Mission: Impossible - Fallout Movie Review: An Action Packed Thriller With A Lot Of Edge-Of-The-Set Moments and Adrenaline Rushes
The sixth installment of Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible has got most of the fans excited for many days especially when the fans of Cruise were shocked after hearing the Tom's Injury while shooting the stunt in London.
The film begins with Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his allies Benji (Simon Pegg) and Luther (Ving Rhames), the perfect team of the IMF (Impossible Missions Force) are in Berlin, Germany, to get their hands on the plutonium devices before it falls on the wrong hands. Unfortunately, the mission ends up as a disaster and to add more insult to the injury, Solomon Lane (Sean Harris), the main mastermind of the terrorist organization Syndicate, makes a runaway from Paris with a daring escape. Which causes a big blow to Ethan and his team.
Alan Hunley, the new secretary of the IMF is alerted about the situation and informs Ethan about this. But what brings a twist in tale is that the CIA is involved in their operation which consist of the Erica Sloane (Angela Basset) and August Walker (Henry Cavill), after impressing everyone with Superman, Henry Cavill comes as the mysterious assassin who can never be trusted.
Along with the new team-member, Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson) also joins their team as a helping hand. After Ghost Protocol, we are seeing Julia (Michelle Monaghan) playing the role of Ethan's wife. Vanessa Kirby also makes an appearance in this as an arms dealer and the daughter of the Max (The antagonist of the first film). As usual, the two main things what I love about Mission: Impossible series is the death-defying stunts and the stunning international locations.
The crew have really worked in projecting the stunts on the big screen and the best part about the film is the locations they have chosen ranging from Paris, London, New Zealand and Norway. You will only go if you want to watch this all by yourself.