Mission Impossible: Fallout

After Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation was a critical and box office success surrounding the Mission Impossible series, a sixth entry was in development with Tom Cruise scheduled to reprise his role as Ethan Hunt. As Christopher McQuarrie was writing the script, Tom kept himself busy by starring in films starting with Jack Reacher: Never Go […]

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Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

After Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol came out in 2011, a fifth film of the Mission Impossible series was in development with Tom Cruise scheduled to return, but had to postpone as he was working on Edge Of Tomorrow with Christopher McQuarrie who co-wrote the script and Doug Liman directed the picture. After working on the […]

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Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

After Mission Impossible III came out in 2006, the series went on a five year hiatus, Tom Cruise worked on several films starting with Lions For Lambs also starring Robert Redford and Meryl Streep, (my archenemy) Valkyrie, a World War II film directed by Bryan Singer, the action war comedy Tropic Thunder, with his good […]

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Flashback Review: Mission Impossible III

After Mission Impossible earned mixed reception from critics, the series went on hiatus due to Tom Cruise’s busy schedule picking one project to another beginning with reuniting with Jerry Maguire director Cameron Crowe in Vanilla Sky, then his first collaboration with Steven Spielberg in Minority Report, the epic historical drama The Last Samurai, he played […]

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Westworld: Season 1

In 1973, author/screenwriter, Michael Crichton, (Jurassic Park, ER) released a motion picture starring Yul Brynner called, “Westworld.” It’s about a robot who goes on a killing spree towards guests located at the titular park with a western vibe. The film earned positive reviews and made enough money at the box office. Seventeen Years Later, Michael […]

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The Cloverfield Paradox

In 2008, a giant monster movie called “Cloverfield,” became an unexpected critical and box office success. After eight years of hectic development for the producers  including J.J, Abrams, to come up with a possible follow up, a stand-alone installment called, “10 Cloverfield Lane.” Like it’s predecessor, the second entry was also a critical and box […]

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Cloverfield

Showrunner, J.J. Abrams (Lost, Star Trek, Super 8, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) visited Japan to promote Mission Impossible III with his children. One day, he and his children went to a toy store featuring Godzilla action figures. After purchasing his kids some toys, J.J. decided to come up with his own giant monster movie, […]

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