My wife and I got a free ticket to attend one of three movies--"Predators," "Knight And Day," or "A-Team." It was a no-brainer. I'll wait for the other two to come to DVD to partake in them. My wife was fairly adamant about wanting to go and see "Knight And Day" right from the gate when the trailers were appearing here and there in different venues--internet, TV, DVD releases, what-have-you. It looked to be a ton of fun, and, boy, was it ever! There was so much wondering about what was really taking place as opposed to what was seen on the surface that it would be a bit difficult to explain it all here. Let's just say that Tom's character, Roy Miller, may have been a good guy or a bad guy throughout the movie, we just simply don't know, which adds to the suspense...ten-fold. His personality says he isn't, but his actions say otherwise. All in all, through all the guessing and wondering what was truly going on, there was a bit of well-placed humor and an exceptional chemistry between Cameron and Tom. They were having a ton of fun in the making of this movie, and it showed. My wife made note that the trailers didn't show every bit of the good stuff, leaving nothing for the movie-going experience. That was completely true. This is not a movie for all the tight-a**, boring, nepotistic critics out there. This one is for a great time out on a weekend and a soon-to-be great time on adult movie-night at home. One more note: Mid to late teens would be fine with the subject matter of "Knight And Day" as well. LOTS O' FUN!!!