Mission Impossible III

Mission Impossible III

Director: J.J. Abrams Cast: Tom Cruise, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ving Rhames

DVD (Wide Screen / 2-Disc Collector's Edition)

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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.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/30/2006
UPC: 0097361184623
Original Release: 2006
Rating: PG-13
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:05:00

Special Features

Disc One: ; Audio commentary by Tom Cruise and director J.J. Abrams as they discuss their experiences making M:i:3; Tribute montage: excellence in film; Go behind the camera with the making of the mission; Never-before-seen deleted scenes; Disc Two: ; Chose your mission with these 8 featurettes - ; Mission action: inside the action unit; Visualizing the mission; Inside the IMF; Mission: metamorphosis; Scoring the mission; Launching the mission Moviefone unscripted: Tom Cruise/J.J. Abrams; Tribute montage: generation Cruise; Also - ; Photo gallery; Theatrical campaign highlights and more

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Cruise Ethan Hunt
Philip Seymour Hoffman Owen Davian
Ving Rhames Luther Strickell
Billy Crudup Musgrave
Michelle Monaghan Julia
Jonathan Rhys Meyers Declan
Keri Russell Lindsey Farris
Maggie Q Zhen
Laurence Fishburne Theodore Brassel
Simon Pegg Benji
Eddie Marsan Brownway
Bahar Soomekh Davian's translator
Jeff Chase Davian's bodyguard
Michael Berry Julia's Kidnapper
Carla Gallo Beth
Bellamy Young Rachael
Paul Keeley Ken
Jane Daly Julia's mother
Greg Grunberg Kevin
Sabra Williams Annie
Rose Rollins Ellie
Sasha Alexander Melissa
Tracy Middendorf Ashley
Aaron Paul Rick
Kathryn Fiore Party goer
Colleen Crozier Party goer
Sean O'Bryan Party goer
Bruce French Minister
Ellen Bry Lindsey's mother
Patrick Pankhurst Lindsey's father
Tony Guma Jim
James Shanklin Hospital chaplain
Anne Betancourt Nurse Sally
Antonietta De Lorenzo Roadblock driver
Andrea Sartirettum Roadblock driver
Antonio Del Prete Vatican video room guard
Paolo Bonacelli Monsignore
David Waters IMF officer
Michael Kehoe Hosptial employee
Tim Omundson IMF agent
William Francis McGuire IMF head of security
Michelle Arthur Airline worker
Barney Cheng Janitor
Tim Simonec Conductor

Technical Credits
J.J. Abrams Director,Screenwriter
Renato Agostini Special Effects Supervisor
Colin Anderson Camera Operator
Arthur Anderson Co-producer
Colleen Atwood Costumes/Costume Designer
Yu Baiyang Art Director
Roy Barnes Set Decoration/Design
Dennis Bradford Art Director
Danny Bramson Musical Direction/Supervision
Maryann Brandon Editor
Michele Burke Makeup
Barney Burman Makeup Special Effects
Yang Buting Executive Producer
Inti Carboni Asst. Director
Giacomo Carducci Art Director
Phillipe Carr-Foster Camera Operator
J. Andre Chaintrevil Set Decoration/Design
Scott A. Chambliss Production Designer
Tom Cruise Producer
Kevin de la Noy Co-producer
Shi Dong-Ming Co-producer
Timothy M. Earls Set Decoration/Design
Proteus Makeup FX Makeup Special Effects
Michael Giacchino Score Composer
Tommy Gormley Asst. Director
Wang Guichun Associate Producer
Steve Harding Production Manager
Sean Haworth Art Director
Kevin Kavanaugh Art Director
Gary Kosko Art Director
Alex Kurtzman Screenwriter
Bruce Law Special Effects Supervisor
Stratton Leopold Executive Producer
Sylvia Liu Asst. Director
Mark Lucero Set Decoration/Design
Mary Jo Markey Editor
Dan Mindel Cinematographer
Moe Chamberlain Sound Mixer
Roberto Orci Screenwriter
Stefano M. Ortolani Art Director
Alan Rankin Sound/Sound Designer
Andrew Reeder Set Decoration/Design
Brad Ricker Art Director
Han Sanping Executive Producer
David Sardi Asst. Director
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
Domenic Silvestri Art Director
Luigi Spoletini Asst. Director
Jiang Tao Co-producer
Eugenio Ulissi Art Director
Stella Vaccaro Set Decoration/Design
Paula Wagner Producer
April Webster Casting
Noah Weinzweig Camera Operator
Jeff Wexler Sound Mixer
Joerg Widmer Cinematographer
Sun Yingrui Production Manager
Scott Zuber Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

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

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Mission Impossible III 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I guess that's up for debate. I sort of liked 2 but I felt that having John Woo trying to make a PG-13 was ill-conceived. If they ever make a director's cut I am sure the film would be the best of the lot. Whoever called Woo a bad director has obviously never seen Face/Off or Hard-Boiled or The Killer or A Better Tomorrow or Bullet in the Head. The beginning of MI 3 was enough to make me hang in there. The style of #3 was vastly different from the other 2 and J.J. Abrams did a great job resurrecting what I thought had been a dead franchise. The movie almost made you forget what a nut Cruise is. (Almost.)
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first MI left me confused, the 2nd MI I chose to stay away from since it was directed by the outlandishly terrible director John Woo, but this 3rd MI is right on the money. Highly recommended.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have no idea who in the world would think that John Woo is a terrible director, but they obviously have NO taste. He has put together some great movies and MI2 was his best by far and it was the best out of the three Mission Impossible films. I will say that this third installment was a good watch,though, and the villian is played by a fantastic actor! It is worth the time to watch it - Enjoy.