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May 23 2024

The Garfield Movie : Movie Review

Look. I grew up on the Garfield comic strip, as my parents were Washington Post subscribers when I was a kid. My oldest sister had a scrapbook filled with early Garfield strips, back when he was a little more svelte, not the rotund, jovial character everyone knew from the mid-‘80s onward. My parents bought me […]
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Jul 10 2023

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One – Movie Review

In the current cinema game, there is nothing more excellent than the Mission: Impossible franchise. Led by Tom Cruise, the casts and crews of each film dare to get bigger and push further with their stuntwork and film bravado while making audiences worldwide squeal and swoon with delight. Each successive film bears a reason to go […]
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Jul 30 2015

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (Eddie’s review)

Good evening, Mr. Hunt. 36 hours ago, there was a breach in our military’s communication network. Now, an emerging terror organization known as The Syndicate has control over our entire drone fleet. Their targets: Unknown. Your mission, should you choose to accept it… — the closing “tape scene” of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol With those words, Impossible Mission Force (IMF) Agent […]
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Jul 30 2015

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

“Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” has more than  its share of clever ideas and death-defying stunts. Even before the opening credits, star Tom Cruise, consistently narrowing the divide between himself and the super spy that he’s portraying, clings to the side of a cargo plane as it makes a rather abrupt ascent from takeoff. Ethan […]
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