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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It's beyond dreadful. It's jaw-droppingly bad.
Perhaps the Seagals and Van Dammes of the world were too busy, so enter Val Kilmer, and he's going to tear your nuts clean off.
Melodramatic film that can be easily avoided. The summary of this film is highly inaccurate because it's not tense at all. Everyone had good Southern accents :3 It wasn't too bad, but not good either. Jay Jablonski really can't act, despite the good looks.
This movie made it's themes (war profiteering, corporate interests in government) seem too simple and black and white. As a movie itself, the acting wasn't great and the story didn't move along very smoothly.
Conspiracy is a thriller about a senior special operations officer for the US Marines who after being wounded in Iraq returns to the states and decides its time to retire once home he gets a phone call from a old army buddy asking him to come join him on a ranch out west once MacPherson shows up his friend is nowhere to be found and no one in the town even says he lived there thats when MacPherson believes there is something far more shady going on in this small town and decides to investigate finding out there is much more going on then first seen. Ok action movie but wasnt meant for someone like Val Kilmer who takes the lead here slow moving at times so this one is stuck in the middle and wont be for everyone watch at your own risk
Not a bad explosive, action-packed thriller of the former Special Ops sniper becomes determined to find out the truth of what happened to his Marine friend. Val Kilmer is quite fine in his action scenes like Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren and Steven Seagel.
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