Review for 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol' (2012)

Mission: Impossibles 1-3 were damn spectacular, with odd spells of dreariness. Ghost Protocol felt more of the same,but still delivered some fantastic action scenes.

Performance-wise, thee are no problems. Well, maybe one. Bollywood veteran Anil Kapoor didn't do much for the film, but for the Indian audiences, it did wonders for the film, financially. He was decent in 24, but nothing to write home about, though his character was fun to watch. DIGRESSION.

GP delivered some good laughs, but it's an ACTION film, not a Comedy, probably the reason it wasn't as good as it's predecessors.

Probably not the strongest in the series, but still provides some great Action and a handful of beautiful shots, specifically those from the Burj Khalifa.

Overall, Ghost Protocol was entertaining, and had some equally cool stunt scenes, as well as the lovely Paula Patton. Either way though, it'd be nice if this was followed up; the ending certainly left it open for one.

Performances: 7/10

Plot: 6/10

Visuals: 8/10

Dialogue: 5.5/10

Overall: 6.5/10


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