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Yojimbo - wrote on 06/11/2017
The IMF team are broken up by the C.I.A. leaving Ethan Hunt hunted and alone in his quest to uncover a secret organisation of ex-secret agents intent on disrupting the world's established order. The latest instalment in the popular franchise attempts to out-Bond Bond as the super-spies pit their wits a dark reflection of the IMF known only as SPEC...I mean, The Syndicate. The first half of the film does suffer somewhat by separating the team, leaving Jeremy Renner and Ving Rhames on the sidelines but this does give Rebecca Ferguson room to strut her stuff as a kind of She-than Hunt and she exhibits the perfect balance of sex appeal and sass. The story has a very similar formula to the previous film and as such does not feel quite as fresh, but there is plenty of well engineered action - …
sreekirch - wrote on 12/19/2015
Rogue Nation does not play rogue enough. I expected from the trailers that this MI film, starring the irresistible Tom Cruise as Agent Ethan Hunt might have some fresh stuff to take. No it does not. It still stays the same crazy way. Nothing I care about the plot an Anti IMF emerging from shadows, to play rogue. I am afraid, they don't have the cash to kick start yet. So the mission is all about getting the money, to kick start their program, but IMF though struggling for existence, by the political pressure, is on the mission to stop The so called Syndicate, lead by Sean Harris. This is all Rogue Nation is about. I know that none of this, is interesting, but we watch MI movies for the Cruise factor, the high tech savvy gadgets and the impossible stunts. Do we get them? yes of course, in …
lastonetoleave - wrote on 08/27/2015
Mission: Impossible Rogue-Nation (2015) PG-13 The incoming CIA chief (Alec Baldwin) wants to disband the Impossible Mission Force, just when we need Ethan (Tom Cruise) and the gang the most. This film is certainly the best film of the Mission: Impossible series and one of my favorite films of the summer. The movie starts off with a breathtaking stunt and just keeps going from there. There is a motorcycle chase sequence that is one of the best chase scenes I have ever seen. I loved the “bromance” between Cruise’s character, Ethan and Simon Pegg’s Benji, with some great lines flowing. Rebecca Ferguson held her own with Tom Cruise (not easy to do) and makes a number of action sequences believable. Sean Harris makes a great bad guy, and Alec Baldwin is fun as the CIA chief. I …
Indyfreak - wrote on 08/09/2015
It's astonishing how the Mission: Impossible film series has gotten better and better over the years. Director Christopher McQuarrie who worked with Tom Cruise on the economical yet enjoyable thriller 'Jack Reacher' teams up with the superstar Scientologist once again to deliver one of the best summer blockbusters of 2015.
Those that enjoyed the absurdity of the action of the previous two movies and the witty banter among the characters will find a treasure trove of both aspects of the franchise to enjoy here. To put it in perspective, the famous plane stunt that has been seen in all the marketing is the FIRST scene in the movie and it's not even the craziest action scene that happens onscreen. I'll leave that to those curious and wanna see it for themselves.
The action may be …
Snoogans - wrote on 08/05/2015
'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' continues the strong upward climb from the previous sequel 'Ghost Protocol'. I loved the last entry for it's back-to-basics spy ensemble piece that also ratcheted up the action and excitement. The same can be said for this one, and more so. We start off with a set-piece of amazing stunt work and from there on it's a smooth rush through all the things that make this series great. Returning hallmarks are amplified with more focus. Not a second of screen time is wasted. The plot advances in every scene. It's full of intrigue, nefarious dealings, globe-spanning locations, and a character who's alliance remains a mystery. None of this becomes convoluted in the slightest. Constant turns around every corner are met with surprise, none of which …
Mike.A - wrote on 08/05/2015
"Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" is one of the better entries in the "M.I." series. Director Christopher McQuarrie presents the action on a large scale and succeeds in injecting them with lots of tension and surprises. Tom Cruise is as good as ever as Ethan Hunt, and as a team-oriented story the film is well written and structured, with supporting players including Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner providing entertaining standouts. The "M.I." series has always had an act for delivering weak villains. While Hoffman's bad guy in "Mission: Impossible 3" is still the series' most effective, the villain in this installment is perfectly passable.
With some tense action and a genuinely entertaining story and characterizations to support the tense action, "M.I.5" turns out to …
Kalpesh Prajapati - wrote on 08/03/2015
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MI5 is one of the best Mission impossible movies made till date. This movie has everything that audience always expects to see in Mission Impossible movies. Bike chases, Car Chases, chase on foot, excellent hacks, heists, gadgets no less than a Bond Movie – this movie has got it all and got it with a style. The breath-taking chases, outstandingly shot, will make you watch them with your eyes wide open.
Story is kept pretty simple and easily understandable and has also been executed outstandingly without confusing the audience about the main plot. This sequel of Mission Impossible takes time to show the reason behind what is happening and why it is happening.
This time there is no …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 08/02/2015
Tom Cruise continues to prove he is one of the most reliable action stars in Hollywood and that Mission: Impossible is still a solid action franchise. Rogue Nation begins with an insane plane stunt (see the poster? That one right there) and rarely lets up from there. From the back alleys and highways of Morocco to an opera in Austria to the gritty London streets - the globetrotting IMF continues to up the ante.
In Rogue Nation, the IMF is under investigation while Ethan Hunt (Cruise) finds out that the shadowy organization he has been chasing, The Syndicate, is very real. After being knocked out and watching a man callously kill another agent, he also learns that CIA director Alan Hunley (newcomer Alec Baldwin) has effectively shuttered the IMF for good. Agent William Brandt (Jeremy …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/01/2015
"Looks like the mission just got impossible". - Quote by Ben Stiller.
The story in Rogue Nation is about Ethan Hunt and his team face their biggest and most dangerous threat yet (Would you believe it) The Syndicate, an international rogue group that are as skilled as they are deadly - and their number one goal is to eliminate the IMF.
Before I talk about Rogue Nation here is all my thoughts on the previous Mission Impossible movies. The first movie in my opinion was decent and a lot of hard work went into that film, I mean you look at the behind the scenes of the first movie people really worked they ass of on that movie and to me it paid off nicely. I give the first movie a strong 3/5 star's.
Mission Impossible 2 was pretty terrible to be honest. I felt like I was watching a …