Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (DVD, 2012, Includes Digital Copy; UltraViolet)
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- lingiacaNov 19, 2015USEDby
great action movie
tom cruise performs another of his acting miracles
- msmarion1Sep 9, 2014by
Great cast and really good action
Mission Impossible- Ghost Protocol is raised to another level. The action is great. Over all it's a movie you want to watch more than once...
- tigerbaby00711Apr 22, 2012by
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
Without a doubt, this is the best of all the Mission Impossible movies, including the original.<br><br>Tom Cruise has never been better. This isn't the brooding Ethan Hunt of previous movies. He's a man on a mission. pardon the pun. To make a complicated story short, the IMF has been shut down and disavowed after a massive explosion at the Kremlin. That explosion is blamed on the IMF. But, it was nothing more than a diversion to steal a nuclear detonator by a terrorist hell bent on ensuring peace on Earth by starting a nuclear war between the super powers. It's up to Ethan, and his cobbled together disavowed team, to hunt down the nuclear terrorist and save the world, simple.<br><br>Once you have suspended disbelief, sit back and enjoy. The cast is uniformly excellent. Jeremy Renner plays an IMF analyst suit (with more than desk skills at his disposal) reluctantly recruited into the field. Paula Patton is the former team leader of a mission gone bad sent to rescue Hunt. Simon Pegg is back as Benji, the computer/technology genius. While it may seem like he's there just for comic relief, he is an integral part of the team. There are no dull moments. The movie has a quick pace, fun one liner’s and mind blowing special effects filmed in glorious IMAX. Paula Patton and Jeremy Renner both have sensational action sequences. Tom Cruise isn't the only actor who gets to jump off buildings. And if this movie is any indication, Jeremy Renner is going to make a fantastic Jason Bourne. This wasn't a vehicle for just Tom. Everyone gets a piece of the action. It's a true throw back to the original TV series.<br><br>And wait until you see the car. James Bond would trade in his Aston Martin for it.Read full review
- bmdmjm2011Dec 24, 2013by
Best Mission Impossible yet
Non stop action. Has a better plot than the rest of the movies. Would compare this movie action to the Fast and Furious 6 movie action.
- rrharjoJan 3, 2013by
Hang on for a wild ride.
I enjoyed this movie as much or more than the previous issues. Tom Cruise has said he would make movies about this character as long as someone would produce them. And I as a viewer would see each episode. I loved the introduction of the Jeremy Renner character William Brandt. My particular favorite scene is when Ethan Hunt had to climb from a lower floor to a higher floor high above the ground. I am afraid of heights and this scene made me sweat. Now that's how I rate an intense scene. I would recommend this movie to all that enjoy action movies.