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18 Min ago - Tom Cruise's "Mission Impossible 7 - Dead Reckoning Part One" or Mission Impossible 7 is releasing on theaters on July 12. The movie is the seventh instalment in Cruise's iconic spy thriller franchise.
Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise), god bless his forefathers to keep ‘Hunt’ as his second name for the reason he continued his hunt to kill the last bad guy on the planet and this time it’s AI. Yep, the thing that has inspired Billionaires like Zuck & Musk, makes its way (yet again) to the world of cinema and this time it’s called ‘The Entity’.
Hunt is looking for two halves of a key that will unlock something, what? Only one guy knows Gabriel (Esai Morales) and you guessed it right, he’s also looking for whatever Mr. Ethan is. Hunt crosses his path with old buds Luther (Ving Rhames), Benji (Simon Pegg) & Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson), while he faces an ambiguous frenemy in Grace (Hayley Atwell) to figure everything out about the Keys and the importance of how “Whoever controls AI controls truth.”
What’s Good: The constant effort of intriguing the viewers through either the action or twists or the fond memories of the franchise, almost everything works in the film’s favour
What’s Bad: Despite being 2 hours 43 minutes long, Eddie Hamilton’s editing is breezy but if I’ve to nitpick, I’ll chop off the mini Venice romantic montage between the two leads
Loo Break: If your show starts late, you’ll get stuck for 3 hours in that audi and you’ll definitely need a break even if everything is almost perfect
Watch or Not?: Even if you haven’t seen a single Mission Impossible 7 film, make sure to make this your first one because it’ll introduce you to one of the greatest action franchises led by a true-blue superstar
We are seven films deep into Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible series, which is nearing 30 years of existence since its first outing in 1996.
It is a testament to Cruise's incredible staying power as the film franchise is still alive and kicking, with the 61-year-old star raising the bar each time with his daredevil antics.
With the last two entries in the series - Rogue Nation (2015) and Fallout (2018) - the actor has found a muse in director, co-writer and co-producer Christopher McQuarrie, who transformed the MI films from giddy actioners into a revered blockbuster franchise.
Last month, Tom Cruise thanked the cast and crew of his latest 'Mission Impossible' movie for managing to overcome a series of filming nightmares. "Mission Impossible 7 - Dead Reckoning Part One", which is the seventh film in the hit franchise, was forced to halt production due to Covid-19 pandemic. Production then switched from Warner Bros Studios to Longcross Film Studios, where movies were allowed to continue shooting under strict protocols.
With the film releasing in theatres, fans want to whether "Mission Impossible 7 — Dead Reckoning Part One" will also premier on streaming platform -- Netflix, Max, or Amazon Prime Video
When Will Mission Impossible 7 - Dead Reckoning Part 1 Be Available on Streaming?
The film will also be available to stream on Paramount+ sometime after the film's theatrical debut. Unlike some of Paramount's biggest 2022 releases such as Smile, The Lost City, and Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Tom Cruise's last film, Top Gun: Maverick waited 209 days after its theatrical release before it finally premiered on Paramount+, and the seventh Mission Impossible 7 film will likely be no different, so the new film likely won't be on Paramount+ until early 2024.
Mission Impossible 7 – Dead Reckoning Part One Movie Review: Direction, Music
Christopher McQuarrie hardly leaves any moment without letting it go without a slick action sequence. Ethan Hunt’s shiny Silver lighter plays a very important supporting role and gets more cheers than many actors in the film. A thing that makes the action acts more than just physical combats is they come with a deadline. Every action set piece comes with a time bomb-making you an integral part of the scenes.
Lorne Balfe tried and trusted prodigy of the master Hans Zimmer, returns to orchestrate one of the most exhilarating scores for an action film. It’s a proud day for Lord Zimmer! The score not only pumps you up for the fast-paced narrative but also smoothly transcends into a melancholic transition of the screenplay.
Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One - Tom Cruise take practical filmmaking to dizzying new heights
There is this hyped and much-publicized sequence that makes up the crackling climax of Mission:Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One. Perched on a tall, gargantuan cliff-side, Ethan Hunt, played by the indomitable Tom Cruise, must take that famed leap off of a mountainside on his bike. It’s not a great way to travel, not least for a man who is well past middle age. You also know, owing to the well-publicized stunt, what’s coming. In fact, your anticipation is somewhat dimmed by the predictability of it all. We have all played the video a thousand times over, guffawed at the sheer bravado and stupidity of it and may even have wondered if it is worthwhile giving a stunt as iconic as that, away. And yet, when that moment comes, your stomach falls, the hair on your skin rise in ovation as Cruise, bewilderingly does the expected, the mesmerising and the debatably mad. Even that one eagerly anticipated but familiar stunt, however, is worth the price of the ticket.
Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt, in possibly Hollywood’s most consistent action franchise. Even the pre-credits scene for this seventh instalment lasts a good 20 minutes as Hunt and his group go against a topically contemporary villain in Artificial Intelligence. Typical to the film’s accessible and somewhat churlish vocabulary, here it is referred to as ‘The entity’. A software program that predicts your actions, can get to you anywhere, can turn your tech against you, and worst of all, answers neither to geographies nor governments. It is in a sense ‘everywhere and nowhere’. Ironically, and maybe amusingly, the key to controlling this indefinable thing is an actual key that has been divided into two parts. Hunt must, of course, secure this key, but more importantly, find what it unlocks or in a more specific sense, unleashes. ‘War is coming’, a character chimes at one point, and it does feel like a relevant warning, considering the zeitgeist this film is rather cleverly trying to address.
Who Is Making Mission Impossible 7 -Dead Reckoning Part 1?
This new installment in the Mission Impossible 7 franchise is written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, who also did the previous two Mission Impossible 7 movies. McQuarrie also produced the film alongside Tom Cruise. Skydance's David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Don Granger will serve as executive producers on the film alongside Tommy Gormley (Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker). Lorne Balfe, who composed the score for the previous film, returns as the composer. Fraser Taggart (Edge of Tomorrow) is the cinematographer while Academy Award nominee Eddie Hamilton (Top Gun: Maverick) serves as the editor.