Mission Impossible 3 details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Keri Russell, Simon Pegg, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Billy Crudup, Michelle Monaghan, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Laurence Fishburne|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT (UK)|
|Collections:||Top 400 All-Time Rentals|
Mission Impossible 3
|Rental release:||06 Nov 2006|
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AwfulBy a customer from London, England , 10 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]An action movie that is no different than 500 others before - simplistic story, lots of baddies, car chases, explosions, ridiculous stunts, very poor lines ('Ethan what are you doing with that gun?'). And lots of self-indulgence of Mr. Cruise. Very average, if not poor. Really nothing special and you need to be an MI / Cruise junkie to enjoy this one.
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A good actionBy Sheldonlt (49 reviews) from Solihull , 06 Apr 2009If you're a fan of action films then I'd give this one a try, its pretty generic but if you've got nothing else to watch then give it a go.
Mission Impossible 3By Tanita (1 review) from Farnborough , 24 Mar 2009Great film, lots of twists and turns. :-)
Set piece after set pieceBy eagerterrier (1 review) from London , 23 Mar 2009Great. Loved it.
Mission Impossible was good.
Mission Impossible 2 was dreadful beyond words.
MI:3 was a refreshing return to form.
The set up was slow, nicely shot and nicely acted.
Then you have 3 or 4 big set pieces tied together with a half decent plot. The action is exciting and will keep you guessing on 'how they going to do that?' until they actually do it.
If you thought the best bit of the first film was the Berkeley heist, then you will enjoy this. they even had time for a bit of Silence of the Lambs homage. Sweet.
A crackerBy mkingdon (23 reviews) from Bolton , 19 Mar 2009This is a straight forward all action movie, with no sense of reality or realism. We loved it.
Fantastic action, showing some great imagination, but as I say no hint of reality.
Great popcorn action from start to finish. More please.
Gadget overkillBy a customer from York , 15 Mar 2009Ethan Hunt is neither tortured enough (Jason Bourne in the Bourne Identity) or funny enough (John McLane in Die Hard) to be an enduring action character so the Mission Impossible series hasn't really stood the test in the way the other two franchises have. Philip Seymour Hoffman is delicious as the stone-cold, psycho arms dealer. I can't think that there's been a villain so sexy in such a bad way since Alan Rickman as Hans Gruber in the original Die Hard. He earned one of my three stars all on this own, but one enthralling character doesnt add up to a whole good film. There are gadgets however. So if you like your action films to come with gadgetry then you'll enjoy this film.