The Mission: Impossible franchise has become one of Hollywood's most consistent action properties over the course of the last two decades, with Tom Cruise regularly delivering amazing stunt work and some visceral spy action. Now audiences all over the world are gearing up for the release of Mission: Impossible - Fallout, and it sounds like the film will not disappoint. In fact, CinemaBlend's own Sean O'Connell got a chance to screen the movie today, and his reaction says it all: you won't want to miss this one. Check out Sean's response, below via CinemaBlend's Twitter account:
It sounds like Mission: Impossible - Fallout isn't perfection, but still definitely delivers. As Sean noted in his response, the action is apparently fantastic, and it will leave audiences wondering how director Chris McQuarrie was able to pull off some of its biggest sequences. Not only that, but Sean seems to think that the pairing of Tom Cruise and Justice League actor Henry Cavill is a huge win for the franchise as a whole.
Of course, Sean wasn't the only one who got a chance to watch Mission: Impossible - Fallout. Collider's Steven Weintraub also had the opportunity to watch the movie, and his reaction echoes much of what Sean had to say about the film. Moreover, he also notes in his reaction that the bathroom fight teased by the trailers is just as good as many of us were hoping it would be. Weintraub wrote:
Then there's Fandango's Erik Davis, who homed in on the fact that Mission: Impossible - Fallout arguably has the best finale of any installment in the series, and that this film stands out against movies like Avengers: Infinity War and Deadpool 2 as the best blockbuster of the summer. In his reaction, Davis said:
Finally, we come to a reaction written by Next Best Picture's Daniel Howat. As with all of the other responses that have hit the web today, it seems that the stuntwork remains something that critics will continue to praise as the movie screens for more and more audiences. More specifically, Wowat said:
The reactions for Mission: Impossible - Fallout seem to promise something genuinely spectacular, and it seems that the movie will continue the upward trajectory that the franchise has been on from Mission: Impossible III through Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation. We've been handed another impossible mission, and you can bet that we're going to choose to accept it.
CinemaBlend will bring you more awesome coverage related to Mission: Impossible - Fallout as the movie gets closer and closer to its anticipated release. The sixth installment in the series will premiere later this month on July 27th.