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Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015) - Film Review

The Filmnomore Movie Blog goes undercover with its review of Mission: Tom Cruise Needs a hit

To clarify I like the guy but the fact remains Mr Cruise hasn’t been ripping it up at the box office of late and it is therefore no surprise that he has returned to the franchise that is synonymous with his name.   508 more words

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Ethan Meets an Equal -- "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation"

by Gabriel Valdez

Every once in a while, there’s an action movie you breathe your way out of as the credits roll. You’ve been smiling the last several minutes and maybe you hadn’t even realized you were holding your breath. 1,685 more words


Mission:Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)

Mission:Impossible – Rogue Nation / Christopher McQuarrie / 2015 / 

Active Ingredients: Action setpieces; Rebecca Ferguson; Visual clarity
Side Effects: Pacing and length; third act complications… 674 more words


The intelligence community

One of the major dividends of the success of Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation is that it marks the return to public consciousness of the screenwriter and director Christopher McQuarrie, who has a deserved reputation as one of the smartest and most underused men in Hollywood. 972 more words


Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation – I choose to accept it

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A rogue international organisation known as the Syndicate aim to dismantle the IMF and control the world in secrecy. Ethan (Tom Cruise) and his team must take on the seemingly impossible task to uncover the secret organisation and stop them before their influence grows. 537 more words

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Movie review: 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation'

My Florida vacation coincided nicely with the release of “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation,” the fifth entry in the franchise. Both promised to be escapist retreats from the humdrum responsibilities of real life. 789 more words


IR Film Review: Supernerd Accepts and Enjoys 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation'

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

Most sequels tend to slow down as the number count in the title rises, coasting on name recognition and hoping that fans will buy a ticket just to see their favorite star rehash some half-assed plot and spout goofy catchphrases. 927 more words