Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD] (Bilingual)
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With their elite organization shut down by the CIA, agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his team (Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) must race against time to stop The Syndicate, a deadly network of rogue operatives turned traitors. To stop this global threat, Ethan must join forces with an elusive, disavowed agent (Rebecca Ferguson) whose loyalty is suspect as he faces his most impossible mission ever.
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“Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 2.39:1 encode. The image is filmic. There are lots of fine details, especially facial features on close-up. Colours are rich and robust. Skin tones are natural. Blacks are deep. This is a very natural filmic transfer. (5/5)
“Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” blasts onto blu-ray with Dolby Atmos/Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless track, which is dynamic and robust. Joe Kraemer's musical score is enveloping. His incorporation of “Nessun Dorma” by Puccini has unofficially become “Ilsa’s Theme.” The bass is deep. Dialogue is crisp. This is a very immersive experience. (5/5)
Tom Cruise is a dynamic presence. His dedication to performance and physicality are second to none. “MI: Rogue Nation” offers up numerous signature sequences, including the heavily advertised plane stunt, a riveting underwater dive, a motorcycle/car chase shot at real speeds, and a magnificent sequence where Hunt needs to thwart an assassination attempt while backstage at the opera (an excellent homage to “The Man Who Knew Too Much”). Rebecca Ferguson absolutely nails it as Hunt's equal, Ilsa Faust. Great movie. (5/5)
1 “MI: Rogue Nation” has an estimated budget of $150 million, but has a worldwide gross of $682 million with 71% of receipts from overseas, just slightly behind “MI: Ghost Protocol” at $694 million,.
2 Both Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg performed all their own driving stunts. The stunt coordinator told Simon Pegg that he did not have a driver better than Tom Cruise himself.Read more ›
The story finds the MI crew in deep trouble.Renner is the group liaison and he is being told by a Senate sub committee and the head of the CIA(Baldwin)that the organization has itself been the creator and perpetrator of many a covert operation against the government and their allies,and they must be shut down.Cruise is convinced that there is another rogue operation out there that has nothing to do with the MI group and sets out to prove it.On his journey he finds that Harris is the man he is looking for and he becomes involved with a British MI-6 operative(Ferguson) who is also trying to get close to Harris.The two work together,and eventually they gain possession of secret data that implicates Ferguson's boss as the man behind Harris' financing.In the end they capture Harris and expose her boss.Hunt has saved the day and the MI force.
This is a great adrenaline filled ride that has Cruise and the rest of the cast at the top of their game.There is little let up throughout and it is the kind of edge of your seat action that I love.
Technically speaking the film is its a/r of 2:35:1 and is clear and crisp.There are no extras.
All in all a highly recommended action ride that is non stop from start to finish.Cruise and company are on top of their game and you cannot do better in the action genre than this.
While I rated this film 5 stars, on the Mission Impossible franchise scale, I consider this to be the least entertaining of the series, like Hobbit as compared to Lord of the Rings. It is more entertaining than what is out there, but not as entertaining as when compared to itself. The action wasn't as adrenaline filled as previous films. Ethan escapes mundane death maybe seven-eight times in this film and on a paltry three continents. While I love Ving Rhames in "B" films one has to ask where was Morgan Freeman?
Another criticism I have, as previous films, was the limited use of the adrenaline pumping Mission Impossible theme song. Instead they would take a rift and incorporate into some sort of spy/Bond music. It was as if they were letting me taste it, and then they rip it out of my mouth.
Guide: No F-bombs, sex, or nudity. Rebecca Ferguson naked back. Killings and explosions, nothing graphic. Heck, most of the bullets that land are knock out darts.
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