Trailer Misión Imposible: Protocolo Fantasma

Trailer Misión Imposible: Protocolo Fantasma

13 diciembre, 2011

Llega a los cines españoles Misión Imposible: Protocolo Fantasma, la cuarta entrega de una saga que aúna toda la acción e intriga posibles. Tom Cruise vuelve a protagonizar la película, aunque en esta ocasión estará acompañado por los BMW más espectaculares.

La cuarta entrega de Misión Imposible, llamada Protocolo Fantasma, llega el día 16 de diciembre a los cines españoles. Acción a raudales y el caso más difícil al que se haya enfrentado el bueno de Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) son los alicientes de esta nueva entrega. Entre los protagonistas, numerosos modelos de BMW que hacen que las escenas de acción sobre ruedas sean más espectaculares si cabe.

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Kovacs 1 mayo, 2012

That’s an inenvtive answer to an interesting question

Mauro 4 mayo, 2012

Because if you just hand a kid something nice and exspveine they don’t learn anything. They don’t learn to take care of it. They don’t learn to appreciate it. They know that when it breaks mommy and daddy is going to fix it for them. When it is totaled because they were driving carelessly, mommy and daddy will buy them a new one. I have a friend who is 17 years old. She doesn’t have her driving permit, yet her mom is in the process of buying her a brand new car in hopes that she will be motivated enough to go take her test. This is a girl who cries and throws a temper tantrum when her mom tells her no about something. She whines if she doesn’t have the newest cell phone. Yet she thinks she deserves a car. There is nothing wrong with helping your kid get car. But there is something wrong with handing it to them and not expecting anything in return. Honestly kids don’t learn anything, if things are just handed to them. I’m 15 years old and when I get my license in April, my parents asked me not to buy a car, because it is cheaper to add a new driver to insurance, instead of a new driver AND a new car. And when I do buy a car, my parents aren’t going to be able to afford to pay for it for me. Honestly I don’t want my parents handing me everything in life. I have a job and I make my own money, and honestly there is nothing wrong with kids getting stuff if they earn it. But half of those kids that drive nice cars don’t deserve them. Not to mention those cars are a pain to maintain, they are so exspveine. Again 75 percent of those kids don’t deserve most of the stuff that is handed to them.

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