It was entertaining. Not amazing, not horrible, but worth a watch if you've got nothing else, or if you picked it up flipping through channels.
Clearly what shines is John Cusack throughout, and the premise is a great idea. Unfortunately the big line up of names almost get wasted for no real reason. Each of them were great in their roles, Joan Cusack, Alan Arkin, Dan Aykroyd, and Benny Urqidez, but having this many interesting characters makes it feel like…
A very old movie for the last generation, something that should be kept in the past and dug up once every few years to watch...or is there something more? With what's become of the Mission Impossible franchise, the series is expected to be in the realm of over the top action, but was it always like this? No, Mission Impossible is something else, dare I say, the definition of what it means to be a spy film.
I challenge you…