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Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
6 July 2012
Excerpt: Ethan Hunt gets rescued from prison by IMF agents after the launch codes for Russian nuclear missiles have been stolen by an assassin. IMF has found out that Hendricks, a dangerous terrorist, has set himself the goal of launching a missile towards the US in the hopes of starting a global nuclear war...
Excerpt: In Ghost Protocol , the Mission Impossible franchise has delivered its best outing of Tom Cruise's reign and done so by managing the simple expedient of invoking the spirit of the original TV series - plenty of human mental ingenuity on display, reliance on masks, and dependence on opponents' human...
Conclusion: Though it lacks any lingering value, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol proves to be a plenty fun ride. Chockfull of imaginative action sequences, this installment breathes new life in a spy franchise that could and should be tired.
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Blu-ray Review
15 April 2012
Excerpt: The Movie Sure, Tom Cruise may come off as kind of smug, perhaps arrogant, even slightly bizarre when he's not up on the big screen, and his best work over the past decade was probably his heavily-made-up cameo in Tropic Thunder , but how can even the staunchest cynic not admire the go-for-broke...
Conclusion: Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol , quite simply, delivers the goods. Director Brad Bird's picture enjoys unending thrills, polished action, a fast pace, a clever story, and the perfect little infusion of humor.
Conclusion: Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol is my second favorite of the series behind the first film. It’s a lot of fun and stays consistent in balancing out the thrills, action scenes, with small doses of humor here and there. I would say that’s due to Simon Pegg’s expanded agent role.