I’ll bet some movie fans have seen at least one NS Impossible Goal movies in his time. NS Tom Cruise-led flicks has dazzled audiences with its huge (and sometimes dangerous looking) stunt. While some of us probably wish we had Ethan Hunt’s skills, a lot of us really don’t. However, some thieves channeled the character while robbing a hardware store. And the result is as weird as you’d probably imagine.
Pearl Hardware in Portland, Oregon was an unfortunate victim of unconventional theft. The incident, which took place on Sunday, October 10, was caught on surveillance cameras of the store. The supervisor of the establishment told the local news associate Fox 12 that the thieves climbed to the top of the building, and went in through the light. The video shows a rope hanging from the ceiling and a man blinking down, followed shortly after by his partner.
Once in the building, the two proceeded to collect various items into carts and canoes. The store manager, identified as Drew Stefani, confirmed how long the two stayed in the store and what they actually did:
The observer had no problem admitting that the situation was “like a mission impossible kind of thing.” Although he also pointed out that Tom Cruise’s protagonist might not have pulled it off as easily. Style aside, those two are unfortunately still closed with plenty of merchandise. The stolen items would collectively be worth thousands of dollars in turnover.
Although it cannot be said with certainty whether the thieves were definitely affected Impossible Goal, it is interesting that the manager saw this when describing the situation. If anything, it’s just a sign of how the blockbuster movie series has really entered pop culture. The franchise, which originated from the classic CBS show, just resonates with moviegoers. Sure, the stunts are incredible to watch, but it’s the emotional stakes and character moments that really make movies.
Right now the public is waiting for its release seventh installment, which has seen its share of setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The wait has been long, but the film finally wrapped up in September with director Christopher McQuarrie celebrating a milestone With a great picture. Based on what has been seen in the film so far, it looks like action sequences are being done up for this movie, and I suspect that many people would like to repeat what is being done.
Hopefully, no one will try to imitate these Portland thieves after this video footage airs. I think we can all agree that stealing is never right, and I’ll bet Tom Cruise himself wouldn’t admit it.
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