The Canon 36 | 8/3/15
Mission: Impossible
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This week Devin and Amy are revisiting the Brian De Palma directed film that began the Tom Cruise action spy franchise, Mission: Impossible. Is the spy craft realistic or not? Is Tom Cruise forced to continue to go bigger with his stunt work? Will this be the only film in the franchise to be entered into the canon? Tune in to hear Devin & Amy rank the Mission: Impossible film from best to worst-- and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote! Warning: There will be spoilers for the latest Mission: Impossible film.


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mrm1138
mrm1138
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When does the official voting thread go up?

chill3
chill3
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Cruise picked De Palma probably because the critical & financial hit De Palma had w/ The Untouchables - a TV show adaptation. MI is no where near as good as The Untouchables.
I don't think Mission Impossible is Cannon worthy.

luptondf
luptondf
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Whoa whoa whoa. Tom Cruise is the only movie star who does his own stunts? Have you ever seen the credits of a Jackie Chan movie?