Movie Review: Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation (’15 Christopher McQuarrie)

Is this the best from the Mission film? No. But it wasn’t even near the worst. Rogue Nation made it feel like the film we used to love with a Mission film. The sleek production, thrilling pacing and cohesive writing worked for me big time. It was engaging, entertaining and fun. The film allows the characters to be characters and not just actors doing action stunts. The script had a hint of hilarity and sarcasm which made it more compelling. Sure it wasn’t like a groundbreaking storytelling but it felt connected. It felt fresh even without trying. Plus, the action stuff was just on the spot thrilling. Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation is action filled and entertaining piece that I genuinely enjoyed! 8

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