Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
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Ethan and team take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating the Syndicate - an International rogue organization as highly skilled as they are, committed to destroying the IMF.
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Everything that a Mission Impossible Film Should Be
I remember when the first Mission Impossible film came out when I was a kid and I saw it in the theater. It was exciting, and kind of awesome, but it was also a bit on the sad and dreary side (as listening to the soundtrack by itself reminded me) losing a lot of the fun and thoughtful nature of the old TV show. While it was made when Tom Cruise was in his prime, I noticed after buying it that I never wanted to watch it. It just wasn't a very fun or joyful film (regardless of what that says to you of it's quality). Despite that though, the infiltration of CIA Headquarters was absolutely iconic and definitely one of Tom Cruise's finest moments (shared perhaps with the bullet train fight at the film's climax).
MI was followed by a lackluster sequel that recycled the plot of Notorious and permanently left a foul taste in my mouth for Thandie Newton while introducing me to John Woo. The third Mission Impossible film was so bad I only saw it once in the theater.Read more ›
“Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 2.39:1 encode. The image is filmic. There are lots of fine details, especially facial features on close-up. Colours are rich and robust. Skin tones are natural. Blacks are deep. This is a very natural filmic transfer. (5/5)
“Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” blasts onto blu-ray with Dolby Atmos/Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless track, which is dynamic and robust. Joe Kraemer's musical score is enveloping. His incorporation of “Nessun Dorma” by Puccini has unofficially become “Ilsa’s Theme.” The bass is deep. Dialogue is crisp. This is a very immersive experience. (5/5)
Tom Cruise is a dynamic presence. His dedication to performance and physicality are second to none. “MI: Rogue Nation” offers up numerous signature sequences, including the heavily advertised plane stunt, a riveting underwater dive, a motorcycle/car chase shot at real speeds, and a magnificent sequence where Hunt needs to thwart an assassination attempt while backstage at the opera (an excellent homage to “The Man Who Knew Too Much”). Rebecca Ferguson absolutely nails it as Hunt's equal, Ilsa Faust. Great movie. (5/5)
1 “MI: Rogue Nation” has an estimated budget of $150 million, but has a worldwide gross of $682 million with 71% of receipts from overseas, just slightly behind “MI: Ghost Protocol” at $694 million,.
2 Both Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg performed all their own driving stunts. The stunt coordinator told Simon Pegg that he did not have a driver better than Tom Cruise himself.Read more ›
And there is beauty. Of course the gals will swoon over Tom Cruise. He still looks as good as he did in Top Gun of 1986. After several Missions Impossible, and "A Few Good Men", he remains as photogenic as ever, and in top physical form. He has his rival, one the guys will thing stunningly hot, in Ilsa (played by Rebecca Ferguson of `The White Queen'), who has her own action moments. A very fine duo, and keep in mind Ferguson was only 3 years old when Top Gun hit the screen. A fit and sassy duo indeed, worthy of a second movie together.
But, face it, it is the barrage of action that makes this film 5 star and will pack the cinema seats. I'll wait for the DVD for a second and third viewing.
PG-13 but it's certainly NOT just for teens and young adults.
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Almost non-stop action and good special effects. If you're looking for a movie that is "believable," this is not for you.Published 16 hours ago by DE Winter