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Tom Cruise returns as Special Agent Ethan Hunt, who faces the mission of his life in Mission: Impossible III. Director J.J. Abrams (Lost, Alias) brings his unique blend of action and drama to the billion-dollar franchise.


For those who believe there's no such thing as bad press, we present the last two years of Tom Cruise's life. First there was the couch-jumping. Then the dismissal of psychiatry. Then the Scientology episode of South Park. By the time M:I:III kicked off the 2006 summer movie season, filmgoers were annoyed enough to save their wallets for The Da Vinci Code. The ultimate box office haul of 17 million below budget was enough to convince Viacom/Paramount honcho Sumner Redstone to give the evidently washed-up Cruise (whose previous effort, War of the Worlds, made $230 million) the boot. The J.J. Abrams-directed M:I:III should more than recoup via DVD. It's still got the killer stunts, the WTF double-crosses, and fine scenery-chomping supporting role (Philip Seymour Hoffman has a too-brief role as the "uber-villain). As for M:I:IV, here's a plot: a short-sighted studio races against time to build a guaranteed-draw marquee idol from scratch.