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Mission Impossible Rogue Nation (U/A)

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Release Date

07 Aug 2015 (India)
31 Jul 2015 (WorldWide)
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The Rogue Nation in the title is about an anti-IMF secret organisation, the Syndicate, that keen's on sowing chaos in the world.

No one has heard of it its existence, much less about its head, Lane (Sean Harris), who tests Ilsa's loyalty by getting her to kill the Austrian chancellor at the Vienna opera house.

There's a cat-and-mouse game going on behind the scenes at the opera house, with Ethan doing his best to stop Ilsa, a gargantuan blond killer and another male killer from committing their dastardly act. This goes on while Puccini's Nessun Dorma is sung below on stage. In fact, this aria is heard throughout the film.

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is one of this summer’s biggest bright spots, reminding us that there’s plenty of fun to be had in this franchise. Tom Cruise is one of Hollywood’s last bankable action stars, while director Christopher McQuarrie delivers the most electrifying Mission: Impossible yet.

This is one mission that you won’t want to miss out on this summer — should you choose to accept.

On the whole, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATION will not leave the fans disappointed as it is one of the best films from the franchise. If the chase sequences and gun fights are your thing, then this film is definitely worth a watch.

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