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Reviewed by Charl on 11 March 2012
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Brad Bird successfully makes the jump from animated features to live action, with this critically acclaimed, thrill-a-minute action blockbuster that will have on the edge of your seat and gasping for more. It is the best Mission Impossible yet.
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Reviewed by Unknown from Pietermaritzburg, South Africa on 31 January 2013
Best Mission Impossible of the series
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Reviewed by Arivan Govender from Durban, South Africa on 15 September 2012
The 4th installment in the Mission Impossible franchise is by far the best as it melds the creative worlds of animation and live-action to create a screw-tightening, high-octane thrill ride that breaks the conventions of the previous efforts. The latest edition is a throwback to the original television series that focused on purpose, patience and style rather than gradiose set sequences. The film creates a tense microcosm for the characters to inhabit allowing their thoughts and actions to be purposeful, necessary and rational. This, essentially, makes the film much smarter and relatable to the viewer. This, combined with the self-referential humour and exceptionally well-crafted set pieces marks a triumphant return for Tom Cruise.
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