Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation

{5/5} “I can neither confirm nor deny any details about any operation without the permission of the Secretary.”

Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation, released in 2015

The CIA wants to get rid of the IMF because it thinks it has acted recklessly. But it doesn’t have all the facts. While Brandt tries to convince people in Washington that the IMF is a good thing, Ethan has discovered an anti-IMF force called the Syndicate. He and his team must stop it from spreading chaos.

If you want to see an action movie today, go see this one. It’s got spectacular action, witty dialogue, and a hint of romance. In addition to Ethan and Brandt, the characters of Luther and Benji also return from previous adventures. You’ll be humming the theme all the way home.

It was filmed in Malaysia, Morocco, Austria, and the UK.

Stars Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher). The music by Joe Kraemer makes liberal but justified use of the Mission: Impossible theme.

I previously reviewed Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol.

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