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26 October 2008 @ 01:11 am
Not that I'm complaining or anything...  
Okay, History Television. I get that maybe JAG could pass for history, since it's all military and was topical for the time it was on. I'll even buy that CSI:NY is somewhat relevant, since it takes place in the aftermath of 9/11 and occasionally references it. Ditto for NCIS. But how do you justify Mission Impossible II?

...seriously?

I'd never thought I'd say this about a movie franchise, but the third one was better. Not that I've seen the first one. I watched the third one first. Because it has Johnathan Rhys Meyers in it and I was going through a Johnathan Rhys Meyers period at the time.
 
 
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Human Collaborator Flunkie Pool!fic Musejoyfulfeather on October 26th, 2008 05:25 am (UTC)
Hehe, that is a bit questionable! It's kinda sad when cable networks forget what they're supposed to be about. (See: wrestling on Scifi.)
formerly lifeinsomniac: MoranSortedjoonscribble on October 26th, 2008 06:43 am (UTC)
I was going through a Johnathan Rhys Meyers period at the time.

Haven't we all? *G*
AngiePenangiepen on November 5th, 2008 10:37 pm (UTC)
I actually liked the first one the best. A lot of people slammed it for being "too complicated" [eyeroll] but I actually liked that it assumed the viewer had a brain and was able to use it. Good story, and I had no problem keeping up with what was going on.

Number three was definitely good too, though. I'll keep watching these no matter how whacked-out Tom Cruise gets. [wry smile]

Angie
The Writer They Call Tay: DH: Coming Alongawanderingbard on November 6th, 2008 04:08 am (UTC)
I am, fortunately, able to separate real-life Tom Cruise from movie role Tom Cruise. RL Tom Cruise makes me want to throw bricks, where as movie Tom Cruise I can appreciate is (from what I've seen of him) a capable, charismatic actor.