-REVIEW- Blu-Ray Watch.
(6) (2018) from #ChristopherMcQuarrie
with #TomCruise #RebeccaFerguson #HenryCavill #SimonPegg #VingRhames #MichelleMonaghan #SeanHarris
These films keep getting better, it's taken me time to watch this, I'm sure it would've been even more astonishing in theatres than it was on a TV screen. The 6th film in Tom Cruises franchise is the best we've got so far, McQuarrie did a good job on Rogue Nation, he managed to step up his game even further in Fallout, so after the events of this film what's next for the team, they can't get more impossible than this unless they go into space to stop worldwide abomination by satellite maybe, with 2 back to back sequels being filmed you can only wish. Fallout shows Hunts team, MI6 (ironic) and the CIA on a worldwide chase searching for Plutonium Bombs with a combined power greater than the whole bomb force of WW2, and by a quote that goes something like "to end suffering a great amount must suffer" shows the antagonists mission. So as always much is at steak here, it slowly gets bigger with each film, just like in MI3 and the others a like, this one has more of a focus on who Hunt loves, and what he'd go through to protect a few as well as saving the lives of millions at the same time. Plot wise it's the same as it always has been, a good point because us fans know what we're in for, it's kept simple so that it doesn't get bogged down in twists and turns in the characters or story, it's not clever and works brilliantly. It also works when you look at how it was made, camera movements, the cinematography, stunts, the coordination and the music were all above average for an action film, no they were astonishing. Watching this film was a true spectacle. Whilst there were a couple of low moments that weren't that interesting the test was full on action, coupled with a good story that was a gripping 2 hours, I'm just unsure how they're gonna continue the franchise which is a slight worry. Of course the best mission so far!