Bookwyrm83 wrote:Fallout: arguably the best of the series. There were a few callbacks to each of the prior movies but not many, focusing mainly as a follow-up to Rogue Nation. Thankfully the story is told well enough to be self-contained and easy to pick up, though I'm not sad to have done my homework. Cruise was his usual self but put the character first and with a great level of nuance. Henry Cavill and his mustache stole the show, giving one of the best antagonists in this series and (mostly) making up for Justice League. Excellent fight scenes, genuinely great twists and probably the darkest tone of lot. I'm glad I saw this on the big screen.
Not sure if I'll come back to these movies anytime soon but if I do, I know I'll have something fun to watch.
I wanna see this one too. Ilove most of the MI movies except for the second one, yeah that one made no sense. It was overall more concerned looking cool...and it didn't even look all that cool.
But yeah, loved the first one, the 3rd was OK and Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation were really, really cool. Can't wait to see Fallout.
When it comes to movies I watched mostly older stuff the past few days. Movies such as 'Seven Day in May', 'Twilight's Last Gleaming', 'The Final Countdown' 'On Golden Pond', Sweet Smell of Success', 'The Quiet Earth', 'The Front Page', 'Kiss of Death'and 'Sorcerer'...all pretty great.
Also watched Valerian. Actually knda liked it. I mean, didn't LOVE it but it was quite a visual spectacle. And I enjoyed it quite a bit. Especially fun in 3D.