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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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LIke all the Hollywood studios during the War, Warner mobilized its top talent for this song and dance revue, with Bette Davis and Bogart singing and Olivia De Havilland dancing.
It's all so gloriously unapologetic in its randomness, a cinematic variety show that allows stars to get silly for a good cause.
It's vulgar entertainment, but at least there's a few laughs over the stars ribbing each other and doing some acts.
Don't get excited that you'll see Bogart sing or dance or something in this movie, because he only has a cameo. Apart from that disappointment, I enjoyed this movie more than the other wartime cavalcade of stars films, it actually has a funny story surrounding the show.
All Star Warner Bros hokum, connecting story thread is inane but it's fun to see the stars cut loose and offer something different and seeming to be having a good time doing it.
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