Mission: Impossible III

{5/5} “I’m assuming it’s like a code name for something he’s about to sell to an unspecified buyer, for $850 million by the way. Or maybe it’s not a code word, maybe it’s just a really, really expensive bunny appendage.”

Mission: Impossible III, released in 2006

Ethan Hunt is engaged to Julia, and he doesn’t go on missions any more — he trains agents. But he’s pulled back in when his protégé Lindsay has gone missing and presumed captured by a dangerous man named Owen Davian. Ethan finds out that Davian is selling something called the rabbit’s foot for $850 million and decides it can’t be anything good.

This is the most serious movie in the series. As usual it’s filled with fast-paced action — with Ethan and his team working together to accomplish their mission.

It’s one of the best action movies ever.

Stars Michelle Monaghan, Keri Russell, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Directed by J.J. Abrams (Star Trek Into Darkness). The exciting music is by Michael Giacchino.

I previously reviewed Mission: Impossible II.

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