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Mission Impossible Fallout review: ACTION FEST!

Tom Cruise’s inspiring dedication to daredevilry is the backbone of the Mission Impossible series. Many jaw-dropping, eye-popping, spectacles have come off it unswervingly, unbelievably. In the age of instant gratification and waning memory, the greatest challenge is to rouse repeat value. Ethan Hunt’s … Continue reading

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The Mummy: Tom Cruise fights beasts and boredom!

Monster movies are a creature of habit. An ancient, antagonistic ‘being’ trapped in some exotic part of the world — read anywhere outside America — is accidentally set free, all pandemonium breaks loose — as do a large number of … Continue reading

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Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Seasickness guaranteed

I enjoyed the The Curse of the Black Pearl, went along with Dead Man’s Chest, still shudder at the memory of At The World’s End and have no memory of On Stranger Tides. After a point, the Pirates of the … Continue reading

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