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  1. oh hello. I can't make the 07/13 Ebell Theater show and have two pairs of tickets available if anyone needs em! One set is in the orchestra center row P (nice straight view of the stage), the others are in the first row of the Loge, aisle seats on stage left section, closest to the center. Face[/off] value
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    Cutaway (2000)

    Cutaway bump. Come on! Don't be a whaffo! This movie is so goddamn goofy and yet it's still watchable (thanks to some legitimately great skydiving/airplane footage).
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    Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)

    TOO MANY MASK REVEALS TO COUNT
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    Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)

    ^ That's outstanding (about Anthony Hopkins). I love how they just did a complete reset with M:I3, wiping Thandie Newton off the planet and jumping right into his marriage. (And I guess I should retract my original gripe with screenwriter Robert Towne, he came in and did rewrites so who knows what was his and what he punched up. Either way, it's still a hot pile. Apparently a number of action sequences were planned before the script was written and they just had to find a way to get to them.) EDIT: Thank you for combining threads...I didnt find it on google and didnt bother to search in here. My bad)
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    Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)

    How do you make a $125mil movie that grosses half a billion and is still a huge pile of dove turds? Enter - John Woo's painful sequel to Brian DePalma's classic Mission: Impossible adaptation is the epitome of obnoxious media circa the year 2000. About a quarter of the movie is slow-mo reaction shots of people exiting vehicles. It's also got a plethora of terrible puns, dudes jumping off motorcycles and fighting in mid-air, some Face/Off science for good measure, and the single greatest/worst slow-motion kick to the face that sends a character off his feet as if propelled by dynamite. The dialogue is objectively terrible, even though it was written by the same guy who wrote Chinatown, Tequila Sunrise, and the first M:I. Best when screened directly after revisiting the DePalma M:I
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