Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One review: Feast for the MI fans

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Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning movie review
Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning movie review
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Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning movie review
Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning movie review

Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie have joined forces for the latest installment in the Mission Impossible franchise. As the franchise is coming to its end, a lot of hype surrounded Dead Reckoning Part One. The movie was released today. Let us check out the review.

Story:

Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and the IMF team must bring down a terrifying new weapon, AI. With no physical presence of the evil forces, how Ethan Hunt and his friends fight against all the odds forms the crux of the story.

Performances:

One couldn’t believe Tom Cruise is 61 after watching this movie. The stunts he performed in the movie are just unbelievable. Tom Cruise is just WOW in this movie as well, like in all MI installments. Tom Cruise had actresses Hayley Atwell, Rebecca Ferguson, and Pom Klementieff as supporting cast in this movie and they add weight to the film. Others are just fine.

Technicalities:

The writing for Dead Reckoning: Part 1 is slow when compared to other installments. The first half has some high moments while the second half starts slow and fizzles a bit. However, the climax gives us high and ends on a proper cinematic note. Technically, MI: Dead Reckoning Part One will be all talked about the fights. The stunts are absolute crackers. There are different emotions in the stunts as well and the movie travels to different cities across the world.

The collaboration of Tom Cruise and Mc Quarrie is the best thing that happened to the MI franchise. All other technical aspects fall in the right place.

Analysis:

Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One is one of the best installments coming from the franchise. It is an absolute feast for action lovers. Tom Cruise is again unbelievable as Ethan Hunt. MI fans, don’t miss it on the big screens.

Rating: 3.5