Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol

2011

Action / Adventure / Thriller

414
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 7.4 10 411771

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Léa Seydoux as Sabine Moreau
Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt
Michelle Monaghan as Julia Meade
Simon Pegg as Benji
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 10 / 10

Brad Bird does Wonders with Mission: Impossible 4

The IMF is shut down when it's implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, causing Ethan Hunt and his new team to go rogue to clear their organization's name. The 4th installment of the MI Series might be the most insane one of them all. With amazing action set pieces, special effects and death defying stunts like the ones in Dubai and the entire scene in the Garage this newest film in the Mission: Impossible Saga is both action and comedic gold and it all goes down to Brad Bird's amazing direction and an insane and well made script alongside a talented Cast of New and Old Actors who seem to be as insane as Tom is. (A+)

Reviewed by maxmages 3 / 10

This movie is unsettling and unintelligent

I do not even ask how such a stupid movie could make so much money. I'm only interested in why this film is loved by so many people. And why everyone considers him the best "Mission Impossible" part. Did you all forget the third film? Anyway, the movie is as stupid as if a five year old had written the screenplay, all plot sort of looks absolutely the same as if the studio had only three sets available, the stereo typical characters in this movie are so embarrassing even Walt Disney itself I would be ashamed and the comic relief if you can call it that way I was totally on the pointer. Of course, not everything was terrible the climbing scenes on the skyscraper was wonderful. And some fights were good. But the whole movie is full of decisions where I had to take my head and screamed out loud why? And the pacing is crap, really cheap so that every five minutes to 99% in the movie I knew what happened next, that's not exciting. (The remaining 1% were just filming stupidity) There are movies you do not like but at least you can understand why other people love it. These movies just do not irritate you but all things you do not like irritate other people. However, this is a movie where it's not just about me personally, but it's about really technical mistakes. This movie is a poorly composed puzzle. (With missing pieces) And I can not understand, I really, really can not understand why this movie pleases people; and that he pleases just so many people disgusts me.

Reviewed by slightlymad22 8 / 10

Best Sequel So Far

Continuing my plan to watch every Tom Cruise movie in order, I come to Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

Plot In A Paragraph: The IMF is shut down when it's implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, causing Ethan Hunt and his new team to go rogue to clear their organization's name.

Whilst Cruise's career was far from finished, his movies were grossing less and less, and having less impact on the box office chart too. So when Paramount wanted to make another Mission Impossible, Crusie didn't need asking twice. Personally, I used to think the third movie was the best sequel, now, I think this one is the best.

I still remember watching this in IMAX at the cinema, and I still can't watch the scene where Cruise scales the outside of the Burj Khalifa, without my vertigo kicking in. The bad guys plan is a bit James Bond, but it's held together by some great performances (I especially liked Simon Pegg) and some terrific action set pieces.

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol grossed $209 million to end the year the 7th highest grossing movie of 2011. This was the first Cruise movie to finish in the Top 10 grossers of they year since War Of The Worlds 5 years earlier.

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