Fifth about The Seventh

Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – Revisit

Mission Impossible Ghost ProtocolMission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol: Brad Bird’s entry to the franchise is competently made and entertaining, but also, in a way, the more generic entry (in the sense that, for the previous three films, you could recognize the director’s fingerprints and in this one, you can’t). That’s not much a complaint, as the film retains heavily the spirit of the source material (all the while also retaining the outlandish action scenes that became a hallmark more recently). The cast is solid; the increased presence of Simon Pegg adds a welcome amount of levity. Robert Elswit’s camerawork is elegant and brings a lot of clarity to the action.

Read also:

Mission: Impossible

Mission: Impossible II

Mission: Impossible III

See what I wrote previously:

Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

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