Mission Impossible

June 29, 2011 by Post Team 

Mission ImpossibleMission Impossible, One thing we can count on Tom Cruise in “Mission: Impossible” movie, it’s amazing action and stunt sequences. Since its first foray into the world of spies-tastic Ethan Hunt in his room, the next “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol,” Cruise has been rising one in the doubles. And judging by the first official trailer, which was released Tuesday night (June 28), his fourth “Mission,” directed by “The Incredibles” filmmaker Brad Bird, is no exception.

The trailer opens with the ominous words of Tom Wilkinson, whom’s character name we have yet to learn, essentially laying the nuts and bolts of the plot.

An hour earlier, a bomb exploded at the Kremlin, “he says as images of the Kremlin on the screen fly.” The President has launched the Spirit Protocol, particularly the IMF has been denied, “explains (Tom Cruise) Ethan Hunt espionage organization.” Now, I have been ordered to take you to Washington, where they hang the bombing of the Kremlin you and your team, unless you were to escape after robbing Brandt and myself, “says Wilkinson, sits in a car with Brandt (played by Jeremy Renner) and Hunt.” But if any team is caught, be classified as terrorists. ”

“So what happens now?” Chase asked.

“Your mission, should you choose to accept it,” Wilkinson began recalling the famous line from the series before being cut so as not to spoil the plot entirely (although if I had to guess, the mission is likely to prove his team’s innocence in the bombing Kremlin). His words are followed by a series of quick cuts to show and present the potential castmembers several villains, etc. as Brandt Renner, Paula Patton, serious-looking, Josh Holloway, as Hunt Cruise in a series of costume changes ranging from formal dapper lead to more resilient skin.

Then we see pieces of the action sequences Cruise-famous brand: car chases, underwater escapes, machine-gun fire, the combat, running a lot more fighting and martial arts, running more, and a lot intelligence associated burglary, all cables to a potential to reveal the character of Brandt.

“Who you really are, Brandt?” Hunt asks in one scene where two characters apparently come to blows.

“We all have our secrets,” replies Brandt. “Do not you, Ethan?”

Cue the famous bars of Lalo Schrifin “Theme from Mission: Impossible,” which has more than hunting with views over Dubai, standing in the world’s tallest building, Burj Dubai. This is followed by a rapid reduction in an earlier scene in which Benji Dunn technology teacher (played by Simon Pegg) hunting shows how to use a pair of gloves luxury gadget, which will soon see the help of its scale, the Burj.

“We will not do!” Brandt yells at Hunt, who is climbing and jumping up and around the building.

“You’re not helping,” says Hunt, before the final shot, showing the superspy away from the Burj reject a rope, which loses the air and looks to plummet to the ground. Fade to black and the official title of the film.

Cruise wife, Katie Holmes, recently told MTV News that she was aware of a preview of the film is “amazing.” “The film will be very fresh and intense and the best of ‘Mission’ yet.”

For the first time the birds live action director echoed the sentiments of Holmes, adding that Cruise did a lot of crazy and dangerous tricks him.

“It’s big and it’s crazy,” he said. “I think the craziest thing is that [the stunts] are real are not digital. This is Tom Cruise in the world’s tallest building, is doing all those things,” Bird said of defying death a cruise of acrobatics. “People do not believe it, but filmed in IMAX what is there for all to see.”

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