'Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation' Review
I don't even know if I ever watched the first Mission Impossible, but I do love a good action film. While Tom Cruise may not be an actor I come out of my way to follow, I definitely think the Mission Impossible installment wouldn't be what it is without him.
Now that that's out of the way, let's get into this review. Although this is going to be EXTREMELY short.
I watched interviews of him talking about this film and apparently he did his own stunts. Which is crazy impressive to begin with, without a doubt.
But what is most impressive is that despite all this action, they do not fail to put in some humor. It might just be an extra second of pause, or a raise of an eyebrow, but it is so intricately done that it doesn't fail to catch the attention of the film watchers.
This film also doesn't fail to put in some flirting but, as my boyfriend pointed it out to me, he has a wife in the story. I totally forgot about that...
Still, there is some flirting. Just enough to keep you interested in the development but also not so much that it takes away from the plot of the story.
This movie, I can say, comes back in a circle in more than one way. It's great.
On that note, I'm so done.
This might be short, but I don't want to give you any spoilers.
However, if you have seen the trailer and was impressed by it, then this movie is going to impress you twice as much, if not more.
But, just in case you haven't seen the trailer... (and to make this post slightly longer!)
Watch it... and thank me later ;)