Mission Impossible 3

Mission Impossible 3
Mission Impossible 3

Year

2006

Duration

126 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

Top espionage agent Ethan Hunt is all ready to settle down to a quiet life as he prepares to wed his fiancée Julia. But, luckily for fans of the action-thriller franchise, things don't pan out quite as he'd hoped. Hunt gets word that his former protégé Lindsey Farris has been kidnapped by evil arms dealer Owen Davian. All seems well after an exciting rescue by Hunt and his team in Berlin, but after some messy business involving a bomb planted in someone's head detonating unexpectedly, things begin to get more complicated for the Impossible Missions Force crew, especially after Davian sets Julia in his sights.

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Contains some mild bad language and violence.

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