Knight And Day’s Peter Sarsgaard on Tom Cruise

Knight and Day, starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz,  opens today.

My 3 sentence review: It’s not going to win any awards but this is a great summer movie. Light and breezy, it kept me totally entertained throughout it’s 109 minutes. It’s good to see Tom Cruise in this mode and he and Cameron Diaz have great chemistry together.

The film also stars Peter Sarsgaard as Cruise’s former CIA partner. He’s great in the film, as he always is. Here’s a bit of video where he talks about working with Tom Cruise.

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