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Mission: Impossible – Fallout First Reactions Tout The Film As Franchise’s Best For Its Action & More

Tom Cruise from Mission Impossible Fallout

Mission: Impossible – Fallout First Reactions Tout The Film As Franchise’s Best For Its Action & More

Paramount Pictures recently held the first Mission: Impossible — Fallout screening for some press reporters in Paris, France, and their first reactions, which are all over the social media, suggest that it’s a complete entertainer film loaded with absolutely insane action sequences.

Some of them even claim that Mission: Impossible — Fallout is by far the best installment in the Mission Impossible franchise. Tom Cruise has continued to raise the bar and impress the critics with his signature death-defying stunts. Going by the reactions, it seems Mission: Impossible — Fallout has everything that is expected from an MI action spy film. You can check out the critics’ reactions in the tweets below.

It is the second time that Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie have collaborated together for an MI film. McQuarrie has previously helmed Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation which turned out to be one of the highest-grossing entries in the series as well as the most critically-acclaimed film.

Mission: Impossible — Falloutcenters on Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt and the IMF team who find themselves in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Monaghan, and Sean Harris are reprising their roles from previous films. There are also some new character additions in the film including Henry Cavill, Vanessa Kirby, and Sian Brooke.

Mission: Impossible — Falloutwas in limelight last year when Tom Cruise injured his ankle while performing a chase scene. He broke his ankle after falling short and slamming into a wall while leaping across a building gap. The film studio had to halt the film’s production work for at least nine weeks waiting for Cruise’s broken ankle and other injuries to heal completely. As Cruise was not ready to reshoot the chase scene again, the filmmakers decided to keep the original scene in the final cut.

The actor has also performed the highly dangerous HALO (high altitude, low opening) jump all by himself which required him to jump out of airplane around 25,000 feet in the air and open the chute at an altitude of under 2,000 feet.

Audiences can check out Cruise’s dangerous Halo jump when Mission: Impossible — Fallout arrives in theatres on July 27, 2018.

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