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Getting great reviews. Highest aggregate of the series by a good margin so far.

Last edited by TallSilhouette - on 13 July 2018

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These movies seem like an excuse for Tom Cruise to prove to himself that he's the most badass stuntman of all time. You have to be a certain level of crazy in order to hang off the side of an airplane while it's a couple hundred feet above the air just so you can get a cool trailer thumbnail.



 

 

have it booked for tomorrow on IMAX..



Not dying to, but i want to see it. Actually haven’t Steen the last one yet



Nothing to see here, move along

Hopefully seeing it Sunday.



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The last Mission Impossible movie I saw was the 3rd one, and that was very weak. Are the new ones good?



You know it deserves the GOTY.

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Smartie900 said:
You have to be a certain level of crazy in order to hang off the side of an airplane while it's a couple hundred feet above the air just so you can get a cool trailer thumbnail.

Yeah... sure. Ever heard of green screen technology?

My first encounter with TC was way back  in a John Grisham movie, where a thoroughly incompetent actor played the key role, almost ruined the film single-handedly. Turned out to be a very young TC. What a misearble performance that was. Next time I saw him was in a costume movie, again hopelessly untalented acting, less facial expressions than Steven Seagal (and that tells you a lot). That was the time he was out in my movie books (his addiction to a certain cult hasn't helped either ). So shoot me.



drkohler said:
Smartie900 said:
You have to be a certain level of crazy in order to hang off the side of an airplane while it's a couple hundred feet above the air just so you can get a cool trailer thumbnail.

Yeah... sure. Ever heard of green screen technology?

My first encounter with TC was way back  in a John Grisham movie, where a thoroughly incompetent actor played the key role, almost ruined the film single-handedly. Turned out to be a very young TC. What a misearble performance that was. Next time I saw him was in a costume movie, again hopelessly untalented acting, less facial expressions than Steven Seagal (and that tells you a lot). That was the time he was out in my movie books (his addiction to a certain cult hasn't helped either ). So shoot me.

Haha, seriously? Not a chance....The Firm was an awesome movie and Tom Cruise only made it better. He was always an amazing actor. Just go watch Interview with a Vampire and see how he completely creates the character of Lestat. There are bad actors out there but Tom Cruise ain't one of them just because he's such a big star.

 

And yeah, I REALLY began enjoying the Mission Impossible movies beginning with Ghost Protocol. It was so awesome and then Rogue Nation was almost just as good if not better. Fallout looks like it may be the best in the franchise as well. This series just went from, hmmm...ok to woahhh KICK ASS. Seriously, the trailer for Fallout is ridiculously badass. There's no question the movie will be the BEST of the year. Star Wars, Infinity War and Star Wars? Nahhh, I'll pass! Give me MISSION IMPOSSIBLE any day of the week.



I am. My only regret is not being able to watch today,so I am going tomorrow (lol). The last two movies were freaking amazing and according to reviews this one is even better. I also really liked the third one even tho not as regarded to fans.



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drkohler said:
Smartie900 said:
You have to be a certain level of crazy in order to hang off the side of an airplane while it's a couple hundred feet above the air just so you can get a cool trailer thumbnail.

Yeah... sure. Ever heard of green screen technology?

 

but that's the charm with the mission impossible movies... they dont use one and tom cruise really did hang of the side of a plane a couple hundred feet above the ground !

in the last one there's a superb helicopter chase scene. how they done it ? Tom cruise actually learned to fly an helicopter, and he was in charge of acting, piloting the helicoter and operating the cameras because he was alone in the damn thing.

 

that said, i saw it yesterday and it was very damned good. like, you're on the edge of your seat half of the movie. Henry Cavil was impressive too. see it in imax, it worth it.

 

but see rogue nation before, they share a lot of connection