Mission Impossible Movie Analysis

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“Mr.Hunt this isn 't mission difficult, it 's mission impossible, ‘difficult’ should be a walk in the park for you”- Mission Commander Swanbeck. Mission: impossible started out as a T.V show in the sixties, but in 1996 it reached the big screen as an action movie starring many of Hollywood 's biggest and best stars. After the huge success a sequel was made, then three more! And even after twenty years, five movies and five directors, the Mission: Impossible movies continue to stun and amaze viewers. The first Mission: Impossible film was released on May 22 1996.(IMDb) Directed by Brian De Palma, and with the all-star cast of Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell, Jon Voight as Jim Phelps, and Emmanuelle Béart as Claire Phelps, the film follows IMF agent Ethan Hunt in his first adventure. The IMF or Impossible Missions Force is a secret spy organization.(M:I) The film begins with Phelps, played by Jon Voight, and his team on a covert operation.(M:I) Once the operation is finished they meet up and discuss their next mission.(M:I) Their…show more content…
Abrams’ first movie, Mission: Impossible III, was nominated for fourteen awards and won seven. (IMDB) He became the director of MIssion: Impossible III because Tom Cruise liked the work he did on the T.V. show Alias. (IMDB) In this instalment you see a kinder side of Ethan Hunt after his wife is taken hostage.(M:I III) The movie also features many action packed scene including breaking into the Vatican, jumping off buildings, and a stunning, epic, and all-round awesome bridge fight scene. (M:I III) Released on May 5, 2006, the movie involves many new characters and some old ones.(IMDB) For example the movie introduces you to agent Benji Dunn, who would later reprise his role in the next two films, and Ving Rhames returns as Luther Stickell. (IMDB) The cast also includes stars such as Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, Maggie Q as Zhen, Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn, Philip Seymour Hoffman as Owen Davian, and

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