Mission: Impossible – Fallout – Helicopter Chase Scene (4K)

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The Full Scene of Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) chasing August Walker (Henry Cavill) in the helicopter scene from the action-spy-thriller film called “MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT” Directed by Christopher McQuarrie

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47 thoughts on “Mission: Impossible – Fallout – Helicopter Chase Scene (4K)”

  1. これだけトムクルーズがスタント無しで体張ってんのにヘリ墜落シーンのCGがショボ過ぎる。CG特有のテカり, 質感の無さはどうにかならなかったのか。それまで出色の出来だっただけにホント残念な作品。

  2. I love the moment at 3:42.

    There's a whole variety of emotions which John Lark goes through. First its fear as he nearly falls off the helicopter. Then its disgust towards the helicopter pilot at how he is flying which nearly threw him off the helicopter. Then its back to focussing on trying to kill Ethan hunt. And then you see a slight smile in his face as he's enjoying shooting at Ethan. Brilliant little few seconds there.

  3. Henry Cavill's American accent slips so much in this film, which confuses me because it was fine when he played Superman, but here it just sounds like an English guy trying to imitate an American; he gets a few bits right every now and then, but it doesn't distinguish it completely.

  4. Legitimately one of the most intense action sequences I've ever watched, period. Both because of the hopeless desperation, and also because you REALLY want Ethan to find a way to beat that prick!

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