Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation has all the excitement, thrills and explosions that make the series famous. Tom Cruise is still pulling off Ethan Hunt’s nothing-is-impossible attitude well. 242 more words
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I’m being 100% serious when I say this: It. Was. Awesome. It’s action packed, funny, and the plot is involved enough to keep you invested in the story while you’re being entertained by Tom Cruise’s ridiculously impressive spy antics (did you know he did his own stunts?! 73 more words
“Mission Impossible : Rogue Nation” is short on surprise but filled with spectacle. It’s a film which shamelessly utilises as many spy movie tropes as possible, but it manages to remain interesting because the actors are always fully committed to their roles, particularly Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson who really excel in action sequences. 835 more words
Mais do que as mil e uma proezas de Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise), a verdadeira tarefa impossível deste Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) é bem mais mundana: conseguir que um quinto filme de uma saga mantenha algo de fresco e não seja, apenas, um mascar interminável de bocejos e ‘mais do mesmo’. 520 more words
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is directed by Christopher McQuarrie and stars main characters Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg and Jeremy Renner.
The story starts with the IMF being disbanded, thus leaving Ethan and company to eradicate the syndicate (which is basically an Anti-IMF agency) on their own. 210 more words
Most franchises start with the best entry and get progressively worse, eg Jurassic Park or Spider-man trilogies. Some produce entries of equal quality, for example all the Lord Of The Rings films are excellent and all of the Twilight and Transformers films are complete and utter, abominable and intolerable shit! 1,210 more words