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Brad Bird makes a spectacular debut into live-action directing by making Mission Impossible 4 Ghost Protocol a fun, epic and exicting action movie sequel with awesome action scenes.
I give Mission Impossible 4 Ghost Protocol a Full Price and I am looking forward to the sequel if Brad returns to the director's chair.
I dunno what you guys were smokin when u saw this to think they've perfected the MI formula by turning it into a lame-ass goofy comedy. The action scenes where overall no better than what had come before, and as for this being the first film he actually works in a team, that's just plainly and obviously wrong - no offense, but I seriously wonder if you guys even remember the other films! Though it' not perfect, MI3 had a dark plot crammed full of twist and turns and genuinely shocking and surprising moments, not to mention a FANTASTIC villain in Phillip Seymour Hoffman - how you think this cartoonish wafer thin bullshit is better I just can't fathom, unless you guys really are more interested in what a film looks like in 3D Imax than you are in anything else. The only thing I really didn't like about MI3 was Simon Pegg - in MI4, I just wanted to punch him in his stupid little face from start to finish. Lame, take away all the edgyness and intrigue from the franchise and replace it with unfunny comic relief, a recipe for success with morons everywhere
Come on Korey, can you please stop bullshitting for so fucking long before you get to the review?!
Decent movie. Seen better, seen worse. The visuals were great. There were a lot of moments of suspension of disbelief which is to be expected from a MI movie. Based on the phone call at the end telling what the next mission is, I'm wondering if the next movie is going to be called Mission Impossible:Saint's Row?
On a side note, one of the trailers that played was for the new GI Joe movie. At first I'm thinking "looks like a full price". Then the Rock shows up. "Oh, this is now going into the rental pile". Until, John fucking Maclain pops up as the GI Joe savior. Welcome to Some ol Bullshit.
Funny review guys.
I also find it amusing when you complain about something in a film not making sense... but it's explained right there in the film... and all four of you missed it.
The car and other equipment... do you not remember a scene that takes place outside of a plane...? :-D
Great movie. Great review.
I loved mi3. Didn't really care for this one..
'Ghost Protocol' is the BEST of the Mission Impossible movies first-time live-action director Brad Bird really brings spirit and edge to the franchise Tom Cruise slips so easily back as IMF agent Ethan Hunt along with a new crew the plot resembles the 1st 3 movies so much but I love the many action sequences, the state-of-the-art gadgetry, the funny lines and the non-stop thrills kept my heart racing throughout alot of it and Im so glad they gave a decent explanation to what happened to Ethan's wife from the last movie; sucks though that Ving Rhames was sorely absent until the last 5 min the last movie to wrap up 2011 immediately screams popcorn entertainment! :)
sucks though that Paula Patton killed that female assassion, that was such a good catfight :)
cracks me up every time you guys complain about something in a movie then i go see it and it's explained to you right there in the movie. they had more gear and the car because the arms dealer gave it to them.
Just wanted to thank you guys for the review... I'm really glad I went to see it; I had a fantastic time. Literally on the edge of my seat during that skyscraper scene, aghh!! xD
I barely know anything of the original MI series, not seeing one of them myself. The only reason I want to see it is for its director Brad Bird.
I am admitidly a manic Pixar fan, and any fan of the company will know that Brad Bird is the director of both 'Ratatouille' and 'The Incredibles'. He also directed another famous animation 'The Iron Giant'. This is his first ever live action feature film of which he's directed, so I'm really excited to see the transition he can make from Animation to Live Action, and I'm supporting him all of the way.
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