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He’s Good at What He Does! Meet Mission Impossible’s Best Agent – Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt

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With Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation opening tomorrow, and with our activities geared towards prepping you for what is perhaps the most anticipated movie in this franchise, it felt better to save the best, or rather, the baddest for last.

Today, we bring to you Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt.

Name: Ethan Matthew Hunt
Status: Alive
Active: (1988-present)
Age: 50
Date of Birth: August 18, 1964
Nationality: American
Affiliation: IMF
Formerly: United States Army
Profession: Training Officer (former), Field Agent, Field Team Leader
Marital Status: Married
Played by: Tom Cruise
First Appearance: Mission: Impossible
Last Appearance: Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation

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A master of many disguises, Ethan Hunt has displayed different acts over the years. Quite skilled in stealth and espionage tactics, he is one man that sure knows his onions well, and never fails to display them when the need for it arises. With a team of amazingly skilled and divergent members, we have seen Hunt handle each impossible mission assigned to the IMF over each movie, and even though the IMF was disbanded and he had to go rogue, Rogue Nation will see Ethan Hunt at his best ever, with action sequences that seem out of this world.

Incredibly intelligent, and almost recklessly daring in his missions, he is highly cunning, extremely astute and calculating, especially when it comes to knowing his enemies. He is highly idealistic and devises philosophical traps during debates.

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Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt brings nothing but his A-game to Rogue Nation, and he sure shows no signs of slowing down.

Catch all the action as Rogue Nation opens in cinemas tomorrow. Pre order your tickets HERE.

6 Comments

  1. Mz Socially Awkward...

    August 6, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    I am confuzzled. Which part of the movie did the above “piksho” emanate from? Or is that a movie poster from past MI instalments?

    Moving on swiftly… so, if you’ve been looking forward to seeing this movie, rejoice because your expectations will not be cut short. Amen? Amen. I score it a full A+ and Tom Cruise can please like to come and mentor the rest of us on how to stay as focused and on top of the game as he’s constantly proven himself to be when it comes to acting. What?? I heard they had to shoot the opening scene about 8 times or something ridiculous. Enough said, it has to be seen to be wondered at.

    And Rebecca Ferguson – take a bow, ma’am. Female lead in a big-budget action flick who looks amazing and yet, isn’t a damsel-in-distress as you watch her dispatch the boys in physical combat? Take a bow again, ma’am. It’s not even just about the fluidness of her action scenes because she also brings a distinct spark to her role in general… I’d never heard of the woman before now but shall be looking out for what else she’s featuring in. Can the producers of all future Bond movies please pull up a few seats and take lengthy notes?

    Without (hopefully) giving any spoilers:- The Vienna Opera scene – top marks. The underwater scene – top marks. The motor cycle race scene – top marks. Generally all-round good set chemistry and acting by all involved – top marks. Big up yourselves, dear Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames and Alec Baldwin (yes, you too Jeremy Renner although I could have done with a bit more “oomph” from your end).

    After “Edge of Tomorrow – Live, Die, Repeat”, I thought Mr. Cruise had presented me with enough quality reasons to finally start feeling excited again about watching him on the screen. And now, “Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation” has completely cleared my remaining doubts about whether he can still successfully anchor a hit movie.

    Sorry for the mini-review (although, I shouldn’t see you complaining, Tripican, you know this can only boost ticket sales) 🙂 …

  2. Tripican

    August 6, 2015 at 7:44 pm

    Thanks for the “mini review’, Mz Socially Awkward, we are happy to know you enjoyed the movie. The first image above are posters released for marketing the movie, while the second picture was while Ethan Hunt was hanging on the plane.

    Since you enjoyed the movie, be sure to tell your friends to see this movie as well, and to purchase their tickets on Tripican.

  3. joan

    August 6, 2015 at 9:31 pm

    Aw come it wont b showing in Abuja…not fair at all.

  4. zinnypear

    August 7, 2015 at 10:34 am

    is it another one or the old one cos i watch season three last week

  5. Pwettyblessed

    August 7, 2015 at 12:06 pm

    yipeeee…. all road leads to the cinema after work. I’ve been patiently counting down to the release date. who wants to tag along? ticket and popcorn on me.. hehe

  6. Debby

    August 7, 2015 at 8:50 pm

    Watched it yesterday!! Nice movie tho

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