This one was on TV, and I really thought I've seen all of the MI movies. But it seems I missed this one. It's not a bad watch, but I do feel that the MI concept is starting to wear a bit thin. Yeah, it's Tom Cruise, some gadgets, a "rubber face" disguise, an impossible break-in, etc, etc. John Woo managed to put his signature on MI2, but I do not feel the this is case with the third installment. In short, an OK action flick, but nothing new here.
Went to see this Norwegian movie about WW2 legend Max Manus and his resitance against the German occupation. Starring Aksel Hennie and Nicolai Cleve Broch in the leading roles, I was afraid that it would seem odd, as both these actors are a bit over-exposed in the Norwegian film industry. But they were actually pretty good, maybe due to the fact that their charaters looked different then the what these actors usually portraits (Broch's blond hair and the longer-then usual hair on Hennie). It's also fun to see movies from cities where I've lived (like the Veum flicks from Bergen), and especially this one where they've made Oslo look 65 years older. And it is also based on a true story, with only minor artistic short-cuts and of course the story is told from the Norwegian side, but I still found it credible (no expert on WW2, though). The two hours went by pretty fast, so this movie is highly recommended. One of the better Norwegian flicks for a couple of years.