Rebecca Ferguson, left, and Tom Cruise in a scene from "Mission: Impossible - Fallout."
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It should go without saying that Cruise will hang off a sheer cliff for you. Also, he will dangle off a rope from a helicopter, then bungee jump off it for you.Finally, Mr. Cruise will shatter his ankle jumping from one building to another for you – and then sprint like hell on that broken ankle – because, what's an MI film without a Cruise sprint?For most movies, this would be a much bigger problem, but because "Fallout" moves so quickly from one stunt to another, it doesn't matter.Thus is launched an overarching dilemma of this installment: Should Hunt save one life that is dear to him over millions of others?Paris has always been beautiful, but there's a certain frisson you get when arriving with Cruise by way of a plummet from a plane onto the roof of the Grand Palais.Cruise's 25,000-foot jump from a plane was filmed in Abu Dhabi.Much ink has been spent analyzing this enduring phenomenon called Tom Cruise, and what motivates him, onscreen and off.
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