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Movie Review: Mission: Impossible - Fallout

What can I possibly say other than Mission: Impossible - Fallout might just have been one of the strongest action films I've seen in years.

It got some serious spunk, the writing was brilliant, and while the story seemed a bit derivative, it never felt like a rip-off. The film also delivered quite a number of action sequences and set pieces that were both fantastically absurd and meticulously crafted and executed that it almost felt like they were designed to make the audiences' jaw drop. The bathroom scene, in particular, was brutal as the punches felt real, which was further elevated by the lack of musical score, precise camera work - it was beautifully filmed with wide angles - and artful direction.

The film had scintillating visuals - one of the most superb cinematographies in recent memory - well placed humor, and competent acting performances. In fact, I've got to hand it to Tom Cruise. His films have been pretty much a hit or miss, but that man is 56 and he may have just carried one of the best films of the franchise to date. Oh, and this has to be one of the best I've seen of Henry Cavill. Really.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout, to me, was the quintessential action film. It wasn't a perfect movie and it will not transform your world, but with enough ability to suspend disbelief for preposterous stunts, people should find themselves thrilled with this movie. Like fine wine, Mission: Impossible just gets better and better.

Movie Review: Mission: Impossible - Fallout Reviewed by DAM on 2:20 PM Rating: 5

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