- Posted August 15, 2013 by
Los Angeles, California
This iReport is part of an assignment:
iReport at the movies
- What was most important to Tarquin Wilding's Grandmother Elizabeth Taylor
- Behind the scenes at the Hollywood Christmas Parade
- Review of Out of the Furnace with Q&A with Casey Affleck and Scott Cooper
- Panorama shots from the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show
- AFI Gala screening of Nebraska with A Tribute to Bruce Dern
Our review of Paranoia from a press preview
To us the film looks like it is a updated version of "Mission Impossible", television version. This time using bright young and attractive nerds in place of Phelps, Willey, Barney, Cinnamon and Rollin. Add in a couple of extended appearances by Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford and you have a fairly engrossing pilot film for television.
As a feature film it acts like a tent pole in so much time was explaining what was going up you knew it meant for a sequel to follow. This can only mean for cable for it simply doesn't carry its weight a a feature film.
There is also a definite link to "Mission Impossible" with Josh Holloway from the last Tom Cruise movie in it.
Mr Ford and Mr Oldman were both showing allot of of age in the film but since they were supposed to old it worked because this was Hemsworth film and and his teen fans of will find it enjoyable no matter what.