Friday, 7 August 2015

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation review by ANIZ FILMVALA

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

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Directed by   :   Christopher McQuarrie

Cast     :     Tom Cruise,Jeremy Renner,Simon Pegg,Rebecca Ferguson,Ving Rhames,Sean Harris & Alec Baldwin

Director Christopher McQuarrie helm’s the fifth installment of Mission: Impossible series which promises all, extraordinary pace, mind boggling stunts, meticulous characterization and magnanimous action designed. Tom Cruise as IMF Agent Ethan Hunt hits the bull’s eye as he gives the franchise a new birth with his vigor and proficiency to re-energize the role.

Two hours plus the film will swoop you out your feet and leave you on the edge of the seat with its universal appeal, yeah full on commercial entertainment with just one big significance of enthralling the audience showing them out of the world entertainment. That's the kind of film and the Hollywood pasha's are well aware what the world audience wants.

In nutshell the IMF is in scatter and Ethan (Tom Cruise) out of sync, the squad now has a challenge to create a network of highly accomplished special agents. Now these highly skilled operatives are hell-bent on bringing a parallel order through an increasing series of terrorist attacks. Ethan thus have a mission to gather his team and join the forces with disowned British agent Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation, and the group have to visage their most impossible mission yet to come.

Please put your brain behind and get set for some nonstop exhilaration but come out with no comments and critical reaction, one helluva of a movie not to be missed….

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