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The latest instalment in the Mission: Impossible franchise hits theatres this week. At least, the first half of the latest instalment does. The second half will be out next year which brings us even closer to the sixtieth anniversary of the franchise! Let’s celebrate with a hub,
New Movies This Week
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One
starring: Rebecca Ferguson, Tom Cruise, Pom Klementieff
runtime: 2 hours 43 minutes
genres: Action | Adventure | Thriller
rating: [N/A] Intense Sequences of Violence | Action | Some Language | Suggestive Material
directed by: Christopher McQuarrie
Peetimes: I was able to find 4 decent Peetimes in this action/plot-heavy movie. It wasn’t easy.
I would recommend the 3rd Peetime. It’s an action/chase scene, but not too serious—more for fun.
The 1st Peetime is also pretty good because the first minute of it is credits.
Note from Dan:
I’m going to see the opening show in the US on Thursday afternoon. I’ll update/edit the Peetimes afterward.
Not every film is meant to merely entertain. Some, like this one, are thought provoking and unsettling.
When there’s a new episode in a horror franchise we always sent our horror expert, Christene!
Aeroplane based thrillers are getting quite popular again. What can the low budget end of the market have to offer this sub-genre?
I’m not sure if this is why I don’t have a YouTube Channel or warning me that I’m hopelessly out of touch and should stop blethering on about films! I mean…I really liked it.
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