Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation | Movie Review 08 Aug 2015   476


Star Cast: Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, Alec Baldwin
Direction: Christopher McQuarrie
Genre: Action
Duration: 2 hours 13 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India:

We get an idea of the kind of limits Tom Cruise will go to, in order to entertain his fans, almost as soon as the movie begins. He clings to the outside of a cargo plane (the shot reportedly took eight takes) while in flight, as he desperately maneuvers to get inside the
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There’s a reason why Tom Cruise is still a beloved movie star. Even after turning 53, he continues to appear in big science fiction and action thrillers in which he does his own stunts. It helps that most of the films he does are actually pretty good, and he gives it his 100% every single time.
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Hindustan Times:

Tom Cruise is the engine that powers Mission Impossible franchise and nowhere is it more pronounced than in the first 10 minutes of Rogue Nation. The opening of the film is pure adrenalin as Cruise’s Ethan Hunt literally manifests to save the world from yet another disaster.
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Ethan Hunt has just pulled off another “impossible” mission, barely surviving with his life after hanging off the side of a cargo plane during takeoff, even as he goes about saving the day. That, apparently, isn’t enough and his agency, the IMF gets dissolved and the CIA takes over.
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When it comes to plot however, this film, written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, is convoluted and weighed down by uneven pacing. It opens at a point where a grim CIA chief (Alec Baldwin) calls for the disbanding of the IMF, because its operations are too dangerous and irresponsible.
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The Indian Express:

Ethan Hunt is the living manifestation of destiny. Even the CIA director, a man none too fond of the agent with the many missions impossible under his belt, is forced to admit this in Rogue Nation.
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Back in 2009’s brilliant In The Loop, Hollander played the dumbfounded Simon Foster, a Secretary Of State of some kind and a smalltime MP. Now, in Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation — the fifth film keeping that inflammable Lalo Schifrin
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India Today:

With Mission Impossible Rogue Nation, the spy thriller series has released its fifth instalment with Tom Cruise reprising his role of Ethan Hunt. In this day and age of VFX and green screen action sequences, this film manages to retain the old-school action formulae that made this series a hit in the first place.
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