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UHD Review Mission: Impossible UHD Review

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Neil Middlemiss, Jun 24, 2018.

  1. Neil Middlemiss

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    Mission: Impossible UHD Review
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    I love a good spy movie. In the years I’m not watching a marathon of James Bond, I love to spin offerings from the genre both old and new. Films like the lightweight fare of the domestic spy tale, Sneakers, or the overly serious international pulp of Spy Game, there is just something about clandestine actions, secret rendezvous, and sneaking into and out of seemingly impenetrable locations–exotic and pedestrian–that I find thrilling. No surprise, then, that the Mission: Impossible movies, even the flawed entries, entertain entirely. Now in 4K, they look and sound better than ever.

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    Thanks for the review!

    This is my favorite of the series. The last 2 have been fantastic! I can’t wait for Fallout!!
     
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    The film's overwritten, borderline incoherent plot that spits on the legacy of the TV show its based on is what ruins the first Mission:Impossible for me. For that reason, the Mission:Impossible film franchise doesn't really begin until M:I-III.
     

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