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Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (Review) - Koimoi

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One Movie Review

Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt Is Back To Give The Worth Of Every Last Penny You Pay To Watch Cinema On The ‘Big Screen’

The constant effort of intriguing the viewers through either the action or twists or the fond memories of the franchise, almost everything works in the film’s favour

What's Good?

Despite being 2 hours 43 minutes long, Eddie Hamilton’s editing is breezy but if I’ve to nitpick, I’ll chop off the mini Venice romantic montage between the two leads

What's Bad?

If your show starts late, you’ll get stuck for 3 hours in that audi and you’ll definitely need a break even if everything is almost perfect

Loo Break:

Even if you haven’t seen a single Mission: Impossible film, make sure to make this your first one because it’ll introduce you to one of the greatest action franchises led by a true-blue superstar

Watch or Not?

Hayley Atwell moves from being Peggy Carter to be the kind of superhero herself who plays Jerry to Tom Cruise’s Tom (see, what I did there?) and her loyalty to anyone is amazingly ambiguous making her Grace extremely intriguing to keep a hold of.

Ving Rhames’ Luther, Rebecca Ferguson’s Ilsa & Simon Pegg’s Benji are there for ‘nostalgic’ purposes which serve pretty well.

All said and done, Tom Cruise is all set to end the phenomenon on an unheard-of all-time high and this marks the beginning of an end, an era that witnessed cinema pushing boundaries every single time with the only motive in their mind, to entertain the viewers.

Last words:

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Umesh PunwaniR


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