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Fast-paced, with eye-popping stunts and special effects, the latest Mission: Impossible installment delivers everything an action fan could ask for. A thrilling summer popcorn flick.
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...this snappy installment is a marked improvement over John Woo's surprisingly dull sequel, though the set pieces lack the elegance and visual coherence of the Brian de Palma original.
There are plentiful perilous countdowns, most of the set-pieces are impressively mounted and, in its own silly way, the pay-off offers a glancing blow at US foreign policy. Relatable? No. But quite fun.
The summer's first action epic does exactly what it's supposed to do, more clearly than M:i:I, and more likeably than M:i:II.
As idiot movies go, this one is as sub-mental as you might expect.
My final reaction to Mission: Impossible III is one of bemused tolerance and even mild absorption in all the silliness.
There are no flourishes to savor. Instead, there are big-deal stunts.
It's the relationships and crafted actions sequences that kept me glued. It's not perfect by any means, but hands-down, this was the best entry of the first three to me.
Abrams' high stakes, every second counts pacing gets the best out of franchise star Tom Cruise resulting in easily the series' best pure action installment.
The best of the first three for its nonstop action and sometimes pulse-pounding excitement.
The latest in the Mission: Impossible franchise, Mission: Impossible III is high on intrigue, but a bit too obvious in its construction to be as effecting as it tries to be.
Had a pop artist handled this, the franchise could have had its On Her Majesty's Secret Service; with machines directing machines, however, it's closer to its Live and Let Die
Abrams' installment into an otherwise mediocre trilogy is entertaining.
I hate these stupid movies.
Tom Cruise is short lol
Not nearly as good as the first but I definitely prefer this to the second one. Once again the plot is nothing mind-blowing (I guarantee you'll forget about it minutes after watching) but the action will surely impress (my favorite being the harrowing bridge scene and the humorous Vatican break-in) and I like that there is more of a focus on the Impossible Mission Force team instead of just a pure Tom Cruise-vehicle. Plus having Simon Pegg never hurt manners.
Plus props to Philip Seymour Hoffman for being able to turn an overall generic stock spy movie bad guy and instill an intimidating and unsettling presence. What a great actor!!
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