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Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Movie Poster

Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action and violence.

PG-13 In Theaters 12/16/2011 , 133min.
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August 04, 2012
I'm still waiting until i'll have an avilable time to set down and watch this great movie.
May 24, 2012
Of all the Tom Cruise Mission Impossible's this one's just about the best. Tom is looking older, but still gets the job done. Great action, movie keeps pulling you in. Turn your brain off and enjoy. Well worth it !
May 11, 2012
SPOILER ALERT............. i have a question.... was that Katie Holmes playing his wife in that final scene? i think it was but she wasn't in the credits and i'm not sure. thanks!
May 11, 2012
Eh, it was ok. Tom's getting old and the plots are getting weaker. Still if you can rent it for a buck it would be worth the time.
May 01, 2012
great action movie, in my opinion one of the best mission impossible from the first, great story, direction, and creativity. Outstanding performance from Simon Pegg, and action scenes exceedingly well especially the scene of the Kremlin, and climb the skyscraper in Dubai.

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Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
If you widen your eyes and turn off your brain, it all adds up to cracking good fun. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
There's a place in the movies for wish fulfillment, no doubt, including the wish for it all to be over. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Oscar-winning animator Brad Bird seems to have accomplished the impossible with the fourth Mission: Impossible installment by injecting the 15-year-old series with newfound, breathtaking energy. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
It's not the generic plot that's so memorable, even though its convolutions are clever enough, or the cast of mostly interesting characters, but the surreal swirl of form and color that frequently fills the enormous screen. Full Review
Justin Chang
Pixar wizard Brad Bird's live-action debut serves up sights and setpieces of often jaw-dropping ingenuity and visual flair, but it's a movie of dazzling individual parts that don't come together to fully satisfying effect in the final stretch. Full Review
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