A mission to thrill that delivers
You never know quite where you stand watching a Mission: Impossible film, but with Christopher McQuarrie’s sixth instalment, you know where you’ll sit: right on the edge of your seat.
There’s something about the Mission Impossible films that chimes with the times we live in: ridiculous schemes that nobody believes have a hope of working, signature deceptions where trusted agents peel off their rubber masks to reveal enemies beneath, and a world in constant flux where maniacal despots can bring chaos down with a stab of their tiny finger.
You never know quite where you stand watching a Mission: Impossible film, but with...
Subscribe from just €1 for the first month!
All Digital Access + eReader
Unlimited Access for 1 Month
*New subscribers only
€149 For the 1st Year
Unlimited Access for 1 Year
90 Day Pass
Unlimited Access for 2 Years
Get a Business Account for you and your team
Appetite For Distraction: this week’s home entertainment picks
Your weekly guide to the best TV shows, podcasts and video games
TV review: Moody Northern thriller reawakens a troubled past
A brooding James Nesbitt stars in Sunday-night drama Bloodlands, from Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio
Radio review: National broadcaster shines when it puts children at centre
When it comes to fulfilling its public-service remit, RTÉ is doing a brilliant job at serving its younger community
TV Review: Psychological thriller lurches into realms of the ludicrous
Netflix’s new drama Behind Her Eyes quickly takes a turn for the fanciful, with deeply mixed results