The third entry in Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible film series involves super Impossible Mission Forces (IMF) agent Ethan Hunt (Cruise) being forced back into the field just when he was planning on marrying his girlfriend, Julia (Michelle Monaghan). The agency asks Hunt to save an operative (Keri Russell) he trained after weapons dealer Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman) kidnaps her. With the help of his field team -- played by Ving Rhames, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, and Maggie Q -- Hunt achieves his goal, but becomes involved in a web of double-crosses that leave him wondering if he can trust his superiors (Billy Crudup and Laurence Fishburne). Eventually Davian threatens Julia's life in order to get away with his evil plan. Simon Pegg appears as an IMF tech expert. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Enjoyable very action packed movie. Better than Mission Impossible 1. Phillip Seymour Hoffman did what he does best, as an evil villian. Makes you wonder why Hunt keeps going back to an organization, that spends much of it's time making him the bad guy.
These stars go to Philip Seymour Hoffman because he stole the show in every scene he was in and made one of the most cut throat villains I have ever seen in a spy movie. I wanted to give more stars but in the end the studio had to hold his character back from being too vicious & realistic to keep the PG13 rating, which made the movie a bit too predictable.