he fifth installment in the MI series, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, brings back the “new” cast of characters: Benji (Pegg), William Brandt( Jeremy Renner) along with Isla Faust (Rebecca Ferguson) plus Hunt (Cruise) and Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames) who is the only character other than Hunt to appear in every MI film, at least for a cameo. When IMF is shut down by the government because of its suspected bombing of the Kremlin, Hunt and his team must go rogue (get it) to clear their names and battle a mysterious organization known only as The Syndicate. Again, mostly on their own, the team has to face worse odds than ever before. Traditions that become part of action movie series are special...in Die Hard it was seeing how much punishment John McClane could take, in Indiana Jones it was about what gross creatures Indy would have to face on his adventure—in Mission: Impossible, it's what crazy stunt can they get Tom Cruise to do that will leave the audience with sweaty palms if not a racing heart. In Ghost Protocol it was the nerve-wracking free-climb on the sheer glass exterior of the tallest building in the world.