Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol

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Directed by : Brad Bird

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The IMF is shut down when its implicated in a global terrorist bombing plot. Ghost Protocol is initiated and Ethan Hunt and his rogue new team must go undercover to clear their organizations name. No help, no contact, off the grid. You have never seen a mission grittier and more intense than this.

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“The film has superb direction, is fast paced and packed with action sequences to die for, making it the best Mission: Impossible to date. Make sure you watch this flick in the theaters!”

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You go Awww looking at an ageing Tom Cruise still pull out the punches in the incredible stunt sequences in MI4 Ghost Protocol. You go Ewww looking at Anil Kapoor in a blink and miss part in the film's lacklusture second half, and that about sums up the movie for you.

Ghost Protocol has the IMF disavowed and at stake is a nuclear war between Russia and America due to a maniacal rogue scientist. The film begins on a promising note, with stupendous action sequences throughout the first half. The sequence on the high rise in Dubai is especially riveting and edge of the seat, so is the piece in pseudo Mumbai where most of the writing was in Kannada (and we were going gaga over a Hindi break through here).

There is much going on in the film in term of action and movement, the story is plausible and flawed, yet doesnt fall apart and earnest performances by the entire cast keep the tempo going.

Does this mean another edition of the series is welcome? I personally think no is the answer. Tom is visibly growing old, and it shows in the approach to the role as well. The film works this one time simply due to nostalgia and that urge to relive the good ol days of unabashed impossible mission by Ethan. am not sure another escapade by the aging star would cut much ice with the audiences.

For now though, MI4 is a thriller of a ride. Watch it, enjoy the thrill, just don't ask for more of it.