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* At one point, when Ethan's and Walker's helicopters come crashing down a cliff, a burst fuel pipe ends up shooting helicopter fuel at the right side of Walker's face. RealityEnsues as it literally '''burns''' his face, with Henry Cavil's screams of agony being absolutely convincing. It's even worse when the two escape from their crashed helicopters, and the latter has a FaceRevealingTurn to show how much [[FacialHorror facial damage]] the fuel has inflicted.

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* At one point, when Ethan's and Walker's helicopters come crashing down a cliff, a burst fuel pipe ends up shooting helicopter fuel at the right side of Walker's face. RealityEnsues as it literally '''burns''' his face, with Henry Cavil's screams of agony being absolutely convincing. It's even worse when the two escape from their crashed helicopters, and the latter has a FaceRevealingTurn to show how much [[FacialHorror facial damage]] the fuel has inflicted. This is the main picture.


* When the team arrives in the camp to find the bombs, Julia is discovered to be there as well - unknowingly summoned by Walker with her new husband Eric as leverage against Ethan. When she sees and catches up with him, Ethan can't help but know that she will be killed when the bombs detonate. When he corrects her assumption of being on vacation with "I'm working", Julia then realizes - by looking at Luther, Benji and Ilsa (Who realizes who Julia is - keep in mind Luther's revealing speech to Ilsa before this mission), that she is in danger and goes into a [[HeroicBSOD]]. After breaking out of it and going off with Eric, the team tracks a bomb that was located. Luthor is left to try to disarm a bomb alone, but realizes he can't without help. Cue Julia leaving Eric alone to help him, which further scares him, Benji and Ilsa. She did get Luther to a point where he can finish the disarming alone.

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* When the team arrives in the camp to find the bombs, Julia is discovered to be there as well - unknowingly summoned by Walker with her new husband Eric as leverage against Ethan. When she sees and catches up with him, Ethan can't help but know that she will be killed when the bombs detonate. When he corrects her assumption of being on vacation with "I'm working", Julia then realizes - by looking at Luther, Benji and Ilsa (Who realizes who Julia is - keep in mind Luther's revealing speech to Ilsa before this mission), that she is in danger and goes into a [[HeroicBSOD]].HeroicBSOD. After breaking out of it and going off with Eric, the team tracks a bomb that was located. Luthor is left to try to disarm a bomb alone, but realizes he can't without help. Cue Julia leaving Eric alone to help him, which further scares him, Benji and Ilsa. She did get Luther to a point where he can finish the disarming alone.

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* When the team arrives in the camp to find the bombs, Julia is discovered to be there as well - unknowingly summoned by Walker with her new husband Eric as leverage against Ethan. When she sees and catches up with him, Ethan can't help but know that she will be killed when the bombs detonate. When he corrects her assumption of being on vacation with "I'm working", Julia then realizes - by looking at Luther, Benji and Ilsa (Who realizes who Julia is - keep in mind Luther's revealing speech to Ilsa before this mission), that she is in danger and goes into a [[HeroicBSOD]]. After breaking out of it and going off with Eric, the team tracks a bomb that was located. Luthor is left to try to disarm a bomb alone, but realizes he can't without help. Cue Julia leaving Eric alone to help him, which further scares him, Benji and Ilsa. She did get Luther to a point where he can finish the disarming alone.


* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the millions. '''[[MoralSociopathy That way I never have to.'''"''

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* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the millions. '''[[MoralSociopathy That way I never have to.'''"'']]'''"''


* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the millions. '''That way I never have to.'''"''

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* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the millions. '''That '''[[MoralSociopathy That way I never have to.'''"''


* This movie somehow makes the Syndicate ''even more'' dangerous than they were in ''Rogue Nation''. Now calling themselves the Apostles, the surviving members still continue to launch terror attacks all over the world even without Solomon Lane guiding them for much of the movie. The worst of it is the way they strike without warning at all, even the IMF couldn't see them coming. In the opening IMF mission in Berlin, they shut down the power to Luther's van and captures him, gun down the arms dealer and his goons ruthlessly, and threatens to kill Luther if Ethan doesn't hand over the plutonium. They later infiltrated a SWAT team sent by Erica Sloane to apprehend Walker and the IMF Team in London and start firing on everyone once Walker gives the signal, using the darkness of the basement and their disguises to confuse their opponents. And in both occasions, [[FacelessGoons we never saw their faces at all]], either hidden in the shadows or behind masks, adding to the creepy factor. Not only that, they show up in civilian clothes as well, the first time in the gala in Paris where they attempt to kill Ethan posing as John Lark and the White Widow, and the second time pursuing Ethan as he chases after Walker in London. Ethan can't even tell if they're actually Apostles or CIA operatives as he's running from them. For all we know, [[TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse anyone could be a Syndicate/Apostle operative]], [[WeAreEverywhere they can be anywhere and everywhere]], [[ParanoiaFuel and you won't know it until it's too late.]]

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* This movie somehow makes the Syndicate ''even more'' dangerous than they were in ''Rogue Nation''. Now calling themselves the Apostles, the surviving members still continue to launch terror attacks all over the world even without Solomon Lane guiding them for much of the movie. The worst of it is the way they strike without warning at all, even the IMF couldn't see them coming. In the opening IMF mission in Berlin, they shut down the power to Luther's van and captures him, gun down the arms dealer and his goons ruthlessly, and threatens to kill Luther if Ethan doesn't hand over the plutonium. They later infiltrated a SWAT SAD team sent by Erica Sloane to apprehend Walker and the IMF Team in London and start firing on everyone once Walker gives the signal, using the darkness of the basement and their disguises to confuse their opponents. And in both occasions, [[FacelessGoons we never saw their faces at all]], either hidden in the shadows or behind masks, adding to the creepy factor. Not only that, they show up in civilian clothes as well, the first time in the gala in Paris where they attempt to kill Ethan posing as John Lark and the White Widow, and the second time pursuing Ethan as he chases after Walker in London. Ethan can't even tell if they're actually Apostles or CIA operatives as he's running from them. For all we know, [[TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse anyone could be a Syndicate/Apostle operative]], [[WeAreEverywhere they can be anywhere and everywhere]], [[ParanoiaFuel and you won't know it until it's too late.]]


* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the millions. '''That way I will never have to.'''"''

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* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the millions. '''That way I will never have to.'''"''


-->'''The Priest:''' Do you, Ethan Hunt, take Julia as your lawful wedded wife, to have and to hold, to protect?\\

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-->'''The Priest:''' Do you, Ethan Hunt, Ethan, take Julia as to be your lawful wedded wife, to have and to hold, to protect?\\wife?\\



'''The Priest:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech To shield from terrorists known and unknown, to lie, to deceive,]] [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII to live a double life, to fail to prevent her abduction,]] [[Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol erase her identity, force her into hiding, take away all she had known...]]\\

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'''The Priest:''' To have, to hold, to love, cherish, honor and protect?\\
'''Hunt:''' I do.\\
'''The Priest:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech To shield from terrorists terrors known and unknown, to unknown? To lie, to deceive,]] deceive.]] [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII to To live a double life, to life. To fail to prevent her abduction,]] abduction.]] [[Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol erase Erase her identity, force identity. Force her into hiding, take hiding. Take away all she had known...has known.]]\\



'''The Priest:''' [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption ...in a selfish, futile, fleeting attempt...]]\\

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'''The Priest:''' [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption ...in [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption In a selfish, futile, fleeting attempt...]]\\



'''Hunt:''' ''[turns to Julia, getting distressed]'' No.\\

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'''Hunt:''' ''[turns to Julia, getting distressed]'' No.Don't.\\



* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The IMF cares about the one life as much as the one million, '''so I won't have to.'''"''

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* The ending of film kindly reminds us that Sloane is ''still'' an evil bitch who will throw innocent people under the bus to stop World War 3 with this chilling quote: ''"The IMF cares world needs the IMF. We need people like you. Who care about the one life as much as they care about the one million, '''so millions. '''That way I won't will never have to.'''"''



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->''"There cannot be peace without first a great suffering. The greater the suffering, the greater the peace."''
-->-- '''John Lark'''



* How Hunt defeats Walker. The two are desperately trying to climb up a cliff to retrieve the detonator. But since Walker is quickly catching up, Ethan decides to pull on a rope which was hooked to a helicopter. The hook at the cliff's top comes loose, and it literally ends up '''impaling Walker's skull and dragging him down along with the helicopter, causing his body to hit the cliff before rolling down to the exploding helicopter'''. This may count as one of, if not the most brutal death in the [[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries franchise]], making the [[Film/MissionImpossibleII test subject's death by Chimera virus]] and [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Lindsey's "brain bomb" explosion]] look tame in comparison.

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* How Hunt defeats Walker. The two are desperately trying to climb up a cliff to retrieve the detonator. But since Walker is quickly catching up, Ethan decides to pull on a rope which was hooked to a helicopter. The hook at the cliff's top comes loose, and it literally ends up '''impaling Walker's skull and dragging him down along with the helicopter, causing his body to bloodily hit the cliff before rolling down to the exploding helicopter'''.burning helicopter debris'''. This may count as one of, if not the most brutal death in the [[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries franchise]], making the [[Film/MissionImpossibleII test subject's death by Chimera virus]] and [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Lindsey's "brain bomb" explosion]] look tame in comparison.





* At one point, when Ethan's and Walker's helicopters come crashing down a cliff, a burst fuel pipe ends up shooting helicopter fuel at the right side of Walker's face. And RealityEnsues as it literally '''burns''' his face, with Henry Cavil's screams of agony being so convincing. It's even worse when the two escape from their crashed helicopters, and the latter has a FaceRevealingTurn to show how much damage the fuel has inflicted.
* How Hunt defeats Walker. The two are desperately trying to climb up a cliff to retrieve the detonator. But since Walker is quickly catching up, Ethan decides to pull on a rope which was hooked to a helicopter. The hook at the cliff's top comes loose, and it literally ends up '''impaling Walker's skull and dragging him down, along with the helicopter, where it explodes, and Walker's body hits the cliff before rolling down to the flames'''. This may count as one of, if not the most brutal death in the [[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries franchise]], making the [[Film/MissionImpossibleII test subject's death by Chimera virus]] and [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Lindsey's "brain bomb" explosion]] look tame in comparison.

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* At one point, when Ethan's and Walker's helicopters come crashing down a cliff, a burst fuel pipe ends up shooting helicopter fuel at the right side of Walker's face. And RealityEnsues as it literally '''burns''' his face, with Henry Cavil's screams of agony being so absolutely convincing. It's even worse when the two escape from their crashed helicopters, and the latter has a FaceRevealingTurn to show how much damage [[FacialHorror facial damage]] the fuel has inflicted.
* How Hunt defeats Walker. The two are desperately trying to climb up a cliff to retrieve the detonator. But since Walker is quickly catching up, Ethan decides to pull on a rope which was hooked to a helicopter. The hook at the cliff's top comes loose, and it literally ends up '''impaling Walker's skull and dragging him down, down along with the helicopter, where it explodes, and Walker's causing his body hits to hit the cliff before rolling down to the flames'''.exploding helicopter'''. This may count as one of, if not the most brutal death in the [[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries franchise]], making the [[Film/MissionImpossibleII test subject's death by Chimera virus]] and [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Lindsey's "brain bomb" explosion]] look tame in comparison.


[[caption-width-right:350:''"The end you've always feared is coming. It's coming. And the blood will be on your hands."'']]


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[[caption-width-right:350:''"The end you've always feared is coming. It's coming. And the blood will be on your hands. The fallout of all your good intentions."'']]



--> '''The Priest:''' "Do you, Ethan Hunt, take Julia as your lawful wedded wife, to have and to hold, to protect?
--> '''Hunt:''' "I do."
--> '''The Priest:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech "To shield from terrorists known and unknown, to lie, to deceive, to live a double life, to fail to prevent her abduction, erase her identity, force her into hiding, take away all she had known.."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' ''[alarmed]'' "Stop."
--> '''The Priest:''' [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption "...in a selfish, futile, fleeting attempt..."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' ''[turns to the priest]'' "Stop."
--> '''The Priest:''' [[YouAreWhatYouHate "...to escape your own true self."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' "Please, stop!"
--> '''The Priest:''' "And Julia, do you choose to accept?"
--> '''Hunt:''' ''[turns to Julia, getting distressed]'' "No."
--> '''Julia:''' ''[nonchantly, with a bright smile on her face]'' [[DissonantSerenity "I do."]]
--> ''[A nuclear bomb detonates in the distance]''
--> '''Hunt:''' "No!" ''[turns back to the priest, who is revealed to be his worst enemy]''
--> '''Solomon Lane:''' ''[coldly]'' "You should have killed me, Ethan."
--> ''[Ethan tries to no avail to shield Julia from the blast, only for them both to be incinerated in seconds]''

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--> '''The -->'''The Priest:''' "Do Do you, Ethan Hunt, take Julia as your lawful wedded wife, to have and to hold, to protect?
-->
protect?\\
'''Hunt:''' "I I do."
-->
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'''The Priest:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech "To To shield from terrorists known and unknown, to lie, to deceive, deceive,]] [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII to live a double life, to fail to prevent her abduction, abduction,]] [[Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol erase her identity, force her into hiding, take away all she had known.."]]
-->
known...]]\\
'''Hunt:''' ''[alarmed]'' "Stop."
-->
Stop.\\
'''The Priest:''' [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption "...[[FailureIsTheOnlyOption ...in a selfish, futile, fleeting attempt..."]]
-->
]]\\
'''Hunt:''' ''[turns to the priest]'' "Stop."
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priest] Stop.''\\
'''The Priest:''' [[YouAreWhatYouHate "...[[YouAreWhatYouHate ...to escape your own true self."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' "Please, stop!"
-->
]]\\
'''Hunt: Please, stop!'''\\
'''The Priest:''' "And And Julia, do you choose to accept?"
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accept?\\
'''Hunt:''' ''[turns to Julia, getting distressed]'' "No."
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No.\\
'''Julia:''' ''[nonchantly, with a bright smile on her face]'' [[DissonantSerenity "I I do."]]
-->
]]\\
''[A nuclear bomb detonates in the distance]''
-->
distance]''\\
'''Hunt:''' "No!" No! ''[turns back to the priest, who is revealed to be his worst enemy]''
-->
enemy]''\\
'''Solomon Lane:''' ''[coldly]'' "You You should have killed me, Ethan."
-->
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''[Ethan tries to no avail to shield Julia from the blast, only for them both to be incinerated in seconds]''


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* At one point, when Ethan's and Walker's helicopters come crashing down a cliff, a burst fuel pipe ends up shooting helicopter fuel at the right side of Walker's face. And RealityEnsues as it literally '''burns''' his face, with Henry Cavil's screams of agony being so convincing. It's even worse when the two escape from their crashed helicopters, and the latter has a FaceRevealingTurn to show how much damage the fuel has inflicted.
* How Hunt defeats Walker. The two are desperately trying to climb up a cliff to retrieve the detonator. But since Walker is quickly catching up, Ethan decides to pull on a rope which was hooked to a helicopter. The hook at the cliff's top comes loose, and it literally ends up '''impaling Walker's skull and dragging him down, along with the helicopter, where it explodes, and Walker's body hits the cliff before rolling down to the flames'''. This may count as one of, if not the most brutal death in the [[Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries franchise]], making the [[Film/MissionImpossibleII test subject's death by Chimera virus]] and [[Film/MissionImpossibleIII Lindsey's "brain bomb" explosion]] look tame in comparison.

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--> '''The Priest:''' "Do you, Ethan Hunt, take Julia as your lawful wedded wife, to have and to hold, to protect?
--> '''Hunt:''' "I do."
--> '''The Priest:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech "To shield from terrorists known and unknown, to lie, to deceive, to live a double life, to fail to prevent her abduction, erase her identity, force her into hiding, take away all she had known.."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' ''[alarmed]'' "Stop."
--> '''The Priest:''' [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption "...in a selfish, futile, fleeting attempt..."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' ''[turns to the priest]'' "Stop."
--> '''The Priest:''' [[YouAreWhatYouHate "...to escape your own true self."]]
--> '''Hunt:''' "Please, stop!"
--> '''The Priest:''' "And Julia, do you choose to accept?"
--> '''Hunt:''' ''[turns to Julia, getting distressed]'' "No."
--> '''Julia:''' ''[nonchantly, with a bright smile on her face]'' [[DissonantSerenity "I do."]]
--> ''[A nuclear bomb detonates in the distance]''
--> '''Hunt:''' "No!" ''[turns back to the priest, who is revealed to be his worst enemy]''
--> '''Solomon Lane:''' ''[coldly]'' "You should have killed me, Ethan."
--> ''[Ethan tries to no avail to shield Julia from the blast, only for them both to be incinerated in seconds]''


''Mission Impossible: Fallout'' is one of the darkest entries in the franchise, not only because of its duller color palette, but also due to the amount of unexpected horrors on display.

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''Mission Impossible: Fallout'' is one of the darkest entries in the franchise, not only because of its duller color palette, but also due to the amount of unexpected horrors on display.\\

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