‘Mission: Impossible’ was an Unusually Quiet Start to a Noisy Franchise

Almost no violence, only implied sex, and an alarming lack of self-aware quips; the perfect ingredients for a summer blockbuster, no? And yet that’s exactly what 1996’s Mission: Impossible is: a sneaky, quiet roller coaster ride of a spy movie that raked in the dough by finding the fun in actually spying.

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