Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol

{5/5} “‘Easy way to remember: blue is glue.’ ‘And when it’s red?’ ‘Dead.'”

Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, released in 2011

An IMF team breaks Ethan Hunt out of a Russian prison, but while they’re on their next mission part of the Kremlin is destroyed and the IMF is blamed. Ghost protocol is invoked, which means Hunt’s team is on its own with no backup or support. They nevertheless take on the mission of stopping a madman from starting a nuclear war. 

This is a brilliant action movie, with fantastic stunts and a fair amount of humour.

The stunt with Tom Cruise on the outside of the tallest building in the world is stunning.

Stars Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, and Paula Patton. Directed by Brad Bird (Incredibles 2).

This is the 3rd time I’ve seen it. My previous review is here. Within the series, I previously reviewed Mission: Impossible III.

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