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'Mission: Impossible' Climbs To No. 1, 'Vacation' Is A Bust

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The stakes may be high for Ethan Hunt and his team in “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” but it was hardly impossible for the Tom Cruise pic to conquer the box office. 103 more words

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Mission Impossible Revisited: A Look Back at the Original Movie (From Someone Who's Never Seen it Before)

There is a finite amount of time in the universe. Even for a self-proclaimed movie buff like myself, there is simply not enough time to see every movie that you’d like to see. 1,189 more words

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Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation and Vacation Review, Best Tom Cruise Movies

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This week on the Now Conspiring Podcast, we review Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and the new Vacation movie based on the National Lampoon original starring Chevy Chase. 148 more words

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M:I Rogue Nation has biggest spy opening of 2015 so far

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation had the biggest U.S. opening weekend so far in “The Year of the Spy,” according to box office estimates released Sunday, … 210 more words

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Box Office: Tom Cruise's 'Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation' Dominates with $56 Million

Tom Cruise’s  “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation” dominated the U.S. box office this weekend with an impressive $56 million at 3,956 locations.

The Paramount/Skydance tentpole  generated $20.3 million at the Friday box office, setting an opening day mark for the sturdy franchise — and signaling that Cruise still carries plenty of star power. 425 more words

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Bart & Fleming: Spy Pics And Tom Cruise; Adult Films And Meryl Streep; Why Most Films About Journalists Don't Work

Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this weekly column, two old friends get together and grind their axes, mostly on the movie business. 1,655 more words

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Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)


The Mission Impossible films, seem to me, to be a director’s franchise. Every 5 years or so we get an installment from a different director, each putting their own spin on the series while continually tightening the formula. 706 more words

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