the Middle East through modern day London, The Mummy balances wonder, thrills, and imagination.


  • I liked it, so did my son and his friends

    By Dan Mann
    We all enjoyed it very much. I held off for a long time and didn't rent the movie because of the poor ratings. I don't really understand why they were poor. Maybe it wasn't what people were expecting? I think there should be a sequel.
  • Incredible

    By #CLJ
    I hope that they continue this series. They've left so much to grow on that this can only improve
  • Stand out hit...?

    By Ronbo13
    So this movie is listed today under “Stand Out Hits”. I’m curious what Apple’s definition of that? It didn’t take in the cash. It’s Rotten Tomato score is 16%. Come on guys. If you want to get people to buy the movie, at least call the category something like “Movies You Might Have Missed” or “Summer Action”. This movie might have stood out... but it wasn’t because it was a hit.
  • Wishing all the main characters would die

    By Da Camel2
    This is one of those movies that requires a full suspension of reality and the natural responses of people. The original is better and doesn’t take its self seriously.
  • People need to lighten up.

    By throne14
    Watch it for yourself with an open mind. Some of these reviews are nonsense. Talking as if they didn’t even watch the movie. Maybe they saw the trailer and reviewed based on that. No idea. Bottom line is this is a fun romp in the Dark Universe (the monster movie world of Universal). It is well paced and I didn’t see the ending coming. I found there to be enough humor but it certainly wasn’t campy so it definitely feels different from previous iterations. I also don’t think that is a bad thing...
  • Too dark universe

    By chris.a.b.y
    This movie. Honestly, I don't know what I was thinking when sitting down to watch it. There are so many plot points that don't seem to make any sense, the characters are dull, the pacing is inconsistant, and the whole movie is too dark. Literally. There were times where you couldn't even see what was happening on the screen because there was literally no light on screen to show the action. I had to stop midway through because there was nothing to invest me in this movie.
  • The Mummy

    By GreeneyedAngel
    Was a great movie. It had actiion, kind of a love story, some humor and some surprises. I Loved It! I hope there is a part two, I would love to see where they go with this.
  • Awful, Terrible, and So So Bad

    By Bill I. Am
    I usually find myself at odds with most reviews that give movies bad ratings, and can usually find redeeming qualities that make a movie enjoyable to me. This movie us the exception that proves the rule. It is really bad. Full of humor that doesn’t work and is frankly uncomfortable to watch. The actors say their lines, like they weren’t given full copies of the script. From beginning to end, the whole thing seemed rather pointless and was too preoccupied with trying to establish a Universal Films monster universe franchise, we will hopefully never see. I am glad I bought this and didn’t just rent it. I like to have movie to play out of spite and send guests home early.
  • The Mummy is Dead

    By ATMMD
    And so is this movie.
  • Why Tom Cruise, WHY???😩☹️😫🤢

    By tmbanduccijr
    First off be forewarned: This movie is not worth $6.00 to rent, and definitely not worth $10 to buy. I suggest waiting another month or two for it to come out on cable and/or Netflix for free. Even then you will most likely regret wasting two hours of your life that you’ll never get back. Secondly this movie is just plain BAD. The story is redundant and ultra predictable. There is no continuity throughout, with confusing break-away’s, portly places flash backs, most of which are repetitive, boring, and without relevance to the main storyline. The actual filming technique is mundane and unoriginal. The best action sequences are the plane crash and even that was poorly executed. The CGI looks fake and the angles are confusing. Thirdly Tom Cruise is constantly running places. He’s either sprinting towards the trouble, or trying to hold hands with his girlfriend as they both bolt in the opposite direction. There’s way to many scenes of actors running here and there and all around the place but they never really accomplish anything doing it. It almost looks like the producer was padding the running scenes just to make the movie longer. And what’s the purpose of adding Russell Crowe to the line up only to have his character serve no purpose to the plot whatsoever?? I guess his name helps sell tickets. Overall the acting is terrible and passionless. It’s obvious Cruise was only in this movie for the money. Compared to his past works, this acting effort is subpar at best. In summary I am very disappointed with this film and cannot recommend it to anyone with half a brain in their heads.