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Knight And Day English Movie Original Dvd Rip

Knight And Day English Movie



Directed by James Mangold
Produced by Cathy Konrad
Todd Garner
Steve Pink
Written by Patrick O'Neill
Starring Tom Cruise
Cameron Diaz
Peter Sarsgaard
Maggie Grace
Paul Dano
Marc Blucas
Viola Davis
Jordi Mollà
Music by John Powell
Cinematography Phedon Papamichael
Editing by Quincy Z. Gunderson
Michael McCusker
Studio Regency Enterprises
New Regency Pictures
Dune Entertainment
Pink Machine
Tree Line Film
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) June 23, 2010 (2010-06-23)
Running time 109 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $117,000,000[1][2]
Gross revenue $183,484,852[3]


Knight and Day follows the adventures of Roy Miller (Tom Cruise), a rogue spy and June Havens (Cameron Diaz), a car restorer, who accidentally run into each other at Wichita Airport. Havens is making her way back home to Boston from Wichita after picking up spare parts for her dad's classic GTO car, which she is restoring for her sister as a wedding gift. At the last minute, however, she is told that the airline is overbooked  and so she will have to take a later flight. Then just before the plane is scheduled to take off she is informed that there is room for her to travel on this flight. Unbeknownst to Havens, FBI Special Agent Fitzgerald (Peter Saarsgard) is monitoring Miller's movements and, believing she is working with Miller, puts her back on the flight list. Once on board the flight Havens is completely taken with Miller who, whilst Havens is freshening up in the restroom, is attacked by the remaining passengers and crew. After she emerges from the restroom Havens kisses Miller who calmly informs her that everyone onboard is dead, including the pilots. Thinking that he is joking, Havens plays along until Miller enters the cockpit and amdist some turbulence  she sees the dead bodies being thrown around the cabin. After crashing into a corn field Miller delivers Havens safely back home after drugging her and warning her not to discuss him or that night's events with anyone, especially with federal agents who, despite assurances to the contrary, will imprison or kill her.

Waking up at home the following morning, Havens struggles through the day trying on bridesmaid dresses for her sister, April's (Maggie Grace) wedding. Talking over what to do with their dad's GTO car Havens is shocked to learn that April wants to sell it. She walks out of the shop and is accosted by a group of intelligence agents who with assurances that she will be safe drive her away. She is shown some files pertaining to Miller and she begins to get apprehensive until Miller shows up and, through a long gunfight along the highway, kills several agents and reclaims her.

Havens, however, doesn't know who or what to believe and flees at the first opportunity. Seeking some comfort she contacts her former boyfriend, Rodney (Marc Blucas), who works as a firefighter. But, upon hearing her story he thinks she is merely stressed and is playing out some kind of fantasy until Miller arrives. He kidnaps Havens, handcuffing her and shoots Rodney in the leg, telling him this will all turn him into an overnight hero and virtually guarantee his promotion to lieutenant.

Miller explains that Havens is safer with him; and Havens agrees to follow him as they go to pick up Simon Feck (Paul Dano), a genius inventor who created a perpetual energy battery called the Zephyr. Miller arrives at his safe house where he left Feck, only to find him gone, and the two are ambushed by men belonging to Antonio (Jordi Mollà), a Spanish arms dealer. After Miller again drugs Havens, she drifts in and out of consciousness between their capture and escape from Antonio's men, and Miller brings her to an island that is off the grid, which Miller uses as a safehouse. After leaving Miller in frustration to wander the island, Havens accidentally leads Antonio's group straight to the hideaway by answering a cell call from her sister. They try to kill Miller and Havens with a remote drone.

Again knocking out Havens, Miller transports them to a train heading through the Alps, which Feck left as a message in code for Miller. Havens, missing a message from Miller, leaves to get dinner and encounters Danny (Rich Manley), a German assassin. Using tricks learned from Miller, Havens manages to survive, and Danny is eventually knocked out of a window by Miller and hit and killed by a train coming from the opposite direction.

Miller, after leaving Havens and Feck in a hotel in Salzburg, heads to a meeting with a mysterious beautiful woman with whom he is apparently willing to make a deal, and is followed by Havens, who is heartbroken to learn that Miller is apparently planning on selling the Zephyr to Antonio. After being picked up by the CIA and meeting the director of counter-intel, she uses a pen transmitter to notify them when Miller returns with the Zephyr, which is showing signs of overheating. After leading the CIA agents on a chase, Miller is apparently shot and falls into a canal.

Returning home, Havens heads to an address she remembered from Miller's iPhone, where she finds his parents and learns that his real name is Matthew Knight. They believe their son, a former Army sergeant and Eagle Scout, is dead; but they are fabulously wealthy from winning lotteries and sweepstakes they don't remember entering. Leaving a message that she has the Zephyr, she is captured by Antonio's men and taken back to Spain. She is drugged with truth serum before being rescued by Miller, who was tracking Fitzgerald, who was delivering Feck to Antonio.

Chasing Fitzgerald, Miller saves Feck from a bullet wound after handing over the Zephyr in a small satchel. Feck comments that the battery is unstable. The battery explodes, killing Fitzgerald; and Miller collapses from a gunshot wound. After waking in the hospital, Miller receives an apology from the director (Viola Davis), who tells him that Havens has returned home and claims that Miller can't be distracted. The Director also explains to Miller that the Agency will "Transfer you to a secure facility tomorrow, for your safety" hinting that he will either be imprisoned, or killed because of this incident. Miller is later given medication by a nurse, who turns out to be Havens. After Havens breaks Miller out of the hospital, he awakes as she drives away in the rebuilt classic car that belonged to Havens's father. After Miller asks what day it is, Havens kisses him and says it's someday. This is a reference from the start of the movie that they both have things they want to do someday, and Havens begins to drive towards Cape Horn. The last scene shows that Roy's mom was telling her husband that she bought two tickets to Cape Horn even though she did not. She did not know that he did not buy the tickets.

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