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Pictures at an exhibition

Note: Every Friday, The A.V. Club, my favorite pop cultural site on the Internet, throws out a question to its staff members for discussion, and I’ve decided that I want to join in on the fun. 1,074 more words


The M&M Report: "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation"

On this M&M Report, Devin Mitchell and I dug deep into the pleasures of the latest installment in the unkillable Mission: Impossible movie series. Then we offered some words of caution about Tom Cruise in light of Devin recently watching the Alex Gibney documentary  19 more words


Review: Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

Ethan Hunt and his motley crew of super secret spies are back to defeat an even more super secret terrorist group called the Syndicate. Cue heart-stopping action, ass-kicking and even a bit of witty banter. 490 more words


Review - Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

Director: Christopher McQuarrie

Starring: Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, Sean Harris, Alec Baldwin, Ving Rhames, Simon McBurney

Ethan Hunt and the Impossible Missions Force return in… 837 more words


Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation: Stunning Visuals, Brilliant Stunts and Amazing Background Score

Incidentally, I came to know about Rogue Nation only a few days before the release and instantly I checked on to book the tickets. I had watched Ghost Protocol in IMAX and the movie did justice to the IMAX screen through stunning visuals, brilliant stunts and amazing background score. 392 more words


Movie Review: Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

When the Impossible Mission Force is disbanded, Ethan Hunt takes on a shadowy organisation who are responsible for several terror threats. 728 more words

Movie Review

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)

A decade ago, people claimed to jump off the Tom Cruise bandwagon when he started jumping onto couches and generally coming off as crazy.  Even ten years later, that Oprah moment is still as surreal and bizarre as when it first happened, but Cruise looks less and less crazy the more distance is put between he and that moment by the passage of time.  1,075 more words