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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Hunter Rider, May 5, 2005.
or not, after reading the above post
edit- oh, you mean mi2 bluray is a suckass transfer?
I loved this film. When it came out everyone was anti-cruise, but it was damn good.
i love that part when he's on the bridge and he gets blown back into the car window. awesome.
I enjoy it as a stand-alone film. Not a fan of the previous two...
love this flm, best of the series
I was never too fond of MI2. I couldn't tell you much about the plot. lol Very heavy on the action. But I did enjoy the 3rd film. Hoffman was an awesome villian. The character moments between he and Cruise were some of the best in the series.
I'm glad I'm seeing people who agree on this one being the best of the series, and definitely my favorite as well. I didn't care about all the Tom Cruise hooplah at the time. I loved this movie, and I always loved Tom Cruise on screen
I've been watching this on TNT too. I need to buy the trilogy
i like mi2 quite a lot.
Anyone remember the 60's TV Series? It had Peter Graves (Airplane) and Martin Landau.
I know the final scenes with Monyahan bringing him back to life are supposed to be serious, but I was focusing more on her breasts.
The MI3 Blu-ray is a very well done disc. Even though it doesn't have lossless audio the Dolby Digital is still very powerful and engaging. The Mission Impossible Blu-ray looks awful even thought I like the movie alot. It really just looks like an upconverted DVD from my memory I hope they re-release it. As for MI2 I literally just ignore that one I refuse to acknowledge it as part of the series.
"Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall..."
I remember watching it as a kid, enjoyed it. It had Greg Morris too [Phil Morris' dad, yup the Phil Morris who plays MM in Smallville]. Now that you brought up Peter Graves [who plays the cool team leader Jim Phelps], just can't help get pissed again when they killed off his character[played by Jon Voight] in MI the movie. Not only did they killed him off, they killed him off as a traitor! How can I not be pissed about that!
If there's a reboot of the film, I'm all for it.
haha ok i'm gonna rent mi3 bluray
that Peter Graves is 83, although he did look his age when he did a Geico commercial a few years ago. He hasn't been working that much in recent years. Landau is still working though, at the age of 78. Of course the show went downhill when Leonard Nimoy joined the cast.
I have not seen MI3 yet. I don't know if I want to.
I'll never understand that line.
Definitely in the top 100 of most random movie lines of all time. I think one of the songs on the score was literally called Humpty Dumpty Sat on a Wall though.
Third was easily the best of the three, Abrams really made it work. No overly complicated plot like the first and no overly "artistic" John Woo like action scenes of second. Just very tight, action movie with some great spy stuff going on.
This was also one of first movies in a while that had a hip hop song over the end credits that wasn't a "black movie." Kanye actually created this song for the movie because Cruise asked him to.
When MI2 came out I spent the summer runing around on the lawn kicking up my toy gun and kicking my mom's flowers. While Limp Bizkit was playing on my minidisc player
You'll never need to.
I liked this one alot. But the first is my favorite. This one is excellent, of course anything Abrams touches turns to gold.
He needs to do The Avengers!
And how is the first confusing? It's simple: Ethan has to clear his name and prove not to be guilty of what he did.
Haha, I'm pretty sure that line was just a signal for his partner that he made it up the wall and to get the truck moving again in the street and get in position
Tom Cruise's best line ever is what it is!