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Could have been another type of fallout at the premier
Yes indeed,that was great..next time its on i will record and keep all the films i havent got on my Q box yet !!
Should be soon with B25 gaining momentum.
Haha! Good one.
Having just started my marathon of the Mission: Impossible movies again, with the intention of ignoring the overstylized John Woo eyesore and the abysmal soap opera that directly follows it, I'd love for them to involve The Syndicate heading far back as to 1996 and tie it to the Jim Phelps story.
Hell, I don't expect CGI Peter Graves or a crippled Jon Voight to show up, but I would want Jim Phelps exonerated. They have to fix that mistake. Phelps wasn't a man who would've betrayed his country and allies just because he was "pissed off at the President running the country without his permission" as he puts it. That would never be Phelps.
They could mention that The Syndicate took him out and replaced him with a substitute. I want that in Fallout.
I like that idea. I wouldn't go as far as Phelps being the originator but a tie in with the first, done right would work. Let's just hope that we don't see pictures of Phelps, Kreigler, Ambrose, Owen Davien, and Kurt Hendricks and they turn out to all be Syndicate members.
And all states have massive, NYC-level skyscrapers.
And personally, I don't closely associate that first film with the TV show. It uses the show as a springboard to do its own thing. It plays in the sandbox of the show --takes its premise and a character-- but eventually goes off in another direction. It's a twist, a variation on M:I, not intended to be that closely related to the original thing (except for brand recognition).
I don't like retcons, but if you have to do them, it's better to just ignore what came before, not to come up with explanations. So in this particular case, if the idea would just be to clear Phelps' name, and not to do anything new with the character, they would be better off leaving it alone.
This is what I like about the MI series. It's become an event. They're exciting action films that go out of their way to entertain us. What more could one want.
Opens in Australia August 2nd.
I know Tom has a harness attached, but that fall from the choppa still takes some balls. I have to respect this man for the lengths he will go to please his audience. I haven't seen an MI film on the big screen since MI2, but I am feeling like this one I definitely want to see on the big screen.
100% agree re that fall set piece