Welcome to Cinema SitDown, formerly the LaF podcast. Today, on episode 213, Richard Lusk and Ryan Bull review Mission: Impossible - Fallout. This version contains spoilers. If you want a spoiler free review of the film, then listen to episode 213.5.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout is Tom Cruise’s sixth time playing Ethan Hunt for the Mission Impossible franchise. The plot of this action spy film has Ethan trying to track down some missing plutonium before it is used in atomic bombs. Along the way Ethan will have to run, jump, drive and fly as he tries to not only save the world but his friends as well from enemies both old and new.
In addition to the review, the fellas discuss the state of action movies, debate CGI vs stunt work, and try to figure out if Tom Cruise is the greatest action movie star currently making films.
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