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Tom Cruise has remained much in demand, but with less reliable results the last few years. So CNN reports that it makes sense that the star would keep circling back to his most bankable franchise, embarking on his sixth outing as Ethan Hunt in "Mission: Impossible - Fallout." This new chapters does not disappoint with a movie chock full of jaw-dropping stunts. This will be an adrenaline rush for all movie goers.

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