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'HOLY F*** Non-stop the whole time' MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT Review

HOLY F*** Mission Impossible Fallout proves why this is one of the best action franchises running to date. Christopher McQuarrie returns to direct and write with Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, and Rebecca Ferguson all returning to embark on this new mission. Henry Cavill also joins the cast as an agent from the CIA.

Fallout i’ll lay out right here right now, this might be one of the best action films crafted in the last few years. Many have compared this film to Fury Road. Which I thought was insane due to the fact that Fury Road is my favorite action film, I think it's a masterpiece of ACTION. After seeing Fallout I can see the comparisons. This truly is right up there with Fury Road and might just be the best film of the franchise. With incredible directing, from the action scenes and the beautiful camera angles somehow McQuarrie stepped up his game from any previous film he has helmed.

Cruise turns in a great performance as Ethan Hunt, who I appreciated they gave more story to his character in this one than just going with and doing a paint by numbers story. His IMF team is fantastic as always. Pegg and Rhames get some great moments as does Ferguson stealing a ton of her scenes. BUT CAVILL mustache man himself comes to play and turns in a different role I haven’t seen him play yet. It was great to see this and how well he worked within this film. He truly is a badass. Which makes me look at all the action scenes within this film. They all are magnificent.

Non-stop the whole time through with barley anytime to catch a breathe or stop to wonder where the story will go next. Now the story can feel convenient and a little predictable with some of its elements, but honestly it was such a minor inconvenience for me, I still was intrigued with how the story was unfolding. Overall I loved this film, top to bottom was masterful. The acting, the directing,and the action scenes were thrilling. This is the must see summer film of the year and proves again why this series is so underrated and also why it is the best action series to date.

For more views on the film check out my video review of it.
Grade: A+

Zach Reviews- MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT



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