If you would like to read my review of last episodes, click here.
If you would like to read my review of the last episode, click here.
A Stephen King and J.J. Abrams team up and we get to watch it in Canada! While there is still a chance this will just be a big and ambitious mystery will little and/or confusing answers, I have every faith in all those involved.
I grew up watching Tom Cruise fight bad guys with the ease of an immortal god. Whether it is his earth-shattering performance in Eyes Wide Shut or his classy brilliance in Collateral, Cruise has developed a slight-typecast and a sense of intensity that beautifully lends itself to every single narrative he stars in. One of the most prominent lendings of Cruise’s energy and identity is the Mission: Impossible franchise, which exploded onto the scene and changed blockbuster filmmaking for years to come. In celebration of Mission: Impossible – Fallout, a film that is gearing up to be this year’s (or perhaps, this decade’s) most quintessential action blockbuster, let’s take a look back on the past twenty-two years of Mission: Impossible.