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Mission: Impossible III (Disc 2 - Bonus Disc)
Mission: Impossible III (Disc 2 - Bonus Disc)


 
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  • The Making of the Mission (1080p, 28:42). making-of piece that begins with a discussion about Abrams' involvement and talent and moving on to looking at the making of various sequences, closely examining sets, locations, stunts, and action sequences, highlighted by plenty of interviews with cast and crew and behind-the-scenes footage.
  • Inside the IMF (480p, 21:15) focuses on the assemblage and camaraderie of the talent involved in the making of the film, highlighting the strengths that each brings to their respective roles.
  • Mission Action: Inside the Action Unit (1080p, 25:39) behind-the-scenes, this one focusing primarily on the work involved in making the most intense action sequences possible.
  • Visualizing the Mission (1080p, 10:40) is a piece that looks at the importance of computerized pre-visualization sequences in developing the film's action sequences.
  • Mission: Metamorphosis (1080p, 8:09) takes a look at both the construction of the famed masks from the Mission: Impossible franchise and their place in the series.
  • Scoring the Mission (1080p, 4:59) takes viewers into the world of writing the music for a major motion picture.
  • Moviefone Unscripted: Tom Cruise / J.J. Abrams (480p, 8:03) features the duo answering a series of questions from fans and from one another.
  • Launching the Mission (480p, 14:04) looks at the film's premiere in five world locations -- Manhattan, Rome, Paris, London, and Japan.
  • Five deleted scenes (480p, 5:21)
  • Excellence in Film (480p, 9:15), the Tom Cruise tribute piece.
  • Four trailers (1080p, 5:23)
  • Six TV spots (480p, 3:14)
  • Photo gallery
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