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Mission: Impossible - Fallout (July 2018)

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M-I films follow the same pattern as the Star Trek films, except the odd numbers are the good ones.

 

Which means this one is due to be cack. Sorry :(

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2 hours ago, deerokus said:

They're all good apart from 2.

They're all perfectly serviceable action films, apart from 2 which has the added bonus of being batshit mental.

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He also uses de-aging CGI these days apparently to hide the fact he's actually 58, so in a few years he'll just be all CG.

 

He might already have retired and he's just got image likeness deals like the EA sports stars. 

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He does seem to have had some work done. I noticed it in his last Jack Reacher movie. His face looked bloated in a weird way, like he'd had the fat from his arse injected into it. Or something.

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38 minutes ago, Pob said:

Is this true?

I've seen it mentioned in a few places but I can't honestly point you to any proof. So it may well be balls but it also wouldn't surprise me in the least.

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Post production ‘beauty work’ happens all the time and by its very nature is handled with discretion.

 

Put it this way, there’s a UK TV panel show that hires people to digitally scrub the dandruff off the hosts’ jacket, you won’t be seeing that in the credits anytime soon. I’m currently working on an indie feature where the lead actress (and director) has paid to have a tiny scar/blemish removed from her cheek in every single shot of the film, and that’s a low budget example.

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