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Tom Cruise still does all his own stunts, and Rebecca Ferguson’s femme fatale is a marvel, but the new Mission: Impossible is strictly by-the-numbers stuffFive films and nearly 20 years into the Mission: Impossible movie franchise, it’s still hard not to feel nostalgic for the original 60-70s TV series, the most rigorously formulaic thriller show ever.
(1949, Carol Reed; StudioCanal, PG, DVD/Blu-ray)From the moment the first audiences saw the opening image of Anton Karas’s zither filling the screen with the nerve-jangling Harry Lime Theme (before, indeed, they had heard the word “zither”), they knew that with the second collaboration between director Carol Reed and author Graham Greene they were in for something special.
Subscribe to the newsletter Hello! I'm Mark Olsen, and welcome to your weekly field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. This past week we had an Indie Focus Screening Series event with "Diary of a Teenage Girl," followed by a Q&A with director and writer Marielle Heller and performers Bel Powley
An eccentric build-up and some ingenious booby-trappery can’t quite compensate for the plotting holes in this cub scout slasher movieHere’s a novelty: a slasher movie about cub scouts. It’s also Belgian – and whatever the Friday the 13th series had going for it, it didn’t have subtexts about Franco-Flemish cultural tensions.
Iris Apfel, the beloved 93-year-old New York fashion icon, is a fitting subject for Albert Maysles’s penultimate filmEdna Mode, the hi-tech fashionista of The Incredibles, may have had Anna Wintour’s hair, but more distinctively, she had the porthole-sized spectacles of Iris Apfel, the 93-year-old subject of this documentary. A beloved New York fashion icon and self-styled “geriatric starlet”, Mrs Apfel is famous for dressing with delirious, eye-searing panache.
For me, it was the final scene of the first Insidious movie. It came out of nowhere and I may or may not have been a bit deep in a pitcher of Long Island iced tea, but it still bothers me to this day. What movies have had a similar effect on you?