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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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This is another of those absurd Vincent Price horror movies, impossible to dislike because they ask only that you share their sense of the absurd. The fascinating thing about this one is that it makes absolutely no sense at all...
A movie that offered the titanic teaming of horror superstars Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing should have been a classic; instead, we're saddled with this sloppy and mean-spirited endeavor.
High camp horrorfest starring Vincent Price and Christopher Lee.
A marvelous combination horror film and spy film
Incomprehensible twaddle that wastes all-star horror cast.
Two essentially unrelated tales jammed serviceably into one rather bizarre film.
The three biggest superstars in the horror genre are in this film.
A movie with Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and Vincent Price! I was so excited to see this movie, but was really disappointed by the story. The beginning is horrible, the middle is okay but sort of boring, and the end is cool but confusing. Overall not a good movie at all, but it's got a great cast who try their best.
Think about it...Vincent Price...Christopher Lee...Peter Cushing...how can you go wrong?
Sadly not even watching those three (all favorites of mine) hamming it up was enough to make this mish-mash of a film enjoyable.
Not that I was expecting GREAT things storywise, but I kept waiting for it all to "come together" in some sort of way. But it never really does.
While I wouldn't recommend this film to any but the loyalist fans of the three gentlemen mentioned above...I can highly recommend the chessy, groovy, jazzy soundtrack - it was wonderful!
Absolute garbage...to a degree. This movie is a lot smarter than it seems. It's full of over-the-top dated 60's music and a barely coherent plot, but it's full of enough charm and star power to make it a classic.
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