Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation is having its first reviews and they’re very good, having at the moment a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Here you have some of them (without spoilers).
The film that leaves you wanting more. Not five minutes more. Five films more. Flicks.co.nz
“Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” proves that a summer flick can be as smart as it is exciting. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
After taking a few stabs at the right formula, the series has finally found its voice, and Ethan Hunt and company give James Bond a real run for his blockbuster money. San Jose Mercury News
It’s full of attractive people, gorgeous locations, loathsome bad guys and a pounding score that ties it all together. This is what the “Fast and Furious” movies want to be, and the Bond pictures used to. New York Daily News
Tom and Christopher MsQuarrie have made a guest appearance at the screening of the Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation at the Lotte World Tower Mall in Seoul, South Korea today.
We’ve added pics of Tom at the premiere of Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation at the Lotte World Tower Mall in Seoul, South Korea today.
Enjoy these HQ’s of Tom and Christopher McQuarrie during the press conference for Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation at the Grand Intercontinental Seoul Hotel in Seoul, South Korea today.
“We’re starting to work on it now,” Cruise told Stewart last night on The Daily Show. “We’ll probably start shooting it next summer.”
In an interview with MTV durind the premiere for Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation in New York Tom was asked about possibly following up his critically acclaimed sci-fi thriller ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ and that’s what he said:
“I pitched it to [Christopher] McQuarrie and [Edge of Tomorrow director] Doug [Liman]. We were there one night and I was like, ‘I’ve got an idea for it.’ … It could be so much fun. Gotta get Emily [Blunt]. I was like, ‘Emily, please.’ She was like, ‘Give me another year, please.’”