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Mission: Impossible III

Tom Cruise  Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman  Actor Ving Rhames  Actor Billy Crudup  Actor Michelle Monaghan  Actor

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MPAA Rating: PG13
Contains:Violence

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Mission: Impossible III

Theatrical Release Date: 2006 05 05 (USA)

UPC: 097361184548

Studio: Paramount

MPAA Rating: PG13   Contains:[Violence]

Summary: The third entry in Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible film series involves super Impossible Mission Forces (IMF) agent Ethan Hunt (Cruise) being forced back into the field just when he was planning on marrying his girlfriend, Julia (Michelle Monaghan). The agency asks Hunt to save an operative (Keri Russell) he trained after weapons dealer Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman) kidnaps her. With the help of his field team -- played by Ving Rhames, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, and Maggie Q -- Hunt achieves his goal, but becomes involved in a web of double-crosses that leave him wondering if he can trust his superiors (Billy Crudup and Laurence Fishburne). Eventually Davian threatens Julia's life in order to get away with his evil plan. Simon Pegg appears as an IMF tech expert. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Category: Action

Features: cc
Commentary by Tom Cruise and director J.J. Abrams
Excellence in film
The making of the mission
Deleted scenes

Mission: Impossible III

Format: DVD

Release Date: 10/30/2006

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 125 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,French

Subtitles: English,Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Mission: Impossible III
1. Count to Ten [:02]
2. Engagement Party [:19]
3. Agent Lindsey Farris [3:09]
4. Chopper Chase [:31]
5. Intelligence [4:19]
6. Trust and Understanding [1:42]
7. The Vatican [:56]
8. Finding Davian [1:11]
9. Identity Theft [:45]
10. Dangerous Cargo [3:14]
11. Bridge Attack [5:04]
12. The Tables Turn [5:13]
13. Shanghai [5:26]
14. Skyscraper [:57]
15. Night Flight [2:30]
16. It's Complicated [4:02]
17. Mobile Navigator [:54]
18. Point and Shoot [2:32]
19. Mission: Honeymoon [2:56]

Perry Seibert

There is a thin line between a big dumb action film and a big ridiculous action film. The first assumes the audience will turn out no matter what the filmmakers do, while the second is made by people who enjoy the outrageous over-the-top stunts just as much as the audience. Mission: Impossible III is a big ridiculous action film. The action sequences for the most part do not inspire awe with breathtaking effects, but they do provide giggles because of how the complications pile up -- the big set pieces are well-written. The gadgetry and the pacing will remind viewers of the best of the Bond films, and the supporting cast often provides welcome surprises. Philip Seymour Hoffman is riveting as the bad guy, and fans of the actor will enjoy the moment when he gets to play Tom Cruise playing his character -- a sentence that will make more sense to those familiar with the Mission: Impossible series. First-time feature director J.J. Abrams strikes a fine balance between character and action, allowing supporting players to register without ever letting it feel like anyone other than Tom Cruise is the center of the film. That may be a stumbling block for those who have grown tired of Cruise, but anyone else should feel satisfied with this solid, enjoyable effort. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Tom Cruise  Producer 
Lalo Schifrin  Composer (Music Score) 
Stratton Leopold  Executive Producer 
Han Sanping  Executive Producer 
Paula Wagner  Producer 
J.J. Abrams  Director 
J.J. Abrams  Screenwriter 
Michael Giacchino  Composer (Music Score) 
Alex Kurtzman  Screenwriter 
Yang Buting  Executive Producer 
Roberto Orci  Screenwriter 
Tom Cruise  Actor 
Philip Seymour Hoffman  Actor 
Ving Rhames  Actor 
Billy Crudup  Actor 
Michelle Monaghan  Actor 
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers  Actor 
Keri Russell  Actor 
Maggie Q  Actor 
Laurence Fishburne  Actor 
Simon Pegg  Actor 
Eddie Marsan  Actor 
Bahar Soomekh  Actor 
Jeff Chase  Actor 
Michael Berry Jr.  Actor 
Carla Gallo  Actor 
Bellamy Young  Actor 
Paul Keeley  Actor 
Jane Daly  Actor 
Greg Grunberg  Actor 
Sabra Williams  Actor 
Rose Rollins  Actor 
Sasha Alexander  Actor 
Tracy Middendorf  Actor 
Aaron Paul  Actor 
Kathryn Fiore  Actor 
Colleen Crozier  Actor 
Sean O'Bryan  Actor 
Bruce French  Actor 
Ellen Bry  Actor 
Patrick Pankhurst  Actor 
Tony Guma  Actor 
James Shanklin  Actor 
Anne Betancourt  Actor 
Antonietta De Lorenzo  Actor 
Andrea Sartirettum  Actor 
Antonio Del Prete  Actor 
Paolo Bonacelli  Actor 
David Waters  Actor 
Michael Kehoe  Actor 
Tim Omundson  Actor 
William Francis McGuire  Actor 
Michelle Arthur  Actor 
Barney Cheng  Actor 

Country: USA