Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol (2011)

Mission Impossible, the movie franchise has been around for quite some time now, and I never missed any of it. This round, Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol was released in our local cinemas and I was fortunate enough to be invited by Magnum4D to catch their screening over at Cathay Cineplex E-Curve. 

Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol
Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol
Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol
With Kendrick from Magnum4D the sponsors for the screening
Coming back to the movie, Mission Impossible 4 kicks off with Tom Cruise reprising his role as Ethan Hunt, the team's leader, and super agent being broken out from a jail in Moscow. IMF, the agency he works for needed his help to come back into field action to help Jane Carter (Paula Patton) to work on a mission to locate a certain terrorist codenamed "Cobalt". With the help of newly promoted field agent Benji (Simon Pegg), and William Brandt (Jeremy Renner) everything was moving along smoothly until a sudden move by an unknown external party destroyed the Kremlin building in Russia and all blame was put to Ethan.

Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol

The Russians branded the attack an act of war, pushing the US president then to activate the "Ghost Protocol" effectively disavows and terminated the whole IMF operations. And with the villain Kurt Hendricks (Michael Nyqvist) on the verge of launching a nuclear missile which will trigger an all out nuclear war between the US and Russia, our heroes race agaisnt time to track down Kurt, and stop him.

Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol

Beautiful ladies, crazy cool cars, and the lifestyle of the super rich were splashed across the silver screen as Ethan with his team travelled across Dubai and Mumbai in their impossible mission. With IMF being shut down, they had to rely on whatever technology they have left on their own, which led to many unforeseen situations which requires improvisation.


Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol

Overall, Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol was a really good movie, with a mix of secret agent coolness, fast cars, beautiful people, adrenaline pumping action, fluid motions and humour all in one package. I've always loved Mission Impossible movies, and this 4th one raises the bar even higher. I would rate this movie a 7.5/10, and wouldn't mind catching it again be it on DVD or the silver screen.



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11 comments :

  1. okie...i only saw the hot girl... =P

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  2. So fast meh.. I just finish watch that Petaling Street warrior.. Next movie this one la..

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  3. 7.5..
    hmm..looking forward to watch this soon..:D

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  4. OK, we know.. she's hot!! Hahahahaha!! Can't wait to watch it. =]

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  5. wow, only 7.5? haha

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  6. Love the green dress on the costar. Know where I can get one? :-)

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  7. haha, invited by Magnum4D this time?? you are a regular customer of them?? hahaha.. i sure will go and watch this movie, wanna see how good is Uncle Tom in climbing the world's tallest building~~ :p

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  8. must be a great movie!

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  9. I wonder how many botox sessions mr cruise had to keep his face looking pretty much as young as the other last MI movies.. :D hope to download this movie soon..

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  10. My cousin went to watch yesterday. I was at Mid Valley too at the same time...but did not get to meet. So crowded...the place. Sent my head spinning round and round.

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  11. just watched this morning, nice movie ^^ but ending too much or too potong stim for me lol

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