“Mission: Impossible — Fallout Is The Most Exhilarating Movie You’ll See This Year,” reads the headline for Mike Ryan’s Uproxx review.
Cruise returns as the seemingly invincible super-spy Ethan Hunt for the new film, which follows Hunt and his team as they globe-trot from stunning location to stunning location in a race against time. Six films in, critics are loving it.
Mission: Impossible — Fallout comes to theaters July 27.
The plot may be as indecipherable as The Big Sleep, but the action is insane in this sixth installment of Mission: Impossible. Loaded with extended sequences that show Tom Cruise doing what look like real — and really dangerous — stunts all over central Paris and London, in addition to more far-flung destinations and on almost any means of transportation you care to name, writer-director Christopher McQuarrie’s second outing on the series tops what he did with Cruise three years ago with Mission: Impossible