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Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation Review

Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation Movie Review

MI5 Average Ratings:3.42/5

Reviews Counted: 8
Positive: 8
Negative : 0

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN

Rogue Nation could have been a crisper film, but it nevertheless serves up a deliciously thrilling experience, especially if you watch it in IMAX. It’s a given that we go into these films, wondering what Tom Cruise will pull off next. The star-producer keeps that curiosity going and that charisma alive, and delivers blockbuster bliss.I’m going with three-and-a-half out of five for Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. There’s no sequel fatigue with these movies…bring on the next one!

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Raja Sen Site:Rediff

This fifth instalment might not be as iconic, but it is genuinely compelling. Also, as a bonus in this comic book blockbuster age, you can enter this Tom Cruise film knowing nothing of backstory or mission history, and come out massively entertained.It’s hard not to be awestruck. The 53-year-old leading man hasn’t self-destructed in five films, and I, for one, can’t wait to see Cruise lunge forth a sixth time. This is his kind of, um, risky business.

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Ratings:4/5 Review By:Gavin Site: TOI

When he learns that the Syndicate plans on assassinating a head of state, Hunt brings in his old friends Benji (Pegg), Luther (Rhames) and Brandt (Renner) and their mission is to thwart the Syndicate’s plans. What follows is classic MI fare with stunts galore, thrilling chase sequences, tech wizardry and more. A winsome mix of old school and new, Rogue Nation will thrill you throughout.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Shalini Langer Site:Indianexpress

It’s been 19 years since the first Mission: Impossible, and that scene of Cruise’s life hanging by a drop of sweat in it is still vivid in our memory. Or the first moment when a mask is pulled off and Cruise emerges from below it. Even the last film, Ghost Protocol, pulled off a near-impossible Burj Khalifa shot apart from giving us some heart-popping moments of suspense through certain tight negotiations. You will miss that in Rogue Nation, though it ticks all the boxes, gives its woman a satisfyingly meaty presence, and has Cruise defying age again — apart from death of course. So will there be a Mission: Impossible 6? Play it again, Hunt.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:IANS Site: Zee News

While the plane stunt, the car and motorcycle chase and the underwater stunt are breathtaking, there is no moment that is jaw-dropping or spirit-elevating. These awesome set pieces are predictably enjoyable and the tale is a bit tedious and ordinary which traverses at a comfortably rapid pace.This “Mission Impossible” will appeal to Tom Cruise fans.

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Ratings:– Review By: Gopal Sathe Site:NDTV

If you’re a fan, then you’re probably going to enjoy Rogue Nation – the film starts with a heady action sequence, and doesn’t stop as one sequence follows another with staccato precision.Despite its flaws, there’s no denying that Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is polished to perfection. Every action sequence seems planned to the minutest detail to show off every possible angle of the action in the best possible light; and there is a lot of action. If that’s all you’re looking for, then this film is the superhero smackdown you need to watch. Just don’t go in expecting anything beyond that.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

However, despite its minute flaws, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION is high on entertainment quotient. For Tom Cruise fans, the film provides ample of ‘edge of the seat moments’ and is a visual treat for action lovers. On the whole, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION will not leave the fans disappointed as it is one of the best films from the franchise. If the chase sequences and gun fights are your thing, then this film is definitely worth a watch.

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Ratings:– Review By:Juhi Matta Site:Bookmyshow

All things considered, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is the perfect film to satiate your cravings for action. It is a sleek, stylish and lavish affair, though you might occasionally need to set all logical thinking aside. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation features high-octane action sequences, along with a generous sprinkling of humor. It is an out-and-out entertainer, right from the cold open to the end credits. If you want to enjoy a film that is just plain and simple fun, catch this one in theaters this weekend!

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Movie Name: Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation

Synopsis:With the IMF now disbanded and Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, a new threat — called the Syndicate — soon emerges. The Syndicate is a network of highly skilled operatives who are dedicated to establishing a new world order via an escalating series of terrorist attacks. Faced with what may be the most impossible mission yet, Ethan gathers his team and joins forces with Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), a disavowed British agent who may or may not be a member of this deadly rogue nation.

Release Dates: Aug 6 2015

 Director: Christopher McQuarrie

Running time: 2h 11m

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    The ‘Cruise’ rides, high on entertainment! [3.5/5]

    IMF (Impossible Mission Force] has been shut. Agent Ethan Hunt is a wanted now. CIA has taken over the further responsibilities to decide on all the anti-national threats; and also to locate and eliminate Mr. Wanted. Meanwhile, the mission impossible here for agent Hunt is to track and prove the existence of an illegitimate/undercover group of highly-skilled eliminators branded as the Syndicate. Now, you don’t need to be a fan of the popular franchise to guess what follows next. The plot has been set. The tracks are laid. And illustrated as ‘the living personification of destiny’, Ethan Hunt is ready to take you on a thrilling ride where betrayals are norms, guns are on the loose and there is always a ticking time-bomb situation. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE- ROGUE NATION is exactly what it promises to be or is expected to be. Probably, the most satisfying contribution to the series!

    Though it all has become a ‘predicted from miles’ mix of elements now i.e. a comic sidekick [Simon Pegg in this case] waiting to throw-up witty one-liners every time his mouth is opened, a grumpy-cranky boss [Alec Baldwin], an understanding, sympathetic and constantly supportive partner [Jeremy Renner], a mysterious femme fatale [Rebecca Ferguson] destined to be the flame of the fearless male protagonist, sooner or later and the almost unshakable villain [Sean Harris] with more distorted desires than his tonal expressions; MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE- ROGUE NATION doesn’t fall in the league of ordinary efforts. The highlights are certainly the high-octane action sequences, pulse-raising bike-chase, the eye-arresting locations and the blazingly electrifying theme soundtrack.

    Tom Cruise decidedly looks susceptible at first to every given situation where he is needed to outperform himself and later emerges comfortably as the unstoppable at nothing kind of superhero. He is known and loved for that; and this action-expedition only takes the frenzy a notch up. Be it the hanging out [in literal sense] with the running plane scene featured in the trailers also or the amazing dive in the whirls of pool scene; stunts are visually breathtaking and Cruise as always the most comfortable at it.

    Film finds another prop of strength, conviction and visual delight in Rebecca Furguson. Clad in a stunning Golden ball gown, she can kill you with not only her looks but moves that come with a warning of ‘blink and you miss’. She can gift Cruise a sense of bewilderment in his judgments, that too more than once. The best from her comes when she tries to encourage Hunt in pure poise with ‘come away with me’ plea. Simon Pegg successfully marks his comic-best in the weekly polygraph test scene where he has to cheat the technology used to gain considerable information about Hunt. The only weak link likes to be is in the casting of Sean Harris as the chief of the Syndicate. It could have been more fanatic, freaky or dramatic I would say as we are here dealing with Tom Cruise and not some Gary Oldman or Colin Firth in some razor-sharp espionage drama.

    On the whole, Christopher McQuarrie directed MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE- ROGUE NATION is a ‘crispier than a wafer’ action adventure that makes your investments in the bucket of popcorns definitely a worth. And if you can catch in IMAX, nothing beats it! Mission to entertain: accomplished! [3.5/5]

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