Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation (2015)


Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
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Released:  Friday, July 31, 2015  
Length:  132 minutes
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Genre: Action/Adventure
Rating: Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of AmericaSome material may be inappropriate for children under 13.


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With the IMF disbanded, and Ethan (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, the team now faces off against a network of highly skilled special agents, the Syndicate. These highly trained operatives are hellbent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of terrorist attacks. Ethan gathers his team and joins forces with disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation, as the group faces their most impossible mission yet.

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Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Theatrical Review

It has been nineteen years since the first Mission: Impossible film, and, this week, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise; Edge of Tomorrow, Top Gun) is back in it's fifth outing, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation.

Things haven't been going so great for Mr. Hunt since we last saw him in Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol. The IMF (Impossible Missions Force) is on the verge of being disbanded by a government oversight committee, and the secret group he has been tracking, The Syndicate, is bigger than it ever was. Unfortunately, this leaves Ethan, and his band of loyal friends, searching for a way to save the world with even the "good guys" against his every move.

To help Ethan along on his impossible mission are some blasts from the past, including Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg; Star Trek Into Darkness , The World's End), William Brandt (Jeremy Renner, Bourne Legacy, The Avengers), Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames; Pulp Fiction, Con Air), and femme fatale newcomer Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson; Hercules). 

The chemistry between the returning actors and Tom Cruise is almost perfect. Simon Pegg's and Luther Stickell's scenes do not feel like the actors are acting, it is just as if two people are in a natural flow of conversation. Unfortunately, the same can not be said for Jeremy Renner's character. Each time he is on screen it looks like it is a struggle for him to stay in character while spouting his lines. It is almost as if he is reading from a whiteboard that is held off camera for him. The breath of fresh air in the series comes from leading lady Rebecca Ferguson. She plays the character well; whether it's using her character's womanly charms on Ethan, or disarming a Syndicate agent in about 15 seconds, she is a joy to watch on the screen.

One great aspect of the Mission: Impossible films is that each film has its own unique directorial style and Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation keeps that tradition going. Gone are the cartoonish elements from Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol to make the film a more realistic and grittier action film by director, Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher), and while the tone is a bit more realistic, it also makes the film seem a bit unpolished, a first in the Mission series. Instead of scenes flowing from one to the other, you are more jolted from one to the next, which makes the audience take a few moments to transition their brain to the next scene. It is as almost as one can feel the director say "cut" and then next scene moved into place before "action" is shouted to the actors.

Distracting you from some of these directorial elements is some fantastic stunts that are all real, a feat that is mind-blowing for this day and age. From Tom Cruise holding on to a real airplane while it is flying, to car chases with no breaks through 14 city blocks, and then to top it off with Tom Cruise diving into 75,000 gallons of water without an oxygen mask, the film ups the stakes on the lengths an actor will endure to make a great film.



While Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is an adequate entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise, it is not the standout film that it could, and should, have been. However, saying that, it is still miles above most of your standard action films, and, just like the James Bond franchise, Ethan Hunt and Mission: Impossible will be around for years to come. B-


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Tom Cruise Will Always Do The Impossible Cause he is A Fighter Not A Quitter You ago Dude
3/6/2016 3:51 PM EST

Really good movie
11/24/2015 10:08 AM EST

Bring on some Ethan Hunt!
8/8/2015 12:37 PM EST

Very Good Movie Good Thing I am not The One involved with The IMF
8/4/2015 8:52 PM EST

Seeing again just incase my initial thoughts on the film were wrong.
8/2/2015 7:11 PM EST

Best yet!
8/1/2015 1:01 PM EST

Should be cool!
8/1/2015 5:10 AM EST

I'm going to the new MI flick tonight and Daytona Beach tomorrow! I said goddamn what a rush!!
7/31/2015 1:58 PM EST

Can't wait to see it!
7/28/2015 12:26 PM EST

So exited!!!
7/27/2015 6:56 PM EST

My first mission impossible movie
7/27/2015 6:55 PM EST

@FlickDirect screening.
7/27/2015 6:41 PM EST

Woohooo! Preview time! Thanks!
7/27/2015 6:17 PM EST

At 114, Tom Cruise's abs are as chiseled as ever.
7/26/2015 8:25 PM EST

Mission: To infiltrate KFC and steal the Colonel's secret recipe
7/20/2015 6:42 PM EST