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Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol - Triple Play (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Jeremy Renner, Tom Cruise & Simon Pegg

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 12 years & over

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  Mi4

| | See all Trigun's reviews (19)

After the dissapointing Mi3 this is a nice return to form , great stunts in some beautiful countries , some great gadgets a decent enough plot with some nice touches of humour. Grab some popcorn , sit back , relax and enjoy.

  5 Star Entertainment

| | See all MartinsBluRay's reviews (46)

This doesnt let up from start to finish and is all the better for it, fantastic action scenes go hand in gand with the popcorn movie plot and the blu-ray picture quality is superb and the sound, running through a decent set-up is top notch. The only criticism I would have is that Michael Nqvist is underused but apart from that there really are no faults, this is action cinema at its best, Cruise stil has it, Renner and Pegg are both worthy of the movie, overall excellent....

  Great film

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Whilst not quite worthy of 5 stars, I thought this was a GREAT action movie - it has all the right ingredients in all the right portions!
Non-stop action from start to finish, great stunts, gadgets, car chases, fight scenes, humour...and a very sexy leading lady (gentlemen I point you in the direction of the scenes where she is wearing a revealing evening gown).
Yes of course it is a bit far-fetched and I'm pretty sure the anoraks in the audience would tell us how certain actions wouldn't work or how other gadgets would fail because blah blah blah...
But you know what you'll get from a Cruise MI movie...and this one does it VERY well from start to finish.
If you like the MI films, if you like action films...you'll really enjoy this.
It won't win any Oscars...but who cares! It's Tom Cruise at his action best!!

  mission impossible goast protocol blue ray

| | See all bunwell's reviews (1)

The flim was ok but I it was spoilt by the poor picture quality, fuzzy, indistinct. not what you expect from a Hi Def blue ray recording, I have dozens of ordinary DVD,s which produce a far better picture than this blue ray does , I will sell it and buy the DVD, cant be worse

  Extremely good fun!

| | See all Currambo's reviews (2)

Superb action right from the start. If you enjoyed Mission Impossible 3 you'll love this. Great new team, Amazing stunts (The dubai sequence is mind blowing, watch the making-of feature!). Not the best villain, Philip Seymour Hoffman from MI:3 is hard to beat, but its more about the team adapting to situations and in that respect, it doesn't disappoint!!

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  Great Film!

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Excellent Film to go with the rest of the three......But wish they had cut the film better,couple of action piece's where Ethan Hunt falls down the building he is climbing then 2 seconds late he is back where he needs to be....The team change there clothes so fast it's like spot the new clothes game lol.....Still loved the film,can't wait for the next one in four years....

  Mission Accepted again!!

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Coming five years after the well done and very enjoyable Mission: Impossible III (which seemed to set Ethan Hunt into the sunset married and happy) the fourth entry in the franchise brings back gravity defying action, car chases and Tom Cruise doing what he does best.

Running ahead of a huge explosion and throwing himself around the place like a twenty year old!

When the Kremlin itself is bombed and Hunt's IMF team is implicated, the entire organisation gets shut down and Ghost Protocol is enabled. Cut off, on their own and with less then the usual amount of equipment available to them they must get to the bottom of the events that have shut them down.

With a generally more humourous and lighter tone than even the previous Mission: Impossible films Ghost Protocol is perfectly made and excitingly done implausible action from start to finish. Working off a script by 'Alias' veterans Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec and directed by animation champ Brad Bird in his live action debut the action is thick and fast and the possible plot holes even bigger!

The Burj Khalifa sequence is a standout that could give anyone vertigo but the film itself does have a couple of weak spots. There's some slightly cheap looking CGI in a couple of places and the 'villain' of the piece is both hardly present in the film and not up to much when he does appear. The film focuses more straightforwardly on the team and the various henchmen they deal with along the way.

Anyway, this is a definite crowd-pleaser that sees Cruise back in his wheelhouse after a rough couple of years. It's huge success as well seems also to ensure that a fifth film probably won't be too far away either.

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