Mission: Impossible (1996) and Ranking the Franchise — Reely Bernie

I revisited Mission: Impossible (1996) after seeing De Palma (2015), the documentary on Director Brian De Palma, who worked beside but more so under the shadows of Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and Francis Ford Coppola back in the prime of American filmmaking – the 70s. To me, De Palma has always been an intensely average […]

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Everything You Need to Know About the Tom Cruise Space Movie — OUR WAY IS THE HIGHWAY

STOP QUOTING from Anton LaVey in order to prove your point. I am fatigued of hearing his stupid quotes, and it has little to do with the fact that he’s a self-declared Satanist. Anton LaVey is nothing less than a spook. At best he’s a detour. It’s actually difficult to quantify the amount of damage […]

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Movie Review: Hard Eight — andrewhalteromniblog

Hard Eight (1996) Director: Paul Thomas Anderson Writer: Paul Thomas Anderson Cast: Phillip Baker Hall, John C. Reilly, Gwyneth Paltrow Hard Eight, the meticulously crafted first feature from Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Punch Drunk Love, There Will be Blood), is completely and unpredictably engrossing. From the very beginning, when Sydney (Phillip Baker Hall) […]

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Punch Drunk Love (2002) — A MOTION PICTURE LIST

Duration 1h 35m Rating (UK) 15 Source of story An original screenplay Director Paul Thomas Anderson Writers/Script Paul Thomas Anderson Starring Adam Sandler, Emily Watson, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Luis Guzmán, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Elevator Pitch: Barry Egan is the owner of a small wholesaler of novelty bathroom equipment operating from an industrial unit, in a […]

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Secret Agent Men – Episode 5: Mission: Impossible III — The Reel World

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Ben Phillips & Matt Waters are sick to death of Oscar contenders so have decided to get their spy on instead, examining how the Mission: Impossible, Bourne and James Bond franchises have danced around each other over the years. Where’s the Rabbit’s Foot?

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