Great laughs, good atmosphere and one of Burton’s best casts.
It’s a shame that this seemed to be “production hell” for almost everyone involved, but the duo of Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson can always deliver some entertainment, despite the halts that it had. The cast definitely helps, with Christina Ricci and Jesse Eisenberg being very entertaining with their roles. It sucked that there had to be a bunch of re-writes or re-shoots and seemingly forced CGI. While I did have fun, and got some good laughs, I could only imagine how much better it would’ve been with the version Craven and Williamson intended this to be.
This is what made all of the hours watching 1-5 of the Mission: Impossible series in a day even more worth it. I've heard nothing but praise about this film, so I made sure to do it right and go see it in IMAX. And I'm so glad to say that Mission: Impossible- Fallout is not only one of the best action movies of the last 20 years, but my favorite film in the Mission: Impossible series.