The sixth installment in the M:I series is decent; but not as good as the first, despite what others say.
I'll start on telling you guys about the quality. Parts of this movie were great, and it started out excellent. Some parts were just alright. The stunts, like the skydiving scene were fantastic. The villain was pretty good, not talking about Solomon Lane, who was ok, but I'm talking about.. spoiler alert: August Walker (played by Henry Cavill, from Man of Steel). I kind of wish they would've cast him in more Mission: Impossible movies, same with Alec Baldwin. Now, the content reviews starts:
Positive Messages: Yes. Ethan Hunt (played by Tom Cruise)'s wife shows her gratitude for him. There are some role models. Violence: Frequent... Some of which is pretty intense. There are plenty of gunfights, one scene in the bathroom occurs where a man is killed, and there's lots of blood shown on the floor, the man isn't shown bleeding, but there's blood on the bathroom floor. One scene occurs where Ethan Hunt and August Walker punch each other on a cliff, and Walker's swollen side of his face looks a little bit like one of Davy Jones's crew members, from Pirates Of The Caribbean 2 and 3, although not as graphic. Ethan has blood on his face. Spoiler alert: At the end, Ethan is in the hospital. Sex: Not a lot. Language: A fair amount. Plenty uses of the "s" word and "S.O.B", and one use of the PR word that ends with K. One f-bomb used by Cavill's character. Drinking or Drugs: Not an issue. This movie can be slow at times but a few fight scenes are pretty good. It isn't the best in the series, but good.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness