Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Serh, Sep 6, 2020.
he’s gonna die on one of these movies and i rue the day
He’ll be the first person on Mars just to film one of these.
how big is that fuckin boat they're filming on anyway
I hope Cruise will jump a motorcycle over my tombstone because I’ll for sure die before him
What if this is the best movie ever made
it honestly might be
no pressure mcquarrie
THAT WAS DONE ON THE FIRST DAY?
looks like it
“Sorry Tom, the lighting was a bit off, let’s go again”
I can’t wait!!! They always go all out for their stunts kinda like fast and furious has the last couple of movies. Only difference is the mission impossible movies film all their shit for the most part and use practical effects and Hardly any green screen. Most of the crazy stuff done in f&f is green screened. Except the cars driving out of the plane. They actually filmed that. But I love how Tom dose all his own stunt work in all his movies and puts in the training and gets the knowledge he needs to pull off crazy ass shit
Well, I mean if that one shot goes wrong the whole movie is done, so wouldn't want to shoot it midway through.
that stunt is nothing compared to him seeing tenet in a packed theater
Pffft Xander Cage drove a Corvete off a bridge in 2002 smash hit XXX
Hell yea a return to being on top of trains from the first movie
Maybe he’s just acting out his favorite level from Uncharted 2
Imagine if Tom Cruise was a sane human being and channeled his talents into something other than entertainment. The list of things that guy can capably do is outrageous
I remember in MI6 (after he debates jumping out of that office window for a full scene), there is about 45 seconds of different shots of him just running full-tilt like a madman across a roof, and I just had to laugh. It's such a ridiculous thing to do that adds nothing to the film aside from "watch Tom Cruise run really fast", and yet him running really fast is just so entertaining you can't not watch
It’s been mathematically proven that the more he runs on screen, the better reviews the movie will get