Sunday, 29 July 2018

A Big Hunk Of Spunk


I went to see Mission Impossible Fallout this evening,
It's really no different from any of the previous five or is it 6 in the series, except the chases are longer, the fights bigger, and the IMF team is now pared down to Tom Cruise, Ving Rimes and a gaunt Simon Pegg.
Don't bother understanding the story, its a usual romp against a nutter wanting to take over the world a fact complicated by infighting by CIA, FBI  and MI6, a blond femme fatale with a flick knife and the obligatory black American intelligence woman looking tough in a power suit (Angela Bassett)
Its shite, but it is terribly polished and entertaining shite which is marvellous fun.
Rebecca Ferguson turns up again as a British agent who can break a neck with her thighs ( a nice move as she is an accomplished actress who brigs a heart and believe it or not some warmth to the movie.)
There's the usual gadgets, prosthetic masks and bells and whistles to please everyone
But for me it was the six footer muscle mary Henry Cavill who steals the film with his turn as a double agent baddie assassin
he's one massive hunk of spunk!

46 comments:

  1. I loathe Tommy so much that I'll wait for it to come to TV and fats forward through anything but Henry Cavill. He's yummy!

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  2. Don't think I'll ever go and see this film, despite the hunk.

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    1. Go on it will get your juices flowing

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  3. I'm ashamed of you. What will Russel Crowe think? lol

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  4. I think I shagged Rebecca Ferguson before she became famous. That would explain the arthritis in my neck.

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    1. i can see the Hollywood Lawyers sweating

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    2. Oh they could shut me up quite easily with a $500,000 payoff.

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  5. You should have been with us a couple of weeks ago when we took the wee man to my hubs barber...OMG...I could sit and watch that man cut hair all day. I don't know what side of the street he walks on or if he is attached to someone or not but really....if I had been 20 years (okay 30) younger I would have been showing some leg for sure. I haven't seen a movie star that looked nicer than that.

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  6. Simon Pegg??????????????????

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  7. This shows how much I don't go to the movies, but I had to look up Henry Cavill. He is a "hunk of spunk"!

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  8. Ooo-it's a long time since I encountered a massive hunk of spunk-don't think I could take the excitement x

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  9. Is it me?
    I find the films today have such Looooong fights and car chases that it all becomes boring in the end.

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    1. Me too,.... so look at that moustache

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  10. I am happy to admit that I have never seen a "Mission Impossible" film and have no intentions of ever seeing one. Sounds like a load of bollix for morons to watch.

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  11. Oddly, I think Cruise is a good actor, give half a chance and a decent role and dialogue. But, I expect having the money to live and do whatever the hell you want every minute of every day has it's lures. I've seen a lot of his movies, most, probably. I think the vampire one might have been his best acting.
    Cheers, pal.
    Mike

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  12. He's had so many accidents doing his own stunts that I watch to see if they leave in any real pain when he hits something. Still both Scifi films he's been in have been enjoyable, probably taking directions from the Scientology hive mind.

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  13. Looking forward to this, but must remember to leave my brain at home in order to max enjoy.

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  14. I saw the first MI movie. Can't imagine six of them! But Cavill does add a certain something... ;)

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  15. I've been an admirer of Harry cavil since he played the Duke of Suffolk in the BBC series "The Tudors". He has a very shapely calf.....

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  16. Henry has a great giggle

    https://youtu.be/5eIj1nDUs9g

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  17. I'll deposit all commonsense and believability at the cinema entrance and pick it up again on the way out.

    It's always worth a watch even if I do have to wince my way through Tom Cruise breaking his ankle and running on it straight away. It's been the clip shown on all trailers at the cinema ... ouch!!

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  18. What's a 'muscle Mary'???!!

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  19. I was waiting for the Big Hunk that used to be Andy Garcia appearing in Mama Mia 2 on Saturday night. How disappointed I was to see some fat old geezer with a greying beard.......Oh, wait.....!!!Lol xxx

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  20. Henry Cavill was a gorgeous nineteen year old when I first spotted him in 'The Count of Monte Cristo' and every day, he gets better and better!
    Although I'm easily old enough to be his mother, the way I feel abut him is not at all maternal!
    I love the Mi films, leave your brain at home, and enjoy them for the slick, polished escapism they're meant to be!

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  21. Yep, I remember him in the Count. And him AND Armie Hammer AND Alicia Vikander in The Man from UNCLE - all gorgeous!! I don't care much for Tom C., so don't see these movies. Can hardly believe that gif is him, though! I've never seen the beautiful Henry look so scruffy; I prefer him clean-shaven and elegantly dressed. That looks more like Jamie Dornan, LOL.

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  22. It's good to see that you're up and about and taking solid nourishment again. ;-D

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  23. If you have seen one, you have seen them all. I, might have seen one, so I need not see another.

    I saw a small independent movie (Sundance winner), Leave No Trace, this weekend. It was about human beings, which is something that I could understand. It was very well done and no one was blown up or shot.

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    1. Dying to see it! May go this week...

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  24. 7th it!!!
    Resigned myself to the Tour de France as it was raining all day thinking, at least I'd see aerial views of the French countryside. Unexpectedly, there was some cycling eye candy in the form of Peter Sagan. Paid a little more attention thereafter ;)

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  25. Sarah Jones9:48 am

    Henry is a close second to Christopher Reeve's Superman x

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