5 Favorite MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE Movie Scenes

Mission: Impossible has been a fun movie franchise to watch over the years and next month Paramount Pictures will be releasing it's fourth film in the franchise called Ghost Protcol, which was directed by animation director Brad Bird. I'm really looking forward to seeing what Bird has created for us with this movie, I love what I've seen so far. I just thought I would go through the three Mission: Impossible films that have been made and pick out 5 of my favorite scenes from them.

In my opinion the first Sydney Pollack directed Mission: Impossible film was the best, that movie still impresses me when I watch it. My second favorite movie was J.J. Abrams' Mission: Impossible III, he brought something fresh and new to the characters, something we hadn't seen before with who these characters are. I really liked the story as well. My least favorite of the three was John Woo's Mission: Impossible II, even though it's not my favorite of the three, it did have some ridiculously entertaining moments. 

Here are five of my favorite moments from all three movies. After you're done going through them, please let me know what some of your favorite Mission: Impossible movie scenes are!

Mission: Impossible 3 - Bridge Scene Battle - When it comes to a break out scene, I had never really seen anything like this. It was done so well to.

Mission: Impossible 2 - End Fight Scene - This was just so ridiculous on so many levels.

Mission: Impossible - Train Scene - This scene was so freakin' cool, especially for the time when this movie was made. It was just an epically action packed scene. I have yet to see another movie train scene do better.

Mission: Impossible - Vault Scene - What list would be complete without this classic vault scene. I think this could be one of the most awesomely intense scenes in a film... ever!

Mission: Impossible 2 - Surprisingly here's another scene from part 2 that I added to my list. This had such a great twist that I don't think a lot of people were expecting. I know when I saw the movie it shocked the hell out of me.

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