Mi55ion Impo55ible: Vengence of Mr. Five
Looks like Paramount moved the date up 5 months on the next Mission Impossible. It's jumping from December 25th up to July 31st. That's awesome, can't wait to see this. Loved Ghost Protocol, and Tom Cruise is definitely still on his game.
I wonder what the title for this movie will be, and when they'll release the first trailer. With only 6 months to go until release, I'm sure they're going to begin marketing very soon.
Revengeance of Mr. Five imo
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Yeah, December 2015 is actually relatively packed as far as big budget movies go, with Star Wars and (probably) another The Davinci Code the week before, and Hunger Games, James Bond, and The Martian still hanging around.
Whereas Guardians of the Galaxy proved that the deadzone of August can be taken advantage of, if you're the biggest show on the block. (MI:5 must not be worried about the Fantastic Four reboot.)
Trailer/Tease is out. I don't like how it seems they shoehorned Benji(Simon Pegg) into a larger role in the movie because he was in one or two funny movies. If you're going to make a kick ass spy movie, you don't add in a comic relief that people only associate them with zombies and beer. Other than that, it looks pretty good so far.
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That trailer sold me.
Seems i just cant get enough of Tom and he can do no wrong in my book. Unless on Oprah.
After Tropic Thunder, Jack Reacher, and Edge of Tomorrow I'm willing to overlook his religious background.
I dunno if I will be able to get over the fact that Alec Baldwin is in this. Can't get past the fact he is one of the believers of a crazy religion.
Is it any more crazy than the other religions? Seriously?
They're all complete fantasy land. At least that one made a turn towards science fiction.
Tom Cruise is usually box office gold and rarely disappoints. Simon Peg was good in the last MI, so don't see a problem with him having a larger role in this one.
Pisses me off not many watched Edge of tomorrow in the US, thankfully asains aren't as stupid and flock to movies like Edge and kingsman making them profitable
Why do you guys bring up the dudes religion when discussing every movie the guy is in. Every TC movie i have seen has ZERO shit about scientology in it. None. Now if the movie turns out to be MI 5: A Scientology Recruitment Film then yes, hate away.
The opening bit with Pegg and Cruise was great in the last movie, of course they want to have more of that.
So who is the model in the slutty party dress this time around?
Stephen isn't a scientologist. He goes to one of the churches here in town.
Tom Cruise rarely makes a bad film and if he does its not because of him. And every MI movie has been great besides 2. I dont know how I would rate them, MI1, Ghost Protocal, MI3, and ignore 2
Full trailer looks badass!
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MI2 was alright, 3 was shit, it wasn't about anything.
What was it about then? It was about a thing that nobody ever found what the thing was then it ended.
Because Fishbourne didnt tell Ethan what the rabits foot was?
I was hella bored throughout all of 3. I thought 2 was better although still bad.
trailer looks good, too bad this time we wont get to see Cruise on Top Gear trying to beat an_Unknown_Brit_celeb302's lap time.
Hmm I thought 3 had tons of action, The opening, the Vatican, Bridge, Shanghai ect
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Might as well say Prisoners and Drive suck becuase you dont know if Jackman or Gosling died.
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I am sure you all knew this, but yahoo just did a story on the MI5 plane taking off stunt- that was no green screen...
As expected from our Xenu loving TC - mad props to him and the crew is making that happen- I am glad to see real practical effects and stunts returning to the forefront- CG is so blah.
Pulp Fictions use of it is of no consequence to the plot of the movie, it's just a small thing to wonder about which even at the time you realise isn't important and that's why it doesn't impact how enjoyable the film is. I personally cannot even remember it's relevance within the movie.
Total Recall and Inception both had stories that I could follow easily and were interesting.
Total Recall - Machine that gives Mars a breathable atmosphere.
Inception - to implant a specific idea into someone's mind in order to manipulate them without them realising you did it.
These aren't anything like the MI3 example where the item is central to the movies plot and because there is no specific danger applied to the item it means nothing, you don't even find out what it is at the end.
Also American Psycho is an absolutely shit book, the first hundred pages are him talking about which fucking business cards he has and how someone else doesn't have as nice ones and another guy has slightly nicer ones.
So If Fishbourne said it was a type of Bio weapon at the end you would have enjoyed the film? The whole point of that was he was ready to get out and didnt care what the rabbits foot was and wanted a normal life. Its like getting mad at The Rock because you dont find out whats all on the paper at the end.
And I was referring American Psycho the movie, not the book.
MI3 was him finding out why his student was murdered and revenge shit. What about never finding out what the Noc list was, did you think Mission Impossible sucked ?
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Also I cared 50x more what was in the briefcase then whatever the rabbits foot was. I dont think I even cared what the rabits foot did
No its because everything in pulp fiction was centered on the briefcase and everyone wanting it
Sam jackson, travolta, wallus, and ringo were all after it or wanted it
Not sure why I'm reading about Pulp Fiction as I skipped page 2, but back on topic:
Looks okay. None of the Mission Impossibles every really got me hard or anything. Looks watchable, but overall another 7 or 8 out of 10 action movie.
A war is coming, I've seen it in my dreams. Fires sweeping over the Earth, bodies in the streets, cities turned to dust... retaliation.
Hollywood is out there. It can't be bargained with. It can't be reasoned with. It doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until everything you love is dead.
Do people remember how bad 2 was? there was slow motion every 10 seconds in that movie it was fucking awful. I can understand if you're watching the movie as a comedy
2 was unbelievably bad. 3 and 4 were at least watchable.
i enjoyed 2 at the time. i really enjoyed dougary scott and the face that tom cruise pulls when dougary is wearing the ethan hunt mask and finds out whats her face is double crossing him is brilliant. that was the moment that i demanded cruise play a villian. and then we got collateral. that being said, i watched the first 20 minutes of it on netflix a few months back and i had to turn it off it was so bad.
mi3? i honestly can't even remmeber what you guys are talking about. that was the one with bellarophon and chimera? right? i don't remember really anything about that movie. at least 2 showed cruise's skill at playing a villain.
I think you're mixing up scenes from 1 and 2 to be honest
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yeah phillip hoffman and the chinese chick really elevated 3, 2 was brought down by the shitty female sidekick who just had one expression for all emotions. 3's story was paced nicely and the action scenes were fantastic, especially the vatican stuff. 2 dragged in a lot of spots and the last 1/3d of the movie was just not good. still, overall a great franchise and its interesting to see cruise's hand in picking a different director every time, its made each movie a lot different and interesting.
I think this looks just fine... but then again I legitimately enjoyed Jack Reacher.
MI 2 is, of course, terrible, probably the worst movie Cruise, Woo, Ron Moore, and everyone else involved has ever made.
I found it too difficult to dislike Cruise in recent years, his movies are just too damn entertaining and he's always so likeable in them.
Cinemablend just had this best scenes, MI1 did have a ton of Iconic scenes
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1 was the best by far it's not even a question.
I loved 3. PSH was an awesome villian, and it tried to hit the feels when TC's fake wife is killed, except it isn't his wife.
4 was awesome because special effects. And I dig the cast. Would love to run along the outside of that tower.
This picture went all over when they were filming 4, but this was never a scene in the movie.
PSH was my favorite villian, him on the plane was great. Voight was supposed to be a surprise but you knew the entire time he was the bad guy but Reno was great, the villain in 4 was nothing to remember
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Oh you knew Voight wasn't dead from the no clues given?
I remember not thinking he was actually dead the first time I watched it. Why cast a big time actor like that and have him die instantly. They did with Emilio but I didnt think they would hire a bunch of A list actors and whack them.
Pretty much the second I saw Sydow in Minority Report I knew he was the bad guy, certain actor are always the villain like Sean Bean dying in everything
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When they had the open floor in the plane that would drop PSH down and stop him from falling out, that was pretty cool.
You remember how big Voight's part was in Heat?
He wasn't that big name a-list. Hence the Seinfeld episode.
Oh.. Yeah 3 was great. I was remembering 2 as two separate movies for some reason. I really enjoyed PSH in it. The airplane scene was so away awesome
Maybe not at that time, Jon Voight was a bad ass in the 70's and he is no slouch now.
MI:1 was by far the coolest and 4 was fun. 3 is the only one I can't remember the story to. I remember I felt completely underwhelmed and bored by it but nothing about it was memorable. I may have actually switched it off halfway. I remember thinking 2 was pretty bad but amusing in that campy sort of way. Fucking laughed at some of the action scenes, like the one that has him slowly walking while white doves fly in front of him. Never change, john woo.
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JERRY: Don't you see, that's the genius of it. If he had said Liam Neeson, you'd know he's making it up.
Heat was a year before Mission Impossible, but a year after he was referenced in Seinfeld. If you want to talk about his "comeback" it was being mentioned on the funniest show on television.
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My first experience with a Jon Voight movie was his Oscar-worthy role in Anaconda.
i think of him as angelina jolie's dad. and as mickey donovan
In terms of MI movies, the first is my overall favorite. However, the building climbing scene in MI4 is easily my favorite single scene out of all the movies. Even though you knew he wasn't going to fall/die, it was an extremely intense scene.
It was mentioned in one of the links but the fish tank scene from MI1 is what made Tom start doing his own stunts, director said the scenes wouldnt have the same feel if it was a stunt man.
The garage at the end was my favorite part of Ghost Protocol. I remember watching the behind the scenes for the Shanghai roof/set and it was pretty crazy also, nothing like the Khalifa though
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Yeah i'm all in.
For what it's worth, I went to fandango and bought a ticket for Imax MI5 for Thursday, July 30th at 7pm (movie technically comes out on Friday). By doing so, they're giving me a free movie for any of the previous MI's as a "thank you" for buying the ticket.
New trailer is up. Can't wait...
looks worthy of a trip to the movies, the only minor quibble is the hot chick eye candy factor seems a bit low. the brunette just doesn't do anything for me and the ginger freckles is ... well a ginger
My guess would be: filming schedule conflict with Divergent. Or did her character die in the previous film? I don't think it did.
Have they ever had the same girl in multiple MIs excluding the cameo at the end of 4?
I feel like I've already seen/know most of the action scenes from the movie. They need to show less in trailers.
I have my ticket for Thursday, the 30th at 7pm. CAN'T WAIT!
And this is why I still love Tom Cruise movies even if he is a complete nut ball in real life.
Yeah thats fucking nuts. His dangles in MI4 outside the building in dubai were nuts too.
I guess when you're Tom Cruise at some point you need that next high to remind you of living. Fuck that shit.
If I could get paid to do the stunts that he's doing, I would absolutely try them. It just seems like a really interesting existence.
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