Mission: Impossible - Fallout (Blu-ray)
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|Contributor||Christopher McQuarrie, Ving Rhames, Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Tom Cruise|
|Runtime||2 hours and 27 minutes|
The best intentions often come back to haunt you. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie returning to the helm.|Tom Cruise reprises his role as Impossible Mission Force (IMF) agent Ethan Hunt in the sixth film of the action thriller series. When an IMF operation goes badly wrong, Ethan finds himself isolated and unsure of who to trust as he attempts to complete his original mission. With the CIA questioning his motives and deadly assassin August Walker (Henry Cavill) on his tail, Ethan recruits his old IMF team as they bid to save the world from impending disaster. The cast also includes Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames and Alec Baldwin.
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Package Dimensions : 18.03 x 13.76 x 1.48 cm; 70 Grams
- Director : Christopher McQuarrie
- Media Format : PAL, Blu-ray
- Run time : 2 hours and 27 minutes
- Release date : 21 November 2018
- Actors : Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Studio : Universal
- ASIN : B07FDLWMDV
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 1
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TV: Panasonic TX-58DXW784 (58 Zoll UHD/HDR, 3D fähig)
BD Player: Panasonic DMP-UB900 (4K UHD,3D fähig)
AVR: Denon X3300W (7.2 + Atmos + DTS:X)
Boxen: Canton 5.1 + Elac Debut A4 - Atmos, Up-Fire
Während der Film ja garnicht mal so schlecht ist, ich fand' Teil 3 und 4 am Besten, haben wir hier eine aneinander Reihung von teilweise spektakulären Actionszenen. Macht ja auch ein Grossteil aller MI Filme aus ;-)
Was mich aber maßgeblich ärgert und das möchte ich über die Bewertung ausdrücken ist die Vorgehensweise der Industrie.
Ich bin ein DVD Sammler der ersten Stunde und da wurden wirklich noch sehr schöne Boxen zu vernünftigen Preisen verkauft. Dann kam die BD, das 4K UHD und Atmos und immer wurde gesagt... "Bestes Bild, bester Ton..." ... und was ist die Wahrheit ??
Die Industrie hat mittlerweile die Herstellung der 3D Fernseher eingestellt. Wenn also mein Fernseher mal das Zeitliche segnet, was hab' ich dann von meinen 3D Scheiben ??
Dann hab' ich mittlerweile 4K UHD und Atmos... und was bekomm' ich ?? Mieses 4K und noch nicht einmal Atmos in Deutsch !!! Ja, ist ja auch billiger mindestens 10 Sprachen drauf zu klatschen in DD 5.1 für halb Europa !!!
HALLO !!! DD 5.1 hatte ich schon auf DVD !!! Dabei wäre auf der Bonusscheibe ja ganz gewiss noch Platz für Atmos in Deutsch gewesen... !!
Nun gut, hab' ich eben nicht die 4K UHD Scheibe gekauft und zur "billigen, normalen" BD gegriffen. Geld gespart :-) !!
Nebenbei....: Bild ist ok, Ton bei den Stimmen zu Actionsequenzen und Musik bei mir ein ewiges Lauter/Leiser stellen... :-(
Previous outings have had at least one memorable 'star' actor but here it is just little Tom and numerous larger blocks of wood being propelled forward by a script penned by a rather simple five year old.
Kicking things of in the first 15 minutes or so is a scene in which TC and supporting dumbo somehow manage to let the baddies steal an important world changing package. I appreciate this is fiction but surely it must have been clear during rehearsal that it would require these two action heroes (plus a spare idiot in a van who seemed to have forgot to close the door in case baddies appeared) to act implausibly dim. The idiot in the van was though wearing a bullet proof vest so that he could be shot at later. They all three pull it off to great effect and set the very low standard for what seems like ten hours of tedium. All the easy target baddies get shot and on we go.
Another reviewer mentioned the fight scene in the gents as being a direct copy (influenced?) from an Arnie movie, the standard really is that low. Dreadful stuff.
Your Mission should you choose to accept......only this time it goes wrong as Ethan played by Tom Cruise chooses the life of his close associate Luther(Ving Rhames) over retrieving the plutonium he was supposed to do..
However Ethan with the help of Luther and Benji (Simon Pegg) is determined to hunt down the mysterious leader of the Apostles who threaten to trigger a series of nuclear hits.
Trouble is because he'd let the rogue group escape with the plutonium he now has a shadow August Walker played by Henri Cavill imposed upon him by the C.I.A Director..........
The chase will take them to Paris, London and finishing up in Kashmir
Can the team who are joined again by Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson) prevent the evil intent of the Apostle Organisation or will this be one mission to far for Ethan and his team. ?
A superb action-packed thrill ride tat excites at every turn, certainly doesn't disappoint.
Tom Cruise still does many of his own stunts, kinda wonder how much longer he'll do this especially after breaking his ankle doing a roof-top jump whilst filming this one.
I certainly enjoyed this one as indeed i have with what has gone before..............If a fan you'll not want to miss this one.
This time around, Hunt and the team end up trying to recover three devices which (as always) fall into the wrong hands. And stopping the bad guys will take some spectacularly choreographed sequences involving planes, cars, bikes, helicopters and anything else you can think of.
The visual scope of ‘Fallout’ is the by far the widest and most beautiful yet, with global locations taken advantage of in pursuit of the spy-jinks of the plot, while a large cast is (mostly) juggled competently across the film’s runtime. Although the plot largely focuses on playing as a more direct sequel to the plot of ‘Rogue Nation’ than previous films have done, there are many nods to the series as a whole, including a nice one involving one character which goes all the way to the first film and the final settling of one major relationship which has existed since the third film. By journey’s end the whole film almost serves to really pay regard to just how long Cruise (and Hunt) have been at this game. And yet, that the adventures may still continue.
Extras are OK, with three commentaries (including director Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise), 55 minutes of short featurettes focusing largely on achieving the key action sequences of the film, and then some bits and bobs (deleted scenes montage, trailers, etc).