Ethan Hunt just doesn’t know when to stop.
Cruise’s indestructible hero is back for his sixth outing which promises to be his most explosive (and leg-breaking) ever.
But is it worth sitting all the way to the end of the credits? Is there a hidden end credit treat?
Is it even possible to have a modern blockbuster without a jokey final clip or teaser for the next installment?
Tom Cruise has always forged his own path in Hollywood.
He hasn’t followed the current trend with MI6 and there is no end credit scene. Once the movie credits star rolling, audiences are free to leave their seats. If they can stand after all that incredible action, that is…
In fact, critics are aready hailing Fallout as the best Mission Impossible film yet.
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The best way of describing Mission Impossible – Fallout is that it beautifully balances the different tones and story-telling techniques from the last five films; learning from past mistakes and bringing together all the great aspects enjoyed by fans over the last two decades.
Firstly the action is brutal and gut-punching, the pacing heart-pumping and the stakes so high it’s gasp-inducing at times. Meanwhile Cruise gives his all when it comes to those stunts.
The twists and turns are a return to the franchise’s routes with the Cold War-esque paranoia of the first entry. You’ll think you’ve worked it all out, only to be caught out just as badly as the characters. (Better watch out for those masks).
In terms of humour, this is also the funniest film of franchise, even topping the almost cartoony and stupendously fun Ghost Protocol, with most of the laughs provided by series regulars Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames. But all the while the laughs aren’t comic relief that overshadows the serious, darker aspects of the plot.
And this is also the most personal film for Cruise’s Hunt, who is shown at his most vulnerable. From the beginning he’s met his match with Cavill’s younger, almost more competent agent, all the while wrestling with his past demons which adds a more three-dimensional element to the character in some very emotional tear-jerker scenes.
MISSION IMPSSIBLE 6 IS OUT NOW IN THE UK AND ON JULY 27 IN THE US