1 – Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011)

My Rating: 10/10!


Synopsis: Ethan Hunt returns in the fourth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise. In here, a mission goes haywire after a bombing occurred in Kremlin, putting pressure over the relationship of Russia and the United States.   Ghost Protocol was invoked, effectively disavowing the IMF by the United States, due to this unfortunate circumstance, Ethan and his team went rogue and did not receive any form of backup or help in finding the real cause of the bombing and in interrupting the nuclear warfare that’s about to be launched.


Hanep! I was at the edge of my seat watching this incredible movie. I can’t decide which is my favorite scene. The sandstorm chase? The Ethan Hunt/Spiderman awesomeness on Burj Kahlifa? Also, the gadgets were pretty extra-ordinary and very interesting. This movie helped Tom Cruise a lot in resurging his dimming career. It tracked well in the box office mainly because of its solid direction and outstanding pacing and writing. Sulit ang 150 pesos sa panunuod sa cinema house. Sidenote/Trivia: Jeremy Renner (The Town, The Bourne Legacy) who played William Brandt is rumored to succeed Tom Cruise in the M:I Franchise. Rumors palang naman but still…
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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Runtime: 2hrs 12min (Box Office Mojo)

Production Budget: $145 million (Box Office Mojo)

Grosses (Box Office Mojo – as of Jan 13, 2012)
   North America:  $178,522,000    37.0%
Foreign:  $303,786,574    63.0%
Worldwide:  $482,308,574 
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