Mission: Impossible: Reckoning – Part 1 (the seventh part of the saga) had its world premiere in Rome and early reactions have started pouring in online.
Journalists who attended the premiere in Italy took to social media to praise the action film, with Collider’s Perry Nemiroff (via Deadline) calling it “another victory for the franchise”.
“Once again, the production values break down barriers, with some of the most well-defined action sequences and excitingly photographed that really make you feel like you’re in the middle of the action. The emphasis on capturing things on camera makes a huge difference and you can feel it,” Nemiroff tweeted.
Nemiroff also praised Hayley Atwell, who “proves to be the highlight” and added, “She can do it all. Action, comedy, a capable heroine in many ways.”
Uproxx writer Mike Ryan tweeted his sentiments on Mission: Impossible 7, saying, “It’s like Christopher McQuarrie’s ambitious examination/meditation on AI and the dangerous path we’re on”.
Eric Davis of Fandango said he enjoyed watching “Mission: Impossible”, calling it “an impeccably crafted action movie that never fails to entertain.”
Germain Lussier of Gizmodo called the film “brilliant” and said the story was “dynamite” and “timely”. “It gets a little dense at times, but the speed and intensity of it more than covers it.”
Joseph Deckelmeier of ScreenRant also praised Atwell, saying that she “steals every scene” and that “the action made my heart skip a beat”.
Mission: Impossible 7 is coming this year
Mission: Impossible: Reckoning – Part 1 (Mission: Impossible 7) is the new film in the series and recently finished filming. For the first time in the franchise, Mission: Impossible will use two films to tell the same story.
Christopher McQuarrie signed on to script and direct both films, thus repeating a successful partnership with Tom Cruise.
The cast will also include Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter), Pom Klementieff (Guardians of the Galaxy), Shea Whigham (Agent Carter) and Vanessa Kirby returning.
Mission: Impossible – Reckoning – Part 1 will hit the theaters on July 13 this year. Part 2 will release on 28 June 2024.
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