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It's a dynamic that applies to the film as well: If the robust commercial performance of 2011's "Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol" made a follow-up inevitable, then luck turns out to be very much on the side of this unusually spry and satisfying fifth entry, which finds the surviving members of the Impossible Missions Force trying to neutralize an insidious global threat, while struggling to convince their skeptical overlords that there is such a threat to begin with.
 
The result is an existential quandary that writer-director Christopher McQuarrie negotiates with characteristic cleverness and a sly respect for the sheer durability of genre; at once questioning and reaffirming the pleasures of cinematic espionage, this is the rare sequel that leaves its franchise feeling not exhausted but surprisingly resurgent at 19 years and counting.
 
 
Go someplace else to spam your wasting your time here banned within minutes of your post Shame on you
 
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Edited by Maxed, 01 August 2015 - 12:17 PM.
spammers links removed and banned leave this post do not delete it please

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Thank you now anyone that spams here their post will be merged here in our new catagory the Spammers Hall of Shame!! :histerija: :histerija: :histerija: Note the Color of the text pretty well sums it up :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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It may have a nearly all-black cast, but the new Screen Gems film — starring Sanaa Lathan, Morris Chestnut, and Michael Ealy — is not about race. “If it’s a good movie, it’s a good movie, regardless of our color,” Lathan told BuzzFeed News.
 
In “The Perfect Guy,” main character Leah (Sanaa Lathan) discovers that her seemingly perfect man Carter (Michael Ealy) is far from it. The movie’s lesson seems to be that, in a world where a date can be picked up with a flick of a finger across a cellphone screen, everyone should be a bit more careful
 
 
YET another Spammer added to the Spammers Hall Of Shame Links removed. :histerija: :histerija: :histerija:
 
 
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It may have a nearly all-black cast, but the new Screen Gems film — starring Sanaa Lathan, Morris Chestnut, and Michael Ealy — is not about race. “If it’s a good movie, it’s a good movie, regardless of our color,” Lathan told BuzzFeed News.
 
In “The Perfect Guy,” main character Leah (Sanaa Lathan) discovers that her seemingly perfect man Carter (Michael Ealy) is far from it. The movie’s lesson seems to be that, in a world where a date can be picked up with a flick of a finger across a cellphone screen, everyone should be a bit more careful
 
 
YET another Spammer added to the Spammers Hall Of Shame Links removed. :histerija: :histerija: :histerija:
 
 
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Guess they think no one looks when they join...   ;)


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