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Details:- Mission: Impossible (1996) 👇🏼
- Full Name: Mission: Impossible
- Language: Hindi + English
- Release Year: 1996
- Size: 480p [350 MB], 720p [750 MB] & 1080p [2.3 GB]
- Quality: 480p, 720p & 1080p
- Format: mkv
- Genre: Action | Adventure | Thriller
- Rating: 7.1/10
A film based on the television series accuses Jim Phelps and his team of preventing a traitor from stealing and selling classified material. By the time they were chasing the man, everything was going well and everyone on the team was killed needlessly, except for Ethan Hunt. Ethan then calls the director and goes to meet him when he finds out that the entire mission was to ferret a mole that has been suspicious for some time.
The director shows evidence that suggests Ethan is on the lookout, but Ethan is aware that he is not, so he escapes. Ethan then arranges to meet the buyer and whom he warns against using the material he possesses and when they meet, he offers to tell whom he paid in return which the mole is telling . Ethan, along with Phelps’ wife Claire, helps recruit two displaced agents that won’t be easy.
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Download Mission: Impossible 480p BluRay -[Hindi-English] ~ 350 MB
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Download Mission: Impossible 1080p BluRay -[Hindi-English] ~ 2.3 GB
Mission: Impossible (1996) Review
For those who have not seen the original mission as impossible, it is a real shame. Although other flicks offer plenty of explosions and cool action sequences, the original is a well-developed element of its intriguing plot twist, some decent acting, and a lack of suspense in later pictures.
It would be a disservice to reveal any plot: it is certainly some very interesting incidents that must be watched to full effect. What really makes it great though is the direction of De Palma. Unlike later flicks, critical scenes are composed: there is an actual spence of suspense that is rarely received. Three major action sequences come to mind, and all are extremely quiet: It’s just a shame that Kreuse couldn’t enlist the services of the more experienced director in the latter’s franchise.
A memorable, well-executed thriller.