• Raja Sen
    Raja Sen


    It’s hard not to be awestruck.

    The 53-year-old leading man hasn’t self-destructed in five films, and I, for one, can’t wait to see Cruise lunge forth a sixth time.

  • Witty dialogues serve as icing on the cake: In addition to ensuring a strong emotional connect, the team behind ‘Rogue Nation must also be praised for coming up with a screenplay which contains a scoop of humour. The use of witty and catchy dialogues like ‘desperate times desperate measures’ create light moments. This in turn establishes ‘Rogue Nation’ as the complete package.

  • Jyoti Sharma Bawa
    Jyoti Sharma Bawa
    Hindustan Times


    Mission Impossible franchise has gathered a momentum all its own and there’s just no stopping it. MI 6 is something of a cert. The only question on which we are ready to take a bet is how Cruise will try to get himself killed this time.

  • If you’re a fan, then you’re probably going to enjoy Rogue Nation – the film starts with a heady action sequence, and doesn’t stop as one sequence follows another with staccato precision.

  • A winsome mix of old school and new, Rogue Nation will thrill you throughout.

  • Bryan Durham
    Bryan Durham
    DNA India


    This well-balanced entertainer is a visual treat. Cruise is a delight to watch – even as he indulges in the same shtick in all the M:I films (a tad bit tiredly this time, it seems). And whatever you do, don’t miss the beginning.

  • Aparna Mudi
    Aparna Mudi
    India Today


    The film is a must-watch for all those who love Tom Cruise. He is a great action hero, and the entire movie stands testimony to that fact. However, as far as the series goes, Rogue Nation is possibly not the best of the lot. Ghost Protocol had a lot more to its story, and Mission Impossible II definitely stands above the rest. This instalment will not disappoint those who love the franchise, but that is about it.

  • …will not leave the fans disappointed as it is one of the best films from the franchise. If the chase sequences and gun fights are your thing, then this film is definitely worth a watch.

  • Sachin Chatte
    Sachin Chatte
    The Navhind Times


    Christopher McQuarrie (who wrote The Usual Suspects and directed Jack Reacher, Edge of Tomorrow with Tom Cruise) is at the helm of affairs here and he has peppered the film with enough action and thrills to make this fifth film in the series, one of the better mainstream Hollywood films in recent times. And they did it in 2D.

  • The story is cookie cutter by ‘Mission Impossible’ standards but it’s the way the story is presented that makes all the difference. McQuarrie bravely spends time establishing character arcs and genuine conflicts that render stakes, so when our heroes are in danger you root for them to make it out alive. The film also moves at the pace of a hurricane, zipping from one exotic foreign locale to the other, yet somehow seeming coherent.

  • There is a ‘bird’, and a plane and Ethan Hunt at his best…What everyone will agree on, however, is that the finale is way better than the cringe-inducing ‘Indian’ segment from the previous movie. If this is the direction that this franchise is taking, then it’s a good sign that there’s only a gap of two years until the next Mission Impossible.

  • Juhi Matta
    Juhi Matta


    …features high-octane action sequences, along with a generous sprinkling of humor. It is an out-and-out entertainer, right from the cold open to the end credits. If you want to enjoy a film that is just plain and simple fun, catch this one in theaters this weekend!