BRAMAN CLUB MEMBERS CONVERGE ON THEATER Braman Club members first in country to premiere newest HIT episode Braman BMW auto clients were invited to see the newest Mission Impossible installment entitled "Ghost Protocol" starring Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg and Paula Patton.
Upon arrival, a special Braman VIP ticket will-call system was set up, assuring a no-wait complimentary ticket, beverage and popcorn. Then a hollywood premiere step and repeat photo background provided photo ops for all interested. Photos can be download
The action packed adventure featured 5 BMW vehicles; the 1 Series, 6 Series Coupe, 6 Series Convertible, X3 SAV and the futuristic BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics Concept Car.
Produced by Cruise, a la Jumping on couches and picking fights with Matt Lauer will almost always garner the crazy reputation. And, as it turns out, Tom really is crazy - crazy like a fox. His decision to lure Director Brad Bird, a guy accustomed to cuddly cartoon characters, into the glitz and corrupting glamor of Hollywood action flicks may be his most deft move since getting his freak on at the end of "Tropic Thunder." It's no sham marriage, either.
The union between Tom and Bird turns out to be the real deal, as evidenced by the powerful pedigree of their first childtogether, "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol." It's a long name and an even longer movie. But, in this case, length doesn't matter; for this is one of those babies that can't help but put a big ol' grin on your face. Viewers were riveted right from the start, when Tom's cohorts helped him bust out of a Moscow prison in a thrilling and imaginative set piece set to Dean Martin's "Ain't That a Kick in the Head." And it is indeed a swift boot to the noggin for folks bored by Tom's stale antics. Faster than you forgot "Knight and Day," we're thrust from our action comas into a brave new world in which Bird morphs the principles he used on his Oscar-winning "The Incredibles" into live-action form.
Like a real-life avian, Bird defies gravity at every turn, whether it's Tom leaping off the side of the world's tallest building or Renner suspended by magnets above a meat-grinding turbine. Bird even summons a blindingly strong sandstorm in the middle of a death-defying car chase. The man simply knows no limits, and that's a very good thing both for us and Cruise, who was pretty much given up for dead in the minds of most people. But with "M:I-GP," Tom fully reminds us of why he became such a huge star. He's funny, charismatic and utterly believable as a badass. Not bad for a guy who reaches about 5-foot-6 in his elevator shoes.
Onscreen, though, Cruise stands (thanks to IMAX) 40-feet tall, ready to take on whatever the evil-doers throw his way. Even more amazing, he performs almost all of his own stunts, including a hair-raising climb up a 130-story building. Spider-Man has got nothing on this guy. And what makes him special again goes beyond the terrific actors he surrounds himself with, or the tightly wound script by "Alias" alums Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum. No, it comes down to pure unadulterated star power.
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