Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011)
The IMF is disavowed when it's implicated in a global terrorist bombing plot. Ghost Protocol is initiated.
Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) accompanied by his newly "gone rogue" unit must now go undercover to clear their names, thwart a planned nuclear attack on the U.S. while recovering all the stolen launch codes; with no help, no contact, and off the grid.
Also starring Paula Patton, Jeremy Renner, Michael Nyqvist and Simon Pegg. Directed by Brad Bird.
In this fourth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Ghost Protocol revitalizes the franchise proceeding the more espionage driven, Mission: Impossible III.
The high-octane action sequences are absolutely riveting and illustriously over the top.
Bird and Cruise have managed to once again, raise the bar for the Action genre. Expect a fifth installment down the pike.
Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol is a thrilling adventure worth paying full price to see and enjoy... "Your mission, should you choose to accept it...".
Mission: Impossible (1996)
Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is not only framed for murdering of his fellow Impossible Missions Force (IMF) agents during a Prague Embassy operation gone awry, but is also falsely implicated of acts of treason when government secrets are sold to a mysterious international sociopath known only as "Max".
Also starring, Vanessa Redgrave, Jon Voight, Henry Czern, Jean Reno, Ving Rhames, Kristin Scott-Thomas and Emmanuelle Beart. Directed by Brian De Palma.
This classic spy picture started it all. Its still hard to believe that this film is 16-years-old, just by watching it.
Excitement flows in buckets by the minute. The now iconic "best of the best" sequence sees Cruise breaking into the CIA via the rooftop, which is spoofed in Austin Powers in Goldmember.
Mission: Impossible is still an eventful thriller. Even if though it's old enough to drive a car.