PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
The IMF is shut down when it's implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, causing Ethan Hunt and his new team to go rogue to clear their organization's name.
The Burj Khalifa Hotel mentioned in the movie is the Armani Hotel Dubai, the first hotel designed and developed by Giorgio Armani.
Hey, how did you open your cell door?
(at around 1h 49 mins) The Nuclear Launch Device used by Hendricks has an incomplete Russian keyboard (missing four letters which are normally placed on right hand side on QWERTY keyboard buttons with left square bracket, right square bracket, typewriter apostrophe, and slash), and the User Interface is very poorly translated: the title (the inscription above the code) should say Kod podtverzhdenia, not Udostoveritelnyj kod (the word Udostoveritelnyj does not exist in Russian at all, although has some recognizable Russia parts), there is an untranslated word ("dismantled"), and the syntax is awful. (A little earlier in the movie the UI in Engish is shown, yet it of Benji's device, not Hendricks' one.)
Much like the first 'Mission: Impossible' movie, the opening credits to this film contain major plot points to the film.
American broadcast TV replaces Ethan's response to Brandt's "Your line's too short," ("No s***!") with an alternate take ("Yeah, I know!")
English, Russian, French, Arabic, Swedish
PHP 59,420,090 (Philippines) (18 December 2011)
$209,397,903 (USA) (12 April 2012)