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Mission Impossible III (2006)

Original Title :  Mission: Impossible III
Director : J.J. Abrams
Writer : Alex Kurtzman
Roberto Orci
J.J. Abrams
Bruce Geller
Genre : Action
Adventure/Thriller
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Arthur Anderson , Tom Cruise , Stratton Leopold , Enzo Sisti , Paula Wagner
Music : Michael Giacchino
Photography : Daniel Mindel
Distributor : Bontonfilm
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of frenetic violence and menace, disturbing images and some sensuality.
IMDB ID : 0317919
Official site : http://movies.uip.de/mi3/
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Starring

¬Tom Cruise Ethan Hunt
¬Philip Seymour Hoffman Owen Davian
¬Ving Rhames Luther Stickell
¬Billy Crudup Musgrave
¬Michelle Monaghan Julia Meade
¬Jonathan Rhys Meyers Declan Gormley
¬Keri Russell Lindsey Farris
¬Maggie Q Zhen Lei
¬Simon Pegg Benji Dunn
¬Eddie Marsan Brownway
¬Laurence Fishburne Theodore Brassel
¬Bahar Soomekh Davian's Translator
¬Jeff Chase Davian's Bodyguard
¬Michael Berry Jr. Julia's Kidnapper
¬Carla Gallo Beth
¬Paul Keeley Ken
¬Bellamy Young Rachael
¬Jane Daly Mother
¬Tracy Middendorf Ashley, Julia's Friend
¬Greg Grunberg Kevin
¬Aaron Paul Rick
¬Colleen Crozier Party Goer
¬Sabra Williams Annie, Julia's Friend
¬Sean O'Bryan Party Goer
¬Rose Rollins Ellie, Julia's Friend
¬Sasha Alexander Melissa Meade
¬Bruce French Priest at Funeral
¬Anne Betancourt Nurse Sally
¬Paolo Bonacelli Monsignore
¬Kathryn Fiore Party Goer
¬Michelle Arthur Airline Worker
¬Robert Alonzo Guard
¬Ellen Bry Lindsey's Mother
¬Antonietta De Lorenzo Roadblock Driver
¬Jonathan Dixon 7-Eleven Guy
¬Patrick Pankhurst Lindsey's Father
¬Sally Elphick Mourner at Funeral
¬Tony Guma Jim
¬James Shanklin Hospital Chaplain
¬Jillian Fontaine IMF Council
¬Diane Gaeta Assistant
¬Andrea Sartoretti Roadblock Driver
¬Antonio Del Prete Vatican Video Room Guard
¬Francesco De Vito Greeting Priest
¬Giorgio Marchesi Vatican Gate Guard
¬Brandon Molale Torturer
¬Kwame Rakes Precision Driver
¬Niccol√≤ Senni Vatican Gate Guard
¬David Waters IMF Officer
¬Michael Kehoe Mike, Hospital Employee
¬Timothy Omundson IMF Agent
¬John H. Tobin Vatican Security
¬Jos√© Z√ļ√Īiga IMF Agent Pete
¬William Francis McGuire IMF Head of Security
¬Barney Cheng Janitor
¬Abra Chouinard Airline Passenger
¬Douglas Price IMF Agent
¬Dana Dru Evenson Woman shot on bridge
¬Michael Bennett Vatican Party Guest (uncredited
¬Jaymes Butler Agent (uncredited
¬George Cheung Shanghai game player (uncredited
¬Daniel Mindel Doctor (uncredited
¬Ben Solenberger IMF/Mailroom Worker (uncredited
¬Jasmine Brooke White Customer (uncredited
¬Ty Williams Thug (uncredited
 

Plot

Super-spy Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) has retired from active duty to trains new IMF agents. But he is called back into action to confront the toughest villain he's ever faced - Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman), an international weapons and information provider with no remorse and no conscience. Hunt assembles his team - his old friend Luther Strickell (Ving Rhames), transportation expert Declan (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), and background operative Zhen (Maggie Q), to rescue one of his very own trainees, Lindsey (Keri Russell) who was kidnapped while on a surveillance detail of Davian. It soon becomes evident that Davian is well-protected, well-connected, and downright malicious, forcing Hunt to extend his journey back into the field in order to rescue his wife, Julia (Michelle Monaghan), and uncover IMF double agents in the process. Former secret agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is now having a quiet and peaceful life along Julia (Michelle Monaghan), his fiancée. But one night, comes a new mission for Ethan, the rescue of an ex colleague, Lindsey (Keri Russell), kidnapped by a sadistic and dangerous weapons dealer, Owen Davain (Philip Seymour Hoffman). But there's one thing: Julia doesn't know that Ethan is a secret agent. So, Ethan will have to accept the mission without telling Julia the truth. Things doesn't go well with the rescue, and now Ethan is on the search of Owen, who is closing some deals in The Vatican. Brassel (Laurence Fishbourne), the agency director, puts Ethan in charge of another mission: locate a mortal weapon, only known as "Rabbit Foot". The answer will be at Owen's secret documents and information. So Ethan, with the assistance of an incredible team formed by his old mate Luther (Vingh Rames), and new acquisitions like Zhen (Maggie Q) and Declan (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), will chase Owen all over the world, from Rome to Shanghai City, using high-tech and all sort of gadgets. But Ethan's little secret to Julia will have fatal consequences, finding out that happiness of love won't combine well with his secret work as a spy. Super-spy Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) has retired from active duty to train new IMF agents. But he is called back into action to confront the toughest villain he's ever faced - Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman), an international weapons and information provider with no remorse and no conscience. Hunt assembles his team - his old friend Luther Strickell (Ving Rhames), transportation expert Declan (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), background operative Zhen (Maggie Q), and fresh recruit Lindsey (Keri Russell) - to travel the globe pursuing Davian and rescue Hunt's love, Julia (Michelle Monaghan). Former spy Ethan Hunt is called back into action to recover a missing IMF Agent. But complications arise when his fiancée is captured and he must fight to get her back.
 

Comments

Enjoyable movie but wheres the intrigue? and wheres the big ending?, 12 June 2006 Author: kooleshwar (dudeshwar@yahoo.com) from India Being the 3rd movie in the series I went into the movie with the required lowered expectations.This movie met my expectations in some departments while disappointed me in the others.The movie started out promisingly enough with a sequence involving the rescue of a kidnapped operative. We can see the reason why the retired cruise decides you come out of retirement.What really doesn',t go down with me is that how nowadays all movies EVEN ACTION MOVIES ARE BEING DRIVEN BY LOVE. Are they no other emotions driving mankind, what about the simple action movies what about other sometimes stronger emotions such as greed, survival, patriotism, duty, revenge. Why are we subjected to movie after movie where the whole world revolves around love. It was cool in the first few films but its increasingly irritating that movie makers in order to appeal to a wider audience are force feeding romantic elements down your throat.To add to that we are forced to cope with Sensitive Action Heros, Strong Women Who rise to the occasion, the over predictable double cross, the faithful team, the oh so simple plot that is as clear as water. Whatever happened to complicated multiple double cross and multiple motivations driven plot where I actually know that people went to see it twice just because they didn',t get it the first time. This movie is sanitised for my liking.The acting especially from Tom Cruise was top class he played the role of a returned special agent all to easily and for the first time and thankfully so looked his age. The rest of the cast which included some great fresh new faces especially Maggie Q were also great making this all to plain movie slightly better.Hats off to Philip Seymour Hoffman who sent chills down my spine as a menacing arms dealer without the theatrics. He somehow achieved this effect merely by saying things as unemotionally as possible and looking at Tom Cruise with no expression in his face. Just the coldness in his eyes and words were enough to make him a memorable screen villain.The plot was to simple to be mentioned and the direction was top class but just good as any other A-list Hollywood movie. The locations were again run of the mill and nothing worth mentioning.Special scenes were the opening sequence with the daring rescue which ends surprisingly. Clearly the best scene was the attack on the bridge on Tom Cruise. The scene had some great action and mind boggling special effects.The movie lacked the big ending that we have come to associate with the series. The thankfully eliminated the predictable IMPOSSIBLE HEIST but I would have still liked to see a bigger better more exciting ending.In all a good package that will unfortunately or fortunately appeal to all audiences. Liberally scattered with some great scenes that keep you interested throughout.Watchable with lowered expectations.+s a memorable screen villain, great acting and cast, a couple of great scenes, fast pace, complete package, Doesn',t Disappoint DESPITE THE HYPE,watched it half price in the morning show hehe -s tooooooo simple, toooooo predictable, no big ending, complete package, NOTHING NEW TO OFFER.total 6/10 (however if seen in absolute terms its a 4 but considering lowered expectations reaches a 6)
 
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