Mission: Impossible (1996) Full Movie

Mission: Impossible
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Mission: Impossible (1996) : When Ethan Hunt, the leader of a crack espionage team whose perilous operation has gone awry with no explanation, discovers that a mole has penetrated the CIA, he's surprised to learn that he's the No. 1 suspect. To clear his name, Hunt now must ferret out the real double agent and, in the process, even the score.

Title Mission: Impossible (1996)
Release Date May 22, 1996
Genres , ,
Production Company Paramount, Cruise/Wagner Productions
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Tom Cruise, Jon Voight, Emmanuelle Béart, Henry Czerny, Jean Reno, Ving Rhames, Kristin Scott Thomas, Vanessa Redgrave, Ingeborga Dapkūnaitė, Valentina Yakunina, Marek Vašut
Plot Keywords paris, france, london, england, spy, cia, terrorist, secret identity, undercover, arms deal, headquarter, secret base, secret mission, prague, czech republic, embassy, secret agent, tgv, computer, mission, espionage, agent
Ethan Hunt
Ethan Hunt
Tom Cruise
Jim Phelps
Jim Phelps
Jon Voight
Claire Phelps
Claire Phelps
Emmanuelle Béart
Eugene Kittridge
Eugene Kittridge
Henry Czerny
Franz Krieger
Franz Krieger
Jean Reno
Luther Stickell
Luther Stickell
Ving Rhames
Sarah Davies
Sarah Davies
Kristin Scott Thomas
Max
Max
Vanessa Redgrave
Hannah Williams
Hannah Williams
Ingeborga Dapkūnaitė
Drunken Female IMF Agent
Drunken Female IMF Agent
Valentina Yakunina
Drunken Male IMF Agent
Drunken Male IMF Agent
Marek Vašut
Kittridge Technician
Kittridge Technician
Nathan Osgood
TV Interviewer
TV Interviewer
John McLaughlin
CIA Analyst William Donloe
CIA Analyst William Donloe
Rolf Saxon
Matthias
Matthias
Karel Dobrý
Max's Companion
Max's Companion
Andreas Wisniewski
Diplomat Rand Housman
Diplomat Rand Housman
David Shaeffer
Mayor Brandl
Mayor Brandl
Rudolf Pechan
Jaroslav Reid
Jaroslav Reid
Gaston Šubert
Denied Area Security Guard
Denied Area Security Guard
Ricco Ross
Denied Area Security Guard
Denied Area Security Guard
Mark Houghton
Sky News Man
Sky News Man
Bob Friend
Flight Attendant
Flight Attendant
Annabel Mullion
CNN Reporter
CNN Reporter
Garrick Hagon
Cleaning Woman
Cleaning Woman
Jiřina Třebická
Kiev Room Agent
Kiev Room Agent
Andrzej Borkowski
Kiev Room Agent
Kiev Room Agent
Maya Dokic
Kiev Room Agent
Kiev Room Agent
Sam Douglas
Kiev Agent
Kiev Agent
Olegar Fedoro
Kiev Room Agent
Kiev Room Agent
Carmela Marner
Kiev Room Agent
Kiev Room Agent
Mimi Potworowska
Train Engineer
Train Engineer
David Schneider
Female Executive in Train
Female Executive in Train
Helen Lindsay
CIA Agent
CIA Agent
Pat Starr
CIA Lobby Guard
CIA Lobby Guard
Richard D. Sharp
CIA Escort Guard
CIA Escort Guard
Randall Paul
CIA Agent
CIA Agent
Sue Doucette
Public Official
Public Official
Graydon Gould
MI5 Agent
MI5 Agent
Tony Vogel
Large man
Large man
Michael Rogers
Margaret Hunt
Margaret Hunt
Laura Brook
Donald Hunt
Donald Hunt
Morgan Deare
Steward on Train
Steward on Train
David Phelan
Air Stewardess
Air Stewardess
Melissa Knatchbull
Zozimov
Zozimov
Ion Caramitru
Frank Barnes
Frank Barnes
Dale Dye
Alexander Golitsyn
Alexander Golitsyn
Marcel Iureș
Fireman (uncredited)
Fireman (uncredited)
Keith Campbell
Student (uncredited)
Student (uncredited)
Michael Cella
Jack Harmon (uncredited)
Jack Harmon (uncredited)
Emilio Estevez
Car Driver (uncredited)
Car Driver (uncredited)
Harry Fielder
Man on Plane (uncredited)
Man on Plane (uncredited)
Toby Hinson
Passenger on Train in Tunnel (uncredited)
Passenger on Train in Tunnel (uncredited)
John Knoll
Train Gaurd (uncredited)
Train Gaurd (uncredited)
Paul Markham

Reviews

  • Gimly

    While the sequences that _Mission: Impossible_ is most famous for (the ceiling-descent and train-top) are truly thrilling, absolutely everything in between these scenes is obvious and uninspired. Rarely can a movie have you so completely engaged one minute, and then immediately back to checking the time the next. An important film, pop-culturally speaking, but not a very good one. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson

    When I first saw this movie I did not like it at all. My main gripe with the movie was (and is) that it did not feel like a Mission Impossible movie. Spoilers ahead! In the original series the team always succeeded, at least in the episodes I watched. However, the movie starts off with a big failure. Then to make matters worse we learn that Mr. Phelps, one of the original lead characters, is actually a traitor. I was so disappointed! Now when I watched it for the second time with my son I actually liked it a lot more. I still think it is sad that the script writers felt they had to introduce all these chock elements but trying to look past those this is a pretty good movie. I still do not think it is truly a Mission Impossible movie in the good old style of the series though. It is a very good action/thriller movie though. Tom Cruise is really not bad in the role of Ethan Hunt and so are the rest of the actors. He is performing quite a few spectacular stunts and there are a decent amount of high tech stuff in the movie. Sure, some of the stunts and action scenes are perhaps a bit convoluted but it provides for some good cinemagic and it is fiction after all. If this movie would not have been labelled Mission Impossible I would probably have given it another star but I cannot bring myself to completely overlook how far from the original inspiration it has strayed.