The seventh series of the Tom Cruise starrer Hollywood film ‘Mission Impossible‘ has received positive reviews. The Hollywood media published a review of ‘Dead Reckoning Part One’ and praised the series. Meanwhile, the film has created history and received a high score on Rotten Tomatoes, which is considered an indicator of Hollywood films.
Magazines including Variety have said that Dead Reckoning is the best of the franchise. Rotten Tomatoes has seen a 98 percent rating, which is very high. The producer showed the film to the critics on June 4 and implemented an embargo policy not to publish reviews until the night of June 5.
The previous series of the film got 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and the second part got the lowest at 56 percent. The Hollywood Reporter magazine mentioned that although there are some problems in the story reading, the strong ‘cast’ and high quality ‘production value’ will entertain the audience.
Variety magazine mentioned that the film’s CGI and VFX look believable and attractive. Variety wrote that although the CGI of films like Marvel and Avatar look like cartoons, the CGI of this film looks real and gives credibility to the audience. Variety mentioned that Cruise’s performance is commendable since the quality of work from editing to visual effects.
The Los Angeles Times reviewed the film and called it Hollywood’s glossy advertisement. Dead Reckoning Part One engages the audience in its own style. This in itself is a glossy advertisement of Hollywood,” he wrote. The Wrap Magazine writes, ‘What could be more cinematic this summer than our perennial cinematic maverick? What could be another mission than this? You must accept it.’
Entertainment Weekly has mentioned in its review that the three-hour time will be too short. Time magazine said that the Tom Cruise-centric stunts were substantial and spectacular. Right now, this movie is in the news right from the trailer. The film is already in the limelight due to the dangerous action scenes performed by Cruise. This film is also releasing in Nepal on June 29.