Loosely based on Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s 2004 novel All You Need Is Kill, and directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity), Edge Of Tomorrow casts Tom Cruise (Risky Business) as a military publicist during an alien invasion who is killed by one of the invaders. Except that instead of dying, he wakes up to find he’s back where his day began, and with his memories intact. With the help of super soldier Emily Blunt (Looper), he does what he can to save the planet.
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Along with the movie, the physical versions of Edge Of Tomorrow also include two featurettes called “Weapons Of The Future” and “Creatures Not Of This World,” as well as a digital copy of the film, while the two Blu-ray editions add deleted scenes, something called “Operation Downfall: Adrenaline Cut,” and the featurettes “Storming The Beach” and “On The Edge With Doug Liman.”
Edge Of Tomorrow is currently available for pre-ordering from Amazon, with the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack listed for $22.99, the 3D Blu-ray/DVD combo pack for $29.99, and the DVD for $18.99, while the digital editions are $19.99 for HD and $14.99 for standard def.