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Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is the latest installment of the long running series. Ethan is out in the cold after the IMF was disbanded and is facing yet another group of gang out to create a new world order.
The highly skilled special agents (as always they are highly trained with their craft) called the Syndicate wanted to create a new world order through a series of terrorist attacks throughout the world. With the IMF disbanded, Ethan assembled his team and joined forces with British agent Isla Faust who could be a member of the Syndicate.
This installment of the franchise has very high production values and intricate storyline with stunning visuals and action scenes. This is your typical big budget summer movie with lots of action scenes most of which are on the edge if not impossible action scenes like Ethan is outside a plane holding on to a plane while it is taking off. It has some comedic scenes but not cheesy but like most blockbuster summer movies, it is escapist made purely to entertain.
Tom Cruise may not be young anymore but he is still on top of his games with these highly choreographed action scenes but the film really belongs to Rebecca Ferguson as Isla Faust the British agent; this movie makes her a star.
It stars Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, Jeremy Renner as William Brand, Rebecca Ferguson as Isla Faust and Alec Baldwin as Alan Hunley, directed by Christopher McQuarrie and written by Drew Pearce, Bruce Geller and Christopher McQuarrie.
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