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Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation : Cliché done right

You know you’re watching a Mission Impossible movie when Tom Cruise is hanging off a plane 2 minutes into the film. If there’s one thing that these movies can pride themselves on, it’s not an intricate plot, brilliant character development or ingenious screenplay : it’s the action.  624 more words

Alec Baldwin

The Green Biro Nutter Brigade ...

In March of this year, the UK television show This Morning highlighted the still unsolved murder of the BBC journalist, Jill Dando.  Dando was shot dead on her doorstep in 1999 in broad daylight in what looked like a professional hit.   396 more words

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LOCKERBIE: THE LONG ROAD TO MEBO

That is the reason for the title of my book–EVIDENCE and the Lockerbie Investigation–the publisher wanted to call it “Intelligence and the Lockerbie Investigation”, but I insisted.

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Television Nostalgia - Spooks - BBC Drama at its finest

After watching the recent Spooks film The Greater Good, I was struck by just how brilliant the original television series was. I thought so at the time of course, but time sometimes causes you to forget. 2,382 more words

Television

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

Tom Cruise

Simon Pegg

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The Mission Impossible film series is unique in that each film has been shaped by a different director. Christopher McQuarrie is the fifth director and screenwriter team (of one) to tackle the franchise. 452 more words

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British government releases MI5 file on little-known Cold War spy

The British government has released a nine-volume file on an influential film critic who some believe was “one of the most important spies the Soviet Union ever had”. 583 more words

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