If Tom Cruise’s most recent portrayal of Ethan Hunt in “Mission Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One” has motivated you to revisit the entire series, you’re in for a treat. Paramount+ offers streaming access to all six preceding “Mission Impossible” films.
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“Mission Impossible,” the second-lengthiest film franchise born from a live-action TV series (following “Star Trek”), stands out as one of the rare franchises where each successive entry is widely acknowledged to have improved and become more ambitious.
Indeed, it’s accurate — as film critic Joe Leydon expressed in his assessment of all the “Mission: Impossible” movies for Variety, these films have formed a unique (if not unparalleled) franchise where each successive episode appears more expansive, daring, and superior to its immediate forerunner.
While “Dead Reckoning” isn’t available for streaming yet, there are numerous ways to watch “Mission Impossible” 1-6 online. Paramount+ is the optimal choice, featuring the entire collection and currently offering a 1-week free trial. Following the trial, the ad-supported Essential Plan renews at $5.99/month.
Alternatively, you can stream the franchise on Amazon Prime Video, which provides all six movies for rent or purchase. Rental prices start at $3.19 with an Amazon Prime subscription (you can sign up for a 30-day free trial here).
For those inclined towards analog binge-watching or desiring a physical collection, consider purchasing the “Mission Impossible” Blu-ray box set on Amazon. The current 25% discount brings the box set down to $45.