Brad Bird’s take on the Mission: Impossible series is a daft, big bucks action fest that falls victim to a cheesy script, a little too much fun-poking and one hell of a dreadful ending. But its breathtaking action sequences and likeable performances ultimately make it a rather entertaining watch. And it’s always fun to see Tom Cruise running about.
Tom Cruise isn’t in them…at least, that’s what they want you to think.
Forget Love Actually and The Muppet’s Christmas Carol, our list of Top 10 Films to see at Christmas 2011 is (mostly) full of serial killers, AIDs activists and sci-fi romances, with the occassional uplifting Christmas animation thrown in for good measure. Here is the definitive list of what to watch this festive season.
Because Tom Cruise still hasn’t avoided enough explosions.
Paramount will be releasing Jason Reitman’s Young Adult on December 16, 2011. Woopah!
He’s been the driving force behind some of the most elegant and successful animated films of all time, he’s won two Oscars in four years, and now he’s taking over the Mission: Impossible franchise from J.J. Abrams. Who is this miracle man (don’t be misled by his surname, sexist 1970s chaps, he is indeed a man)? Read on!