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Ageless cyborg Tom Cruise is back in theaters with Mission Impossible: Falllout, the sixth(!) entry in the spy series. Let’s talk about our favorite movies about the IMF.

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Which Mission: Impossible movie is your favorite?

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80 Responses to “Freebie Friday ‘Impossible Missions’ Edition. Win a Free Redbox e-Gift Card!”

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    Meme [visitor]

    The first mission impossible movie is my favorite

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    Rogue Nation

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    NORMA BATEMAN [visitor]

    Top Gun

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    Lisa [visitor]

    Rogue nation

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    Mission Impossible III

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    Rande [visitor]

    Mission Impossible II

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    Pat Stimson [visitor]

    Rogue nation.

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    The latest and best entry in the ongoing franchise certainly can stand on its own as a rousing rush of breakneck excitement and sensational stunt work. (Credit “Rogue Nation” writer-director Christopher McQuarrie with leaping over the bar he raised in the previous outing.) But for anyone who’s been following the adventures of Ethan Hunt over the past 22 years, “Fallout” is all the more satisfying as a cinematic class reunion, with pointed allusions to images and incidents from previous “M:I” movies (note the reprise of Ethan’s rock-climbing from the opening of “M:I2”)and welcome return appearances by long-time and recently introduced series regulars. As Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise has aged gracefully into something like gravitas while maintaining his boundless and infectious enthusiasm. And Ving Rhames’ Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg’s Benji Dunn do standout double-duty as backup crew and Greek chorus, playing it fast-and-frantically straight during the turbo-charged action but also offering wink-wink observations about Ethan’s trademark penchant for unpremeditated risk-taking. All that’s missing is a paraphrase of Britney Spears: “Whoops! He did it again!” The very best thing about “Fallout,” of course, is that it leaves you hoping that Ethan Hunt will keep on doing it.
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    I have not seen the latest installment but will once it is available on DVD from my local library for free. TC is a lot of fun to watch, but I believe it is time for him to pass the torch to someone younger with a charismatic screen presence and acting talents. My favorite was #5 because of the story line and excellent cinematography.

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    The first Mission Impossible is my favorite out of the series.

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    Elizabeth Sul-Celline [visitor]

    The first Mission Impossible- from 1996.

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    The TV Series

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    The first one is my favorite. I’m not a fan of sequels.

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    cjc [visitor]

    rogue nation

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    DocWork [docwork]

    The first one

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    Harry Dyer [visitor]

    It’s a toss up between the very first one and Fallout.

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    So far, Rogue Nation is my favorite Tom Cruise/Mission Impossible movies. However, there are several Tom Cruise movies that I like far more than the Mission Impossible movies!!!

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    The first movie was directed by John Woo…. one of the very best action directors of all time(check out Broken Arrow among his many credits!)

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    Rogue Nation.

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    Thomas Buczek [visitor]

    Mission Impossible 1.

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    Iam [visitor]

    Ghost protocol

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    Rogue Nation

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    Donaldot [donaldot]

    the best movie vresion is number 1.however none compare to the original seris for TV

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    haven’t yet seen the latest one. So as of now, the very first one

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    Ginnieb [visitor]

    The first Mission Impossible!

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    sandy [ovistababy]

    The first one

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    kayshem [visitor]

    The first one.

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    My favorite Mission Impossible movie is the first one.

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    all good

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    Dannielle [visitor]

    Rogue Nation is my fav!!

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    Mike [visitor]

    Rogue Nation

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    Rick [visitor]

    rogue nation is the best so far.

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    Diane Woods [visitor]

    first one, rogue nation and ghost protocol too hard to choose

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    the first one but Mission Impossible: Fallout is pretty good too…

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    The first one is my choice

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    tylert [tylert-2]

    Ghost Protocal