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Mission Impossible and Robots are both highly enjoyable
movies. However, they appeal to different audiences.
Mission Impossible is an exciting action-packed spy movie.
This movie is about a spy called Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise), who tries to find the
mole that killed his team mates on a mission. The plot is very intriguing and
there is an unpredictable and unexpected ending, so you will not have time to
even blink throughout the whole film. The acting is superb. The lead actor, Tom
Cruise, gives a breath-taking performance, especially when he sneaks into a
room where you can’t make a single noise or even touch the ground. The
background music is also good, which makes you excited and fits to the movie.
North American PS2 cover art (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Robots is an animated film, which was created by Chrise Wedge, who also created Ice Age,
and William Joyce. It is a story about a world of robots. The main character,
Rodney Copperbottom, was born in an ordinary family. Rodney had a longing for
Bigweld, a genius inventor, so he invents a robot. One day he decides to go to
Robot City, where Bigweld is, so that he could show his invention and make his
father proud. But, when he arrives at Robot City, he notices that the city has
changed from what it had looked like on TV when he was at home. Rodney tries to
change this world with friends he met in Robot City. This film tells us that if
we try, there is nothing that we couldn’t change. This film also contains
humour and love. The computer graphics are outstanding and the world is very
Mission Impossible is for adults because it has some
violence and killing. On the other hand, Robots is for kids, but I think adults
can also enjoy it.