The worst Netflix movies ever, ranked

Everyone loves the Mission: Impossible movies. There are a variety of reasons why: they offer old-fashioned cinematic thrills; they are a form of escapism akin to the James Bond movies, but tougher and more American; they feature one of the last truly great movie stars, Tom Cruise. Ever since the fourth installment, Ghost Protocol, resurrected the genre from pop culture oblivion, the conventional wisdom is that the modern M: I films just keep getting better and better, and are the series’ best entries.

Well, nuts to that. I’m not going to defend the much-maligned M: I 2, which doesn’t really deserve reconsideration (seriously, what’s with all those doves?), but the original Mission: Impossible, in my eyes, is perfection, and hasn’t been topped by any other M: I film … or any action movie, for that matter. The peak of ’90s Hollywood blockbuster filmmaking, Mission: Impossible delivers two cinematic giants, Cruise and director Brian De Palma, at the height of their powers, and is perhaps the most fun mainstream movie Hollywood ever produced. Here are just a few reasons why the original M: I still holds up today.The opening titlesMission: Impossible (1996) Opening Title Sequence

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