Insomniac Theater: 'Edge of Tomorrow' and 'The Fault in the Stars'

Will "Edge of Tomorrow" reign supreme at the box office?
2:47 | 06/06/14

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Transcript for Insomniac Theater: 'Edge of Tomorrow' and 'The Fault in the Stars'
Welcome back time for insomniacs -- a couple of good ones at the movies this weekend -- first up edge of tomorrow starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt who are fighting in. Alien race that is conquering the earth with a brutal force Cruz's character finds himself in a tying Lou. Fighting a losing battle over and over again eventually along with one's character. But each time they grow closer to defeating the enemy. Wait a second. Place. The thinking. -- Six in my blood. So maybe there's some way I can transfers and -- I've tried everything and doesn't look. Have you. You know. Tried all. All the options. -- -- of tomorrow is getting some really good reviews Victoria Alexander from the Las Vegas and former says terrific best of the summer cruises this charisma. As real chemistry with blunt. -- limb minute of the New York Post says -- Tom Cruise action flick with a strong female heroine and a sense of humor edge of tomorrow as both. Of those plus -- Groundhog Day style gimmick that pay some big dividends over and over again. All right next up the fault in our star is a love story. About two teach teenagers who have a lot to overcome they meet and fall in love medic cancer support group. Rather romance is doomed their charm and wit remind everyone what's truly important. Distance truly know what lessons and affection for -- just underneath. And Wendy and Angela. And then where everything mailings and -- Salt in our stars is also getting great reviews of Kirstie taco from. Cinema blend dot com says a fantastic film funny yet heartbreaking. And ultimately wonder -- And Randy Myers from the San Jose Mercury news says -- wise and sometimes funny Delhi Kelly reminding us to live and love honestly and fully. Well we all still have -- -- To movies it got pretty good news special is happening -- -- about -- against the movies maybe it is. That's when -- didn't -- -- well that's our news in this half hour from having to follow us on FaceBook at. WNN -- spit it out today fans dot com TGI at.

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