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* A small moment, but in the scene where Walker escapes from Ethan, Walker's helicopter has the registration letters "G-DEUP" on it. It's short for "giddy up".


--->'''Julia:''' So...how's Ethan?\\

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--->'''Julia:''' So... how's Ethan?\\


* Ethan and Walker manage to knock "John Lark" unconscious and get themselves into a toilet stall as they wait for the mask to complete. Then a group of French drunkards enter the bathroom, and one of them sees their feet under the stall and mistakes them for... having a gay orgy. They then proceed to bang on the toilet stall door and tease them, much to Ethan and Walker’s collective chagrins.

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* Ethan and Walker manage to knock "John Lark" unconscious and get themselves into a toilet stall at the Grand Palais in Paris as they wait for the mask to complete. Then a group of French drunkards enter the bathroom, and one of them sees their feet under the stall and mistakes them for... having a gay orgy. They then proceed to bang on the toilet stall door and tease them, much to Ethan and Walker’s collective chagrins.

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* It's a small moment, but the expressions on Walker's face when he finds out that Hunt is piloting the other helicopter are amusing. Hunt is all defiant and determined. Walker is incredulous and annoyed, then blinks in resignation as if to say, "Really? I guess we're doing ''this'' now. Fine, okay..." Then he busts out the machine gun.


'''Ethan:''' Look, Walker, whatever you've heard, if it makes your skin crawl, it's probably true.

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'''Ethan:''' Look, Walker, whatever you've heard, if it makes your skin crawl, it's probably true.\\
'''Walker:''' [[PrecisionFStrike Holy shit]]. You're the guy that caught him, aren't you? How long do you think he's gonna keep that to himself?


** In retrospect, this scene is basically [[spoiler: Walker getting an ego boost from Ethan]].

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** In retrospect, this scene is basically [[spoiler: Walker [[ButHeSoundsHandsome getting an ego boost boost]] from Ethan]].

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** In retrospect, this scene is basically [[spoiler: Walker getting an ego boost from Ethan]].

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** While Ethan hijacks the helicopter, we cut to Lane watching from the cabin. The look on Lane's face says, "Why am I not surprised?"

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* Sean Harris hates sequels, and only signed up for ''Rogue Nation'' on the condition that his character would die at some point in the movie. Not only did he survive ''Rogue Nation'', but now he's survived ''Fallout'' too.


'''Ethan:''': Look, Walker, whatever you've heard, if it makes your skin crawl, it's probably true.

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'''Ethan:''': '''Ethan:''' Look, Walker, whatever you've heard, if it makes your skin crawl, it's probably true.


* Walker sheepishly putting his hands up when he peeks around a corner after the bathroom brawl only to find Ilsa's gun pointed at his head. It's such a marked contrast with his usual "tough guy" persona that it's hard not to laugh.



* Ethan derailing the breakout plan by T-boning Lane's van into the river and abruptly reversing onto a crowded street, all the while hitting the gas and brakes as violently as possible to jostle the mooks in the back of his truck, and then unceremoniously dumping said mooks onto the pavement to be arrested.



** Before this, Ethan ends up running into St. Paul's Cathedral, where the attendants are staging a ''[[TheFunInFuneral funeral]]''. [[CrossesTheLineTwice All Ethan can do is silently run through the crowd, all while they incredulously stare at him.]] Even funnier is when he actually stops and apologizes to the crowd [[TalkingIsAFreeAction (and the Apostles actually wait for him to finish!)]] before continue running.

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** Before this, Ethan ends up running into St. Paul's Cathedral, where the attendants are staging a ''[[TheFunInFuneral funeral]]''. [[CrossesTheLineTwice All Ethan can do is silently run through the crowd, all while they incredulously stare at him.]] Even funnier is when he actually stops and apologizes to the crowd [[TalkingIsAFreeAction (and the Apostles actually wait for him to finish!)]] before continue running.he continues running with a dozen mooks in hot pursuit.

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* This exchange between Ethan and Walker when they're about to [[spoiler: break out Solomon Lane from his custody]]. What's even funnier is that Ethan seems to get annoyed the more questions Walker keeps asking him about Lane.
-->'''Walker:''' Is it true Lane gassed a village of 2000 people?\\
'''Ethan:''' Yes.\\
'''Walker:''' Is it true he brought down an entire passenger plane just to kill one man?\\
'''Ethan:''' Yes.\\
'''Walker:''' Is it true that he...\\
'''Ethan:''': Look, Walker, whatever you've heard, if it makes your skin crawl, it's probably true.


** It's especially funny if you're French and watch this, because the drunkards sing Music/EdithPiaf's "La Vie en Rose" while leaving the bathroom, which is a well worn out GayParee cliché and sign of SmallReferencePools in Hollywoodian movies by this point.

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** It's especially funny if you're French and watch this, because the drunkards sing Music/EdithPiaf's "La Vie en Rose" while leaving the bathroom, which is a well worn out GayParee cliché and a hilarious sign of SmallReferencePools in Hollywoodian movies by this point.


** It's especially funny if you're French when watching this, because the drunkards sing Music/EdithPiaf's "La Vie en Rose" while leaving the bathroom, which is a well worn out GayParee cliché and sign of SmallReferencePools in Hollywoodian movies by this point.

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** It's especially funny if you're French when watching and watch this, because the drunkards sing Music/EdithPiaf's "La Vie en Rose" while leaving the bathroom, which is a well worn out GayParee cliché and sign of SmallReferencePools in Hollywoodian movies by this point.


** It's especially funny if you're French when watching this, because the drunkard sing Music/EdithPiaf's "La Vie en Rose" while leaving the bathroom, which is a well worn out GayParee cliché and sign of SmallReferencePools in Hollywoodian movies by this point.

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** It's especially funny if you're French when watching this, because the drunkard drunkards sing Music/EdithPiaf's "La Vie en Rose" while leaving the bathroom, which is a well worn out GayParee cliché and sign of SmallReferencePools in Hollywoodian movies by this point.

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