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Michael Flately Paid For His Own Movie

Tom Cruise has been a little quiet lately but, praise Xenu, he’s back with a new Mission: Impossible this summer! The last few Mission Impossible movies have moved towards comedy, with Simon Pegg featuring as Tom’s goofy comedy sidekick. Oh, how we all laughed!

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