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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (29)
| Top Critics (13)
| Fresh (2)
| Rotten (27)
| DVD (3)
Not bad enough to qualify as a memorable dud, multinational production nonetheless misses mark on every level.
The comedy is nonexistent.
It all feels like a Monty Python sketch gone horribly wrong.
What we have here isn't a disaster, exactly, but a very handsomely produced let-down.
Not only does LeBlanc make one spectacularly ugly-looking broad, but he appears miserable throughout as he swaggers through his scenes.
I can imagine this movie as a b&w British comedy, circa 1960, with Peter Sellers, Kenneth Williams, et al., but at this time, with this cast, this movie is hopeless.
Um filme que Joey, personagem de LeBlanc em Friends, certamente poderia ter protagonizado.
Weak in parts, but should please Eddie Izzard fans.
There is more than one joke about putting the toilet seat down. And that should tell you everything you need to know about All the Queen's Men.
Ruzowitzky has taken this mothball-y stuff and made a rather sturdy, old-fashioned entertainment out of it.
Fails to satisfactorily exploit its gender politics, genre thrills or inherent humor.
This ostensibly comedic film contains absolutely no funny moments whatsoever and is basically a war flick that fails to provide any sense of urgency, suspense or concern for the good guys' well-being.
If you can get past the incredibly bad beginning, it's actually not too shabby. Well, ok, it is...but Eddie and Udo make it bearable.
If you like Eddie Izzard you have to see this film.
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