Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It is a sympathetic piece of quiet movie-making, a bit undersized perhaps for John Frankenheimer but certainly not such a tiddler as to make one feel he should have thrown it back.
The film has a satisfying honesty to it and outstanding Ingmar Bergman-like performances from Lancaster, Kerr and Hackman.
With the screenplay and the cast, that bring big names of Hollywood, The Gypsy Moths, show be a sentimental and too much dramatic, but unforgettable film.
More interesting for the backstory and the historical perspective on skydiving than for the wafer-thin plot and soap opera antics. Terrific stunts were state-of-the-art for 1969.
Good acting but slow and diffuse.
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