So they’re having fun again unlike the previous 2 installments that took theirselves way too serious. Ethan feels like he’s part of the group now and not the character who eats up every other characters screen time. I loved the many callbacks from the first one, the most appreciated one being that the film solely focuses more on the IMF gang. The new addition of Jeremy Renner to be exact. His scenes with Simon Pegg are my favorite and are…
“What’s in the box!”
I’ll tell you.
1. A dark and eerie atmosphere that haunted me as a kid. Not many movies can creep me out without ever showing the murders in action.
2. A loose cannon that is Brad Pitt and a sophisticated Morgan Freeman teaming up to catch one of the most disturbing murderers on screen. The chemistry between Pitt & Freeman is fun to watch and at times comical.
3. A killers motive that is believable and puts…
That’s human nature isn’t it, when something new comes along, we throw away the old and replace it with the new. I get it, I really do but I just don’t understand why we let it happen to the things that doesn’t need to be replaced for something “better” or “newer”, when most of the time it’s either a scam or it’s poorer quality than what it was before. Sorry, the symbolism in this film depresses me but at least…
I have a bunch of praises and a bunch of complaints. I’m going to act like I need to quickly get it all out there before a ticking time bomb is about to go off because this installment drained me.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman being a villain.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman being the villain and the hero in the same scene!
Phillip Seymour Hoffman doing parkour.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman putting a beating on Tom Cruise.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman & Maggie Q on…