Critique de Mission impossible – Calcul de la position morte Partie Un : quand la conscience de soi déraille


In the midst of a global pandemic, the release of *Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One* couldn’t be more timely. As society becomes increasingly aware of the advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), this film taps into the collective consciousness, pondering the impact and implications of this technology. Starring Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, the seasoned super spy facing the challenges of aging, the seventh installment of the action-packed franchise delivers an engaging and charismatic performance.

While Cruise shines in his role as the adrenaline-fueled action hero, *Dead Reckoning Part One* struggles with an overreliance on self-referential jokes and tired clichés. Director Christopher McQuarrie showcases his talent for crafting visually stunning and seemingly impossible action sequences, yet the film occasionally falls victim to its own tropes and fails to break new ground.

Set after the events of *Mission: Impossible – Fallout*, *Dead Reckoning Part One* follows Ethan Hunt and his team of agents as they attempt to save the world from a sentient artificial intelligence known as “The Entity.” The film explores a covert international arms race as various world powers, including the United States, compete to control or destroy this powerful AI. However, the true nature and intended purpose of “The Entity” remain shrouded in mystery.

The *Mission: Impossible* franchise has always prioritized suspense, intrigue, and action over coherent storytelling. *Dead Reckoning* attempts to clarify the complex narrative, explaining the uniqueness of the antagonist that Hunt and his team face. However, the film often veers into parody territory, as it struggles to strike a balance between exposition and action.

Despite these shortcomings, the film introduces compelling new characters, such as Grace (Hayley Atwell) and Pom Klementieff, whose performances complement Cruise’s energy. As Paramount looks towards the future of the franchise, *Dead Reckoning* subtly hints at a changing of the guard and successfully avoids an overly sentimental farewell to Cruise’s Ethan Hunt.

The true highlights of the film are its exhilarating action sequences. Unfortunately, the movie’s marketing campaign has already revealed many of these breathtaking moments, robbing audiences of the element of surprise. Furthermore, the proximity of *Dead Reckoning’s* release to another action film featuring a similar car chase through an Italian city (*Fast X*) creates an unfortunate sense of déjà vu.

While *Dead Reckoning* sets the stage for the future of the franchise, it relies heavily on nostalgia and meta humor to captivate its core audience. This storytelling approach may make it challenging for newcomers to fully appreciate the film, especially considering that *Dead Reckoning Part Two* is intended to conclude the story next year.

*Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One* features an impressive ensemble cast, including Esai Morales, Vanessa Kirby, Henry Czerny, Frederick Schmidt, Greg Tarzan Davis, and Shea Whigham. The film will hit theaters on July 12th.

*Image: Paramount Pictures and Skydance*

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