MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (FILM FRANCHISE)



MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (FILM FRANCHISE)

The Mission: Impossible films are a series of action spy films based on the television series of the same name, produced by and starring Tom Cruise as IMF agent Ethan Hunt.

Mission: Impossible

Ethan Hunt is framed for the murder of his fellow IMF agents during a Prague Embassy mission gone wrong and wrongly accused of selling government secrets to a mysterious international criminal known only as “Max”.

Mission: Impossible II

Ethan Hunt sends Nyah Nordoff-Hall undercover to stop an ex-IMF agent’s mad scheme to steal a deadly virus and sell the antidote to the highest bidder.

Mission: Impossible III

Ethan Hunt, retired from being an IMF team leader and engaged to be married, assembles a team to face a ruthless arms and information broker intending to sell a mysterious dangerous object known as “The Rabbit’s Foot”.

Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

Ethan Hunt, as well as the entire IMF are placed with the blame of the bombing of the Kremlin. He and three others must stop a man bent on starting a global nuclear war.

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

The IMF agency comes under threat from the Syndicate, a near-mythical organization of assassins and rogue operatives who kill to order. Faced with the IMF’s disbandment, Ethan Hunt assembles his team for their final and most difficult mission —to prove the Syndicate’s existence and bring the organization down by any means necessary.

REVIEW

Say what you want to say about Tom Cruise belief system, the man can make a good movie. The mission impossible series is amazing. Always action form beginning to end. Always trything to do more. Never satisfied with the same stunt twice. At times experimental but never dull…


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