Official AVForums Blu-ray Review: Mission: Impossible III (Extreme Collection)

Simon Crust

Movie Reviewer
Reviewed by Cas Harlow, 22nd December 2011.
Rounding out my look at the original Mission: Impossible trilogy – after Brian De Palma’s thrilling and intricate first entry, and the entertaining excesses of the John Woo’s sequel – we come to the 2006’s third instalment. Between the work done during Joe Carnahan’s 18-month pre-production stint as director, and the input of his replacement, TV director J.J. Abrams, making his theatrical debut, the film blends an unusual amount of brutality with witty exchanges, offering reasonably developed characters who you actually care about and excellent action sequences that, for once, genuinely appear to be organically integrated into the plot ...

Also completing my look at the recently-released Extreme Trilogy Collection Blu-rays, we find that, just like the other instalments, this third movie comes with exactly the same video and audio as it had on its first release ...

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