Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to go to your local movie theater…a lot.
During the next three months–last week of May through July–there are a few indie films in Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22) and Mission: Impossible – Fallout (July 27) that will be hitting theaters nationally and globally. For any summer blockbuster-loving movie fan, this lineup of beloved franchises is insane. Almost as insane as the official trailer for the latter movie in the list above that recently debuted online.
Sometimes the most appropriate reaction is just that simple.
If you thought Tom Cruise’s stunt scaling the Burj Khalifa in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol was insane…
I’m trying to find words, but this is one of those videos that speaks for itself.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout premieres July 27.
Adrenaline rushes. Defying death. Doing the unthinkable. C’mon, it’s a Monday!
Fact: Tom Cruise doesn’t care what day it is.
(FYI – There’s one quick, but funny, F-bomb at 3:28)
Well, there’s always Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday…
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
While she is super strong and skilled and considered a hero among some, she doesn’t quite meet the standard for a traditional superhero. She doesn’t fly, have x-ray vision or have a otherwordly hammer. And in the age of cinematic superheroes, despite subtle and clearly distinguishable differences, many presume that all superheroes are the same.
That idea is wrong, but that’s an analysis for a different day.
The 2018 version of Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) will challenge that generalized perception by adding a necessary space. Lara Croft is not a superhero with super powers, but a super hero with seemingly relatable abilities.
Well, relatable and attainable in the close, but still far away sense, I suppose.
Like up, up and away…