(Mission: Impossible movie review at Entertainment Weekly)
Owen Gleiberman — Entertainment Weekly
Dean Essner — Entertainment Weekly
A sleek, whooshingly entertaining update of the vintage television series.
Stephen Holden — New York Times
Stylish, brisk but lacking in human dimension.
Mike Clark — USA Today
Humorless, charmless and flat.
Hal Hinson — Washington Post
Exciting, smart and enormously enjoyable.
Desson Thomson — Washington Post
(Mission: Impossible movie review at Wall Street Journal)
Joe Morgenstern — Wall Street Journal
Tom Cruise looks cool and holds our attention while doing neat things that we don't quite understand.
Roger Ebert — Chicago Sun-Times
Every effect is so calculated that only the conscious minds of filmmakers and viewers are engaged--and not by very much or for very long.
Jonathan Rosenbaum — Chicago Reader
Smart, ambitious, occasionally elegant.
Susan Stark — Detroit News
(Mission: Impossible movie review at Variety)
David Stratton — Variety
The most dour, sexless piece of escapism in memory.
Dean Essner — Variety
A fun and diverting summer movie, well worth the price of admission.
Keith Simanton — Film.com
There are just a few groovy special effects and a practically incomprehensible story which we finally can't work up enough energy to care about.
Wm. Humphrey — Film.com
Too devious for its own good.
Sean Means — Film.com
A sleek, stunningly made movie.
Charles Taylor — Salon.com
This movie isn't a disaster, but, all things considered, there's little reason to make it a high priority for theatrical viewing.
James Berardinelli — ReelViews
An infinite trailer that is all effects, no affect.
Richard Schickel — TIME Magazine
(Mission: Impossible movie review at The Wrap)
Alonso Duralde — The Wrap
What used to be an IMF team effort turned into another star vehicle for Tom Cruise.
John J. Puccio — Movie Metropolis
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