Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2015]

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Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2004 out of 2031)

Special Features


  • Commentary by Tom Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie
  • Cruise control
  • Cruising altitude
  • Heroes...
  • Lighting the fuse
  • Mission: immersible
  • Sand theft auto
  • The missions contunue
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis


Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his teammates reunite for this pulse-pounding sequel, in which they attempt to take down a secret international organization known as the Syndicate--highly skilled ex-IMF agents who are intent on bringing down their former outfit. Christopher McQuarrie directs this new entry in the Mission Impossible franchise, with Jeremy Renner, Alec Baldwin, and Simon Pegg co-staring. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

Cast & Crew


  • Tom Cruise
    Tom Cruise - Ethan Hunt
  • Jeremy Renner
    Jeremy Renner - William Brandt
  • Ving Rhames
    Ving Rhames - Luther Strickell
  • Simon Pegg
    Simon Pegg - Benji
  • Alec Baldwin
    Alec Baldwin - Alan Hunley



Overall customer rating

4.7
99%
would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Mission: Impossible Delivers Again!

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    Brettallica
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    Many movie series tend to get weaker as their sequels are released -- almost as if the magic juice from the original just can't be attained again. The Mission: Impossible franchise has captured the formula for quality sequels, and the Rogue Nation iteration definitely doesn't disappoint. It's not always easy to admit that a sequel is better than an original, but the Mission: Impossible movies are on an amazingly consistent pattern of outdoing their predecessors and I wouldn't necessarily argue with anyone who wants to make a case that Rogue Nation is the best one yet. This movie just never stops bringing it! From the opening and now famous airplane scene and right up through the end of the flick, Rogue Nation could easily be considered the best and most action-packed of the bunch. Not only that, but (as always) there are hints at the conclusion of the movie that another one might be coming -- at least they're leaving the possibility open. I'd classify Rogue Nation as a must-have for any movie collection. This message will self-destruct.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Improbable But Not Impossible

    Posted
    Methos
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    Going into the theater, I wasn't expecting much. Ghost Protocol was pretty decent but given the track record of the series being as inconsistent as it is, I set the bar low. Walking out I realized just how unwarranted those fears were. The big one here is the stunt work. Say what you will about Tom Cruise but nobody can argue about his commitment to his craft. The stunt work in this film is second to none, with Cruise doing a lot more than most to the point I was shocked the studio allowed it. The story is standard for this genre, with some solid twists to keep things interesting. Simon Pegg has a lot to do here and has fun doing it. It is nice to see a little more consistency with the supporting cast, with even Luther returning. Jeremy Renner unfortunately takes a step back in terms of screen time. I hope more was at least initially intended for him and that he'll have a chance to shine more in future installments. The ultimate villian is a bit underwhelming given the build up. Still, he gets the job done and manages to stay threatening. If you've stayed away from the series for a while it's time to come back.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    You'll Love Going "Rogue" in Latest "Mission" Film

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    ANDM
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    For nearly 20 years, Tom Cruise has delivered some of the biggest thrills in movies in his "Mission: Impossible" franchise, and the latest entry, "Rogue Nation," is no exception. Picking up shortly from the previous (and very good) film, "Ghost Protocol," Cruise's Ethan Hunt must stop a secret organization named the Syndicate, and on his own after the CIA shuts down his IMF and declares him a wanted man. Fortunately for him his old team (Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, and Jeremy Renner) are still willing to help him, and he crosses paths with a beautiful-and deadly-agent, played by Rebecca Ferguson, with her own agenda. The stunts are all top-rate (the sequence of Cruise hanging off the side of a giant airplane while flying is just in the first five minutes!) and Ferguson nearly steals the show from Cruise. The best entry since the first Mission. The Blu-ray provides very sharp picture and sound, and extras include a commentary with Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie and some solid BTS entries. Well worth it, especially if you can get the Best Buy exclusive Steelbook.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Addition to the Mission Impossible Series

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    Aetherhole
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    Rogue Nation is every bit as grandiose of a movie as its predecessor, Ghost Protocol. The scale of the action sequences, the character interaction, the storyline all are highly entertaining by themselves, but interweave all of them together and you get this fine movie. It is still amazing to see Tom Cruise do all these death-defying stunts practically. I think that’s what adds to the excitement and intensity of the action sequences. The story itself also keeps to the level of the previous films in its complexities. It was really nice to see Benji (Pegg) get more screen time and more of a pivotal role in this film. The newcomer, Ilsa Faust (Ferguson) proved to be a worthy counterpart to Ethan Hunt. I especially liked that she didn’t just become his love interest, rather she was his equal. Overall, a very entertaining movie and a welcome addition to the Mission Impossible franchise.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A Must-Own Thrill Ride Finally in 4K!

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    whysoblu
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    I consider Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation a MUST-OWN action title on the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray format. The movie is obviously tons of fun, laughs and action. It also has the same great early Dolby Atmos surround track as found on the original Blu-ray release, but now a minor uptick in terms of video. I would not call it night or day difference in visuals since it's not true 4K (hence only my 4-star score here), but I feel this is a title worth owning in your home media collection in its finest possible state. This is that! Sadly there are no new extras or anything pertinent to the new film this July.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    MI Rouge is very fun to watch again

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    BobtheEliteBBshopper
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    It's not my favorite in the collection but it does keep you on the edge of your lazy boy for sure even after seeing it theaters... The digital copy is the best idea every... I can more and/or less throw the disk away... And leave my ITunes account and password in my last will and testament for generations to love and watch.... I only purchased the disk for the better sound quality in my opinion only because ever sound system is different.. However I do have Bose Speakers hooked up to a $1000 Sony receiver with 7.1 channel... so I could be more right then I know. but the HD picture no mater the disk versa the ITunes streaming is for sure the very best quality you can get as long as you have fast internet..... One day the sound will catch up and be offer in more then just 5.1 surround sound...

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Rogue Nation succeeds, with Cruise once again

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    como
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    If you’re looking for the Mission Impossible series to evolve or use the team it set up at the end of Ghost Protocol, then this feels more like a detour. One which toys with the idea of exploring the psychology of Ethan Hunt, the man who doesn’t know how to give up, and the anachronism that is the IMF, but really all it wants to do is celebrate that by strapping him to a plane. The movie that emerges is a lot fun, with silly, suspenseful missions, espionage fantasy, and enough humour to poke fun at itself. Rogue Nation was perhaps an opportunity to advance the series, but nothing much changes for Ethan. It’s a ride, an often exhilarating one, but ultimately like most rides it ends exactly where it began.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Another action packed Mission Impossible story

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    ipsofacto
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    The IMF is disbanded and Ethan finds himself out in the cold. But now a new threat appears, it's called the Syndicate. A network of skilled operatives who seek to establish a new world order. Faced with the most impossible mission yet, Ethan contacts his old team and joins forces with Ilsa Faust, a disavowed British agent who may or may not be a member of this deadly plot to create a "Rogue Nation". This one turns it up a notch. Another taught drama in this series of action packed spy trillers. With large scale mayhem and action sceens that are off the charts, even for this series.

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