Review of “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1”
This is how Jacob Bubelecki writes about “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1” in his review:
Compare the car chase through the streets of Rome from “Fast and the Furious 10” to the car chase through the streets of Rome from “Dead Reckoning”. Although the Toretto House is freed from the shackles of the laws of physics, it pales in comparison to Ethan Hunt, who remains their prisoner. Because the entire issue of “Mission: Impossible” is about how nice Cruz can push himself through the cage of matter and gravity — not the amount of muscle under his shirt and horsepower under the hood. For a good director, the handcuffed Hunt, who has to drive a rickety Fiat with one hand, isn’t a problem — it’s an opportunity. In two remarkable sequences – the cat-and-mouse game at Abu Dhabi airport and the aforementioned “Roman” chase – McCurry is like a master juggler who keeps a barrage of balls in the air: characters, intrigues, alliances, complexities, twists, annoyances, mistakes… the director distracts in Both of these occasions: none of the balls fell to the ground, and the spectator’s jaw had been there for a long time (…).
You can read Jakub Popielecki’s full review here.
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1 Trailer
What is “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1” about?
In Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his team at the IMF embark on their most dangerous mission yet. They are on the trail of a terrifying new weapon that threatens humanity. They must hurry before the weapon falls into the wrong hands. At stake is control over the future and destiny of the world. As dark forces close in on Ethan’s past, a deadly race around the world begins. Faced with a mysterious and all-powerful enemy, Ethan is forced to accept that nothing matters more than his mission – even the lives of those he cares about most.
In addition to Tom Cruise reprising his role as Ethan Hunt, Simon Pegg (as Agent Benji Dunn), Rebecca Ferguson (as Ilsa Faust) and Ving Rhames (as Luther Stickell). One of the ghosts of the past that haunts the main character will be Eugene Kitteridge played by Henry Czerny. Marcin Dorociński will also appear in one of the roles.
“Mission: Impossible” on the “I Have Some Comments” podcast
We encourage you to tune in to the I Have Some Comments podcast episode, in which Julia Takzanowska and Jacob Pobielicki talk about the Mission: Impossible series:
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