Mission: Impossible- Fallout

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone has had an amazing week. Sorry for the late post, I had some issues with my password and log in but it’s all fine now. So, let’s begin.



This action, spy film was directed by Christopher McQuarrie and was released in July, 2018.

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (150 minutes)


  • Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt
  • Henry Cavill as August Walker
  • Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell
  • Simon Pegg as Benjamin “Benji” Dunn
  • Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa Faust
  • Sean Harris as Solomon Lane



With Ethan regretting not killing Solomon Lane, a new group of assassins are formed called “the Apostles”. But, as new stories unravel, Ethan must fight against those he may even consider as allies.



This is honestly one of the best Mission Impossible movies I have seen yet. With some great acting, perfect action scenes and a very well thought out plot, the movie was incredible in its’ portrayal and definitely had me (and I would guess most of its’ audience) captivated for the entire duration of the film.

I have to give it to Tom Cruise. Although there were definitely scenes where he was looking slightly older, he pulled off an action film just as well as he did in the first Mission Impossible and possibly even better.

One of the most commendable things about the film is the chase scene. The way the chase scene was presented was outstanding and had me on my toes for the entire duration.

This Mission Impossible also had a ton of plot twists and all this added to the anticipation the film created. I will definitely say that this movie kept me glued to the screen.

I can not express enough how well portrayed this movie was and how it always had its’ audience eager to see what would happen the very next second.

The music, as usual, was great and the everyone acted wonderfully.

The only one complaint I could possibly have about the film would probably be that some of the scenes probably felt kind of drawn out. But, that’s one small negative drowned in a pool of large positives.

A must watch in the theatre. Overall awesome!



I would give this movie 4.5/5 stars.

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