Unbelievably thrilling, ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout’ raises the bar for the genre (ClickTheCity)

There’s no question that I loved Mission: Impossible — Fallout. The action sequences are incredible, I love the characters, the tension is high, and the stakes are big. It’s a perfect action-spy-thriller and it breaks boundaries on stunts and physical effects. I love it. It’s great.

But I’ll be honest. I say that Mission: Impossible — Fallout is the best in the series, but Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation is still my favorite.

Read my review here: Unbelievably thrilling, ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout’ raises the bar for the genre (ClickTheCity).

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The IMF is back and better than ever

Where Fallout is heart-stopping and thrilling, Rogue Nation manages to be romantic and elegant while also being action-packed. While the twists and turns of Fallout are clever and surprising, Rogue Nation had a heart.

I’m putting all of that on Rebecca Ferguson, who really made Rogue Nation what it is. She’s also here in Fallout but the plot holds her back until the third act. If anything, it’s Vanessa Kirby that shines as a character known as The White Widow. She’s resplendent and a wonderful addition to the Mission Impossible universe.

It’s a great movie and I really suggest to watch it in the cinema. You don’t want to miss that hair-raising action sequences and death-defying stunts on the big screen.

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