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* CantStayNormal: It's explained that Ethan and Julia split up after ''Film/MissionImpossibleIII'' because however much they loved each other, both of them knew the work that the work Ethan did as an IMF agent saved lives and [[SamaritanSyndrome he was having a hard time putting that behind]].

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* CantStayNormal: It's explained that Ethan and Julia split up after ''Film/MissionImpossibleIII'' because however much they loved each other, both of them knew the work that the work Ethan did as an IMF agent saved lives and [[SamaritanSyndrome he was having a hard time putting that behind]].


''Fallout'' is a direct sequel to [[''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'']]. Two years the capture of Solomon Lane, the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a terrorist cell known as the Apostles. Now on the payroll of mysterious anarchist John Lark, the organization is set to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan Hunt and his team (Pegg, Rhames) are sent to Berlin to intercept the deal, but the mission goes sideways and the Apostles escape with the payload. Now under the watch of CIA operative August Walker (Creator/HenryCavill), Ethan and his team race around the globe to recover the plutonium before it's too late.

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''Fallout'' is a direct sequel to [[''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'']].''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation''. Two years the capture of Solomon Lane, the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a terrorist cell known as the Apostles. Now on the payroll of mysterious anarchist John Lark, the organization is set to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan Hunt and his team (Pegg, Rhames) are sent to Berlin to intercept the deal, but the mission goes sideways and the Apostles escape with the payload. Now under the watch of CIA operative August Walker (Creator/HenryCavill), Ethan and his team race around the globe to recover the plutonium before it's too late.


''Fallout'' is a direct sequel to [[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation]]. Two years the capture of Solomon Lane, the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a terrorist cell known as the Apostles. Now on the payroll of mysterious anarchist John Lark, the organization is set to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan Hunt and his team (Pegg, Rhames) are sent to Berlin to intercept the deal, but the mission goes sideways and the Apostles escape with the payload. Now under the watch of CIA operative August Walker (Creator/HenryCavill), Ethan and his team race around the globe to recover the plutonium before it's too late.

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''Fallout'' is a direct sequel to [[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation]].[[''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'']]. Two years the capture of Solomon Lane, the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a terrorist cell known as the Apostles. Now on the payroll of mysterious anarchist John Lark, the organization is set to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan Hunt and his team (Pegg, Rhames) are sent to Berlin to intercept the deal, but the mission goes sideways and the Apostles escape with the payload. Now under the watch of CIA operative August Walker (Creator/HenryCavill), Ethan and his team race around the globe to recover the plutonium before it's too late.


''Mission: Impossible Ė Fallout'' (2018) is the sixth entry in the ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries Mission: Impossible]]'' film series, directed and written by Creator/ChristopherMcQuarrie (''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', ''Film/TheUsualSuspects''), who is the first director to return to the series, and starring Creator/TomCruise as Ethan Hunt once again.

Two years after [[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation the capture of Solomon Lane]], the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a terrorist cell known as the Apostles. Now on the payroll of mysterious anarchist John Lark, the organization is set to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan Hunt and his team (Pegg, Rhames) are sent to Berlin to intercept the deal, but the mission goes sideways and the Apostles escape with the payload. Now under the watch of CIA operative August Walker (Creator/HenryCavill), Ethan and his team race around the globe to recover the plutonium before it's too late.

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''Mission: Impossible Ė Fallout'' (2018) is the sixth entry in the ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries Mission: Impossible]]'' film series, written and directed and written by Creator/ChristopherMcQuarrie (''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', ''Film/TheUsualSuspects''), who is the first director to return to the series, and starring Creator/TomCruise as Ethan Hunt once again.

''Fallout'' is a direct sequel to [[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation]]. Two years after [[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation the capture of Solomon Lane]], Lane, the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a terrorist cell known as the Apostles. Now on the payroll of mysterious anarchist John Lark, the organization is set to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan Hunt and his team (Pegg, Rhames) are sent to Berlin to intercept the deal, but the mission goes sideways and the Apostles escape with the payload. Now under the watch of CIA operative August Walker (Creator/HenryCavill), Ethan and his team race around the globe to recover the plutonium before it's too late.


* SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome: [[spoiler:Hunley, after he's stabbed by Walker.]]


** The [[WomanInWhite White Widow]], an arms dealer and Ethanís contact [[spoiler: is the daughter of Max, the information broker played by Vanessa Redgrave in the first film.]]

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** The [[WomanInWhite White Widow]], an arms dealer and Ethanís Ethan's contact [[spoiler: is the daughter of Max, the information broker played by Vanessa Redgrave in the first film.]]



* CreatorCameo: Christopher [=McQuarrie=] is the voice giving Ethanís briefing about John Lark and the Apostles at the start of the movie.

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* CreatorCameo: Christopher [=McQuarrie=] is the voice giving Ethanís Ethan's briefing about John Lark and the Apostles at the start of the movie.


** The [[WomanInWhite White Widow]], an arms dealer and Ethanís contract [[spoiler: is the daughter of Max, the information broker played by Vanessa Redgrave in the first film.]]

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** The [[WomanInWhite White Widow]], an arms dealer and Ethanís contract contact [[spoiler: is the daughter of Max, the information broker played by Vanessa Redgrave in the first film.]]



* EpicTrackingShot: Ethan and Walker perform a HALO jump, which is depicted in approximate real time as they go through a lightning storm and Ethan has to revive Walker after a particularly close strike. It starts as Ethan makes his run out of the plane and the next cut is just as he pulls his suit and gets [[ParachuteInATree snagged on a steeple]].

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* EpicTrackingShot: Ethan and Walker perform a HALO jump, which is depicted in approximate real time as they go through a lightning storm and Ethan has to revive Walker after a particularly close strike. It starts as Ethan makes his run out of the plane and the next cut is just as he pulls his suit chute and gets [[ParachuteInATree snagged on a steeple]].


** The film continues the trend of [[spoiler:killing an IMF agent]] once per movie (minus the second one). [[spoiler:This time it's the head of the organization, Secretary Alan Hunley himself. [[https://www.empireonline.com/movies/news/mission-impossible-director-christopher-mcquarrie-reveals-jeremy-renner-return-f/ An interview]] with the director revealed that in the original script, Agent William Brandt would've returned only to be killed off in the opening scene as well, but Creator/JeremyRenner didn't want to return only to get slain by SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome.]]]]

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** The film continues the trend of [[spoiler:killing an IMF agent]] once per movie (minus the second one). [[spoiler:This time it's the head of the organization, Secretary Alan Hunley himself. [[https://www.empireonline.com/movies/news/mission-impossible-director-christopher-mcquarrie-reveals-jeremy-renner-return-f/ An interview]] with the director revealed that in the original script, Agent William Brandt would've returned only to be killed off in the opening scene as well, but Creator/JeremyRenner didn't want to return only to get slain by SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome.]]]]]]


* ConvenientlyTimedAttackFromBehind: Ilsa kills the Lane decoy with a headshot JustInTime before the latter could finish off Hunt.

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* ConvenientlyTimedAttackFromBehind: Ilsa kills the Lane Lark decoy with a headshot JustInTime before the latter could finish off Hunt.


** Ethan mentions an incident of someone crashing a passenger plane in order to kill one man, which was one of the many crimes The Syndicate under Solomon Lane's leadership did and got away with in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', which is also a nod to how Sean Ambrose crashed a passenger plane to cover up his murder of Dr. Nekhorvich in ''Film/MissionImpossibleII''

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** Ethan mentions an incident of someone crashing a passenger plane in order to kill one man, which was one of the many crimes The Syndicate under Solomon Lane's leadership did and got away with in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', which is also a nod to how Sean Ambrose crashed a passenger plane to cover up his murder of Dr. Nekhorvich in ''Film/MissionImpossibleII''''Film/MissionImpossibleII''.

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** [[spoiler: Walker when he tries to free Lane, only for Lane to actually be Benji in a mask.]]


** When Ethan's helicopter spins out of control in the mountains, the on-board computer warns him "Terrain! Terrain! Pull up! Pull up!", which is the exact same warning the pilots of the doomed airliner from the opening of ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleIII M:I-II]]'' were receiving.

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** When Ethan's helicopter spins out of control in the mountains, the on-board computer warns him "Terrain! Terrain! Pull up! Pull up!", which is the exact same warning the pilots of the doomed airliner from the opening of ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleIII ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleII M:I-II]]'' were receiving.


** The "Amicable" part gets really emphasized when the two characters are able to communicate in coded statements despite what is canonically described as years of separation. They may no longer be together, but they ''clearly'' get each other.



** Also, the team's unexpected SixthRanger, [[spoiler:Julia]].



* BehindTheBlack: When Walker is about to get a shot at Hunt during the shootout in the catacombs, Hunley does a surprise attacks from his right. Walker had a clear view of this area though.

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* BehindTheBlack: When Walker is about to get a shot at Hunt during the shootout in the catacombs, Hunley does a surprise attacks from his right. Walker would have had a clear view of this area though.area.



* JumpedAtTheCall: Once Julia intuits that something is going wrong, she doesn't hesitate to show up and help in any way she can. Downplayed in that she doesn't end up in a combat role, though if her first appearance was any indication she could have acquitted herself well there if she needed to.

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* JumpedAtTheCall: Once Julia [[spoiler:Julia]] intuits that something is going wrong, she the character doesn't hesitate to show up and help in any way she can. possible. Downplayed in that she doesn't end up in a combat role, though if her first appearance was any indication she could have acquitted herself well there if she needed to.the character is kept out of combat.

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* ApologizesALot: Ethan, throughout the film, is constantly put into situations where he screws things up for other people. It's used to show just how much he's playing from behind.


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* HasAType: During a quiet moment, Luther mentions to Ilsa that Ethan had only really cared for two women, the first being Julia. He implies that Ilsa is the second. So does the camera, when we get both women in the same scene and notice their similar facial structure, hairstyles and (eventually) personalities.


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* JumpedAtTheCall: Once Julia intuits that something is going wrong, she doesn't hesitate to show up and help in any way she can. Downplayed in that she doesn't end up in a combat role, though if her first appearance was any indication she could have acquitted herself well there if she needed to.


* TheBusCameBack: Michelle Monaghan's character, [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Julia Meade]], reappears after her absence from ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation Rogue Nation]]''. She only had a cameo role in ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol Ghost Protocol]]''.

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* TheBusCameBack: Michelle Monaghan's character, [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Julia Meade]], reappears after her absence from ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation Rogue Nation]]''. She only had a cameo role has lines in ''[[Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol Ghost Protocol]]''.a second film, becoming the first female character to do so in the history of the franchise. Twenty minutes later, Rebecca Ferguson's [[Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation Ilsa Faust]] joins her.

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