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#MissionImpossibleFallOut Movie Review, Rating

- 4/5
#MissionImpossibleFallOut Movie Review, Rating

What Is Good

  • Tom Cruise
  • Daredevil stunts
  • Editing
  • Cinematography
  • Tight Screenplay
  • Keeping the steam even for the 6th Installment
  • Henry Cavil
  • Goosebumps BGM

What Is Bad

  • Jeremy Renner is Missed in casting
  • More than 140 minutes running time
Bottom Line: Massive entertainment guaranteed by the Superagent Ethan Hunt.


It's been 2 years since fans witnessed the ever handsome Tom Cruise embarking on an impossible mission with an adrenaline rush and high octane Action sequences in Rogue nation, and he has now returned on screen as Ethan hunt yet again with director Christopher McQuarrie for the 6th installment, Fallout. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Mission impossible 6 Fallout review.

Ethan Hunt along with his IMF team is forced to partner CIA assassin August Walker as  Arms dealer John Lark along with a deadly team of terrorists called Apostles scheme to deploy plutonium cores to simultaneously launch the nuclear attack on Jerusalem, Mecca, Vatican, Saudi Arabia. Now, the weapons are missing, and Ethan Hunt and the team have to locate them before Apostles misuse them, destroy them and foil the evil plans of apostles to destroy the world, in a race against time. 

Star Performance

Tom Cruise is at his best, performing daredevil stunts with extreme ease and lends believability to his super-agent character Ethan Hunt as always, and his risky stunts and chase sequences are a treat to watch, besides his handsome looks and stunning equation with Rebecca Ferguson who kicks ass like a pro and looks her part perfectly. Henry Cavill has his own multiple shades and alongside Sean Harris, are perfect foils for Tom. Ving Rhames is adequate, while Simon Pegg, Michelle Monaghan, and Alec Baldwin are impressive in their minor sequences.

Techinical Team

Background score by Lorne Balfe is pulsating and adds the tension to every chase sequence, increasing the thrills and elevating Ethan hunt in the levels of a superhero. Top notch cinematography by rob hardy makes sure none of the efforts of Tom cruise go unnoticed, painstakingly capturing the deadly action scenes and risky chases perfectly. Christopher McQuarrie takes over from where he had ended in Rogue nation, and with the usual plot of  Ethan Hunt hunting down enemies and completing the impossible mission, proving himself to be a worthy and loyal agent to the CIA and bringing down the escaped Solomon lane, makes mission impossible fallout, an interesting action entertainer. 


Despite the predictability in the plot where a hero is once questioned of his loyalty and he goes all out to prove himself and his credentials, winning back trust, Christopher has made sure he has packed fallout with fight sequences and stunts of epic proportions, and with Tom Cruise acing it risking his life, it's a field day for action movie buffs. Ethan Hunt's sequences with Rebecca Ferguson and Henry Cavill are entertaining while several sequences in the second half are sure to give goosebumps to everyone.

The first half of the movie is filled with typical Ethan hunt stuff while the second is laced with a generous dosage of mass and class, with Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie in prime form, with a pacy, edge of the seat screenplay and pulsating BGM adding to the impact, ultimately making Mission Impossible Fallout, the best of the franchise and guaranteeing ultimate and extraordinary action-packed popcorn entertainment. All said Ethan Hunt is back, at his best to entertain audience In his own inimitable style.

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