Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning - Part One Movie Review

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Mission Impossible 7 Movie Review - Critics

Star Cast - Tom Cruise, Hayley Atwell, Rebecca Ferguson

Director - Christopher McQuarrie

Release Date - 12 July 2023


Total Reviews - 9

Average Score - 3.64/5

Overall Word of Mouth (Critics) - Positive


1. Times of India -


Rating Score -> 3/5
The star of the show is Tom Cruise, whose running antics are awe-inspiring despite his increasing age. His commitment to doing most of his stunts allows the fight choreography to breathe, and the film is so much better for it. In this year of adrenaline-driven action films, it has become increasingly hard to distinguish one from the other, but Cruise ensures he stands out from the rest.


2. Indian Express -


Rating Score -> 2.5/5
Tom Cruise delivers bang for the buck thrills. As if resorting to the irritating and, frankly, greedy trend of splitting a film into two is not enough, as if the interminable length of 164 minutes of this part is not enough, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One fills up the time with endless talk.


3. DNA -


Rating Score -> 4.5/5
The movie solely belong to Tom Cruise. The actor knows what his fans want, and he makes sure not to leave them disappointed. Pom Klementieff, Esai Morales and Hayley Atwell have provided great support to him with their honest performances. Another factor that stands out with this film is how the movie isn't all about Hunt and his fancy stunts. Other characters do leave a strong impression.


4. Hindustan Times -


Rating Score -> n/a
As for Tom, he will do anything, jump off anything, crash into anything, for your viewing pleasure, to ensure you have the greatest time at the movies that you deserve. After last year's brilliant Top Gun: Maverick, it won't be a stretch to call him the true king of summer blockbusters. Hours after watching it on the bloated IMAX screen, images of him plunging off a mountain still stay embedded in the mind and the stomach. It surely adds significantly to the effect that it was all a real stunt, performed by 61-year-old Tom himself.


5. India Today -


Rating Score -> 4/5
Tom Cruise makes 60 look good. Unlike his previous movies, he is more restrained this time and is cognisant of his age. The biggest highlight of ‘MI 7’ is the vivid imagination both Cruise and McQuarrie shared for action sequences. The sheer imagination is enough to leave fans palpitating in excitement and stress. Especially in the climax sequence. Bollywood fans might share a déj vu moment watching the train sequence. Cruise is exceptional and at the top of his game throughout.


6. News 18 -


Rating Score -> 4/5
On the acting front, Tom Cruise makes us forget that he is 61. Not only does he perform the action scenes like a pro he also has unmissable chemistry with Hayley Atwell, Rebecca Ferguson, and Vanessa Kirby. The nods in the film help us realise that Cruise and Ethan have matured through the seven movies. While Cruise shines in the film, the ladies of the film are at par with Cruise.


7. India.com -


Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Being one of the physically fittest actors, Cruise, as the protagonist Ethan, steadily ups the ante on spectacle and action, a feat that has been widely used as a USP in all marketing campaigns. And while critics may try to dig holes in the two-line flimsy storyline, none can find any fault in the visual language of his body hanging in space, zooming away on a bike on the mountains, or the agility with which he cruises along the room, all along doing astoundingly remarkable things.


8. The Hindu -


Rating Score -> n/a
Tom Cruise ups the ante once again and succeeds in style. The film arguably has the best action set pieces we’ve seen in the franchise and we’re talking about a franchise where Cruise has done a halo jump, hanged from the side of an aeroplane, and climbed the Burj Khalifa


9. Rediff -


Rating Score -> 4/5
No matter how impossible the mission seems, we know Tom Cruise will get the job done as we eagerly await his next daring stunt

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