Monday, 10 February 2014

Mission Impossible III Review (Updated)

Mission Impossible III

Release Date: 4th May 2006 - Australia

Production Companies
Paramount Pictures (presents)
Cruise/Wagner Productions 
MI 3 Film (produced in association 
China Film Co-Production Corporation (with the assistance of)
The Fourth Production Company Film Group (with the assistance of)
China Film Group Corporation (CFGC) (with the assistance of)
Studio Babelsberg

Paramount Pictures Australia

Genre: Action

Rating: M

Runtime: 125 minutes

Budget: $150,000,000

Box Office Gross: $397,850.012

Plot Summary
Lured back into action by his 
agency superiors, Ethan 
faces his deadliest adversary 
yet - a sadistic weapons 
dealer named Owen Davian. 
With the support of his 
IMF team, Ethan leaps 
into spectacular adventure 
from Rome to Shanghai 
as he races to rescue a 
captured agent and stop 
Davian from eliminating his 
next target: Ethan's wife, 

Tom Cruise - Ethan Hunt
Philip Seymour Hoffman -
Owen Davian
Ving Rhames - Luther Stickell
Billy Crudup - John Musgrave 
Michelle Monaghan - Julia Meade
Jonathan Rhys Meyers -
Declan Gormey 
Keri Russell - Lindsey Farris
Maggie Q - Zhen Lei
Laurence Fishburne - Theodore 
Simon Pegg - Benji Dunn
Eddie Marsan - Brownway
Bellamy Young - Rachael
Sasha Alexander - Melissa
Aaron Paul - Rick

Writer/Director - J.J. Abrams
Based on Television Series:
Mission Impossible - Bruce Geller
Writers - Alex Kurtzman and 
Roberto Orci
Producers - Tom Cruise and 
Paula Wagner
Production Designer - Scott Chambliss 
Costume Designer - Colleen Atwood
Director of Photography - Dan Mindel
Stunt Coordinator/Second Unit
Director - Vic Armstrong 
Visual Effects Supervisor - Roger Guyett
Editors - Mary Jo Markey and 
Maryann Brandon
Writer: Theme from Mission Impossible -
Lalo Schifrin
Music - Michael Giacchino

Good, nothing of MISSION IMPOSSIBLE III (MI:III) is out of steam or repetitive. It's simply made from the competent direction of J.J. Abrams who has not yet made his name famous in the guild of directors. He took the throttling on the spy-flick for a supply of action and brought Tom Cruise to be in the series again. Unlike its precursor movie MI:II (click here) in comparison, the plot is an improvement to the second and owes it in favour of Abrams' hybrid of his screenwriting and visual style. The movie's best factor is the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman who portrays a menacing and convincingly fearless villain, the character's evil score are best left unsaid from spoiling. 

Ironically MI:III was released after the last year when his strange and personal behaviour is been caught and exposed. The film was plain and ordinary and not fully as realised to be bright and embraceable as it happened on the future and next instalment (click here). It only has its moments and still has entertainment left to make audiences thrilled. This review is dedicated to the now-late Philip for his hard work of performing. 

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Star rating: (7/10) Good Movie

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