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The Most Insane Tom Cruise Stunts From The Mission Impossible Movies

Tom Cruise is crazy. And not crazy in the jump on couches and shoot lightning bolts crazy but legitimately a crazy person because he has the boulders to do his own stunts. And not just stunts like playing hopscotch in a pond but stunts that get crazier and crazier with each Mission Impossible movie. Rock climbing, running on the world’s tallest building, diving into a hole, holding an aeroplane while it takes off.


7 Things You Maybe Didn't Know About Mission Impossible

I’m not an especially big Tom Cruise fan but even I have to admit, the Mission Impossible movies are guaranteed to be a fun time. The powers behind that film franchise have pretty much mastered the art of spy action movie making and know exactly what we want: cool spy stuff, crazy stunts that put Tom Cruise in danger, exotic locales, Tom Cruise running and kick arse action sequences.


Tom Cruise Does His Own Stunts, Including Hanging Outside A Plane Taking Off

Tom Cruise is a certified crazy person, but his movies are almost always enjoyable — probably because of that craziness. He obsesses over doing his own, stunts and this most recent one –hanging off a flying plane in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation — might be his most impressive feat yet.


The First Quadruple Backflip On A Bicycle Tests The Laws Of Physics

Video: This just doesn’t seem possible. Even after watching Jed Mildon nail the world’s first ever BMX quadruple backflip, it doesn’t seem like it could happen in real life here on Earth. And that’s pretty much true! The video below shows the bad falls and crashes and body slamming it took to get this stunt down and it’s a miracle he was able to pull it off.


Watch This Mad Man Use A Swing Set To Jump And Fly Over An Entire House

Video: My goal in life as a child on a swing set was to swing so high that I would rotate a full 360 degrees (or at least reach the highest height possible before chickening out). I think everyone had that same goal. Everyone except Damien Walters. His is to get on a swing and fling himself up so high and so far that he can jump over an entire house while somersaulting in the air.


Hero Man Flies Balloon Chair Through The Sky

In what police aren’t describing (but I definitely am) as a “Classic Up situation”, 26-year-old Daniel Boria tethered 110 giant balloons to his lawn chair until he flew away.


Flying Man In Wing Suit Slices Right Through A Hole In A Mountain

Video: It’s never not pure insanity to fly in a wing suit. It’s never not pure insanity to fly in a wing suit straight through a tiny sliver of a hole on a mountain. These devils of dare are made up of such extremes that they’re not even human. Watch as extreme pyscho Uli Emanuele rip through a mountain after hiking it. Crazy doesn’t even begin to describe it.


The Bike Tricks In This Video Are Impossibly Fun To See

Video: Road bikes are meant for the road… but that’s too limiting and not fun at all. What’s really fun is seeing Italian cyclist Vittorio Brumotti freestyle all over anything that can remotely come close to being ridden on with his road bike. Like highway rails next to the ocean or narrow hand rails or an aeroplane graveyard or inside an aeroplane and more.


Two Planes Crazily Fly Through A Hangar In An Epic Stunt

Holy. Crap. This is just madness. Watch as British pilots Paul Bonhomme and Steve Jones fly through an aeroplane hangar in two different aeroplanes while zipping through the air at 300km/h. That’s right, two planes flying side-by-side, separated by only centimetres, flew straight through a building. I mean, damn.


The Trailer For The Point Break Remake Is Essentially A Crazy GoPro Video

You know all those GoPro videos you see on the Internet? You know the ones. Where crazy people skydive off planes and fly in wingsuits and snowboard and ride motorcycles and jump off cliffs and live Very Extreme Lives. All of that happens in the trailer for the remake of Point Break. Only they slapped a dark and gritty filter to make it “cinematic”.


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