Debate continues over when exactly Tom Cruise decided to quit being an actor to become Tom Cruise permanently, but the December 2011 release of Brad Bird’s jaw-dropping movie Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol is definitely worth considering.
Sure, the longtime actor always had a penchant for doing his own stunts, but his daredevil scaling the world’s tallest building literally took his death-defying antics to new heights, to the point that it makes perfect sense that Cruise I would like to film. an action movie in outer space, because he is running out of ways to outdo himself on this planet.
help that Ghost Protocol is an unbelievable action blockbuster, to be fair, with any weaknesses in the “The IMF is Disavowed Once Again” plot handily offset by some of the best scenes you’ll see on this side of… well, the successors of double slope of Christopher McQuarrie. rebel nation Y Fall.
However, it is Ethan Hunt’s fourth globetrotting adventure that has climbed the Netflix charts this week, with Ghost Protocol It currently ranks as the 20th most watched feature on Netflix’s global charts, having risen to the Top 10 in 15 countries spread across three continents by FlixPatrol, which isn’t bad at all.
Not only did it serve as a soft reset that quickly saw ME returned to its former status as one of Hollywood’s top franchises, but also gave its leading man and producer the itch to risk his life every time he steps in front of the camera, with audiences everywhere becoming the biggest beneficiaries. .