‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ Audio Review: The Biggest & Best Mission Yet Is Full of Great Performances & Jaw-Dropping Action

It’s safe to say that the Mission: Impossible franchise has become some of the most looked forward to movies of the last decade or so. Mission: Impossible III was great, sure, but Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol was just outrageous, blowing expectations out of the water. Suddenly, this franchise became one of the most exciting blockbuster and action franchises of today.

Now we get to witness the next mission and what kind of impossible acts Ethan Hunt and his team are getting into as Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation was released over the weekend. Being one who absolutely loved Ghost Protocol, I didn’t really think these movies could get any better, although I was hoping for it. But then I saw Rogue Nation and boy was I wrong…

From the moment I saw anything on Rogue Nation, I’m not going to lie, I was just ecstatic. I’m so attracted to these movies and what they’re about, it’s definitely my kind of franchise. And although I walked into the premiere show with some pretty huge expectations, I knew there was that slight chance that it wouldn’t live up to what I was hoping. But of course, just like Ghost Protocol at its time, I was flat-out blown away by what Rogue Nation was able to do.

Check out my full review below as I join Giorgio Ramos and Jacob Bartley from Movie Talk Express on their ‘Spoilers Discussion’ Podcast to talk about what we loved, liked, and didn’t like about Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

Now that you’ve heard what we think, what do you think? What are your thoughts? What stood out to you? What didn’t work in your mind? Could anything have been better? Sound off in the comments below!

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