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“Mission: Impossible – Fallout” does not disappoint in the thrills department.
There are around five sequences where Tom Cruise pulls off incredible stunts.
If you’re looking for a good action movie, you won’t find a better one this year.

“Mission: Impossible – Fallout” marks the sixth time Tom Cruise has played IMF agent Ethan Hunt, and I know it’s hard to believe, but this may be his most action-packed adventure yet.

It almost boggles the mind that Cruise, at 55 (when he shot the movie), is doing things in “Fallout” that actors in their 20s wouldn’t dream of. But one of the main draws to the franchise now is seeing what death-defying stunt Tom Cruise can pull off, as he is determined not to disappoint. And in “Fallout” there are about five, not just one, that will leave you in disbelief.

In the movie, Hunt and his team — played by Ving Rhames, who has been in all the movies in the franchise alongside Cruise, and Simon Pegg, who has been on since “M:I III” — are once again up against insurmountable odds. I mean, should I even go on? Do you even remember the plot of the last movie? I don’t. Okay, let’s get to the good stuff.

The action director Christopher McQuarrie (who also directed 2015’s “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation”) has masterfully crafted what I promise you will not be topped the rest of the year.

Ethan Hunt does an insane skydive, a blitzing motorcycle ride through Paris (including driving the wrong way on the Arc de Triomphe), a helicopter chase in Kashmir, and then hangs off a cliff when his helicopter crashes … into another helicopter. And it wouldn’t be a Tom Cruise movie if there wasn’t lots and lots of running.

Now just imagine how good this movie would …read more

Source:: Business Insider


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