Starring Tom Cruise along with Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton and comedy icon Simon Pegg the film starts in Moscow with the new gang breaking agent Ethan Hunt out of a Russian maximum security prison. The film then has its typical stunts that will entice any audience into enjoying the action.
The film continues this consistency of action and also has many drama elements each giving us more and more insight in to the mind of the agent Ethan Hunt. This will keep you guessing as to what character he really is and opens up another side of him not previously shown in the other Mission Impossible films.
Along with this plotline of action, drama and mystery the film doesn’t just have all that going on and tie itself up nicely at the end. No this instalment has many plot twists that continue to keep us guessing and re-watching the film to see whether or not we missed something but the charm, wit and corny lines that make any good Mission Impossible film still exist and are present within the film constantly. This also is combined with Ethan finding himself in a new situation. This time he has to completely think on his own whilst looking after the team which recruited him from prison, remarkably he always seems to have a plan!
As the film will continue to keep us guessing throughout, it is definitely worth seeing as it is enjoyable for anyone, despite following the previous films or not.