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In this fourth film in the franchise, agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) discovers he is on a wanted list after the Kremlin is bombed and the IMF is blamed for the attack. Now the only way to save himself and the covert organization is to team up with his other blacklisted operatives and find out who is really behind the terrorist attack.
Why Is Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Rated PG-13?
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action and violence.
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Violence: Frequent violent altercations with fists, body blows, guns, bombs and other weapons occur throughout this film. Some blood effects are seen. Characters are shot on screen, including one in the head (with limited blood effects). A mother and child are held hostage after a home invasion. Characters are trapped under water in a car while others are shooting at them. Perilous moments include risk of falling from heights, detection by hostile government agents, car crashes, sand storms, and nuclear war.
Sexual Content: A woman changes her clothes in a car—we see her in her bra. A woman uses sexuality to gain information from a man. Woman wears low cut dress.
Language: Infrequent mild profanities and a single scatological term.
Drugs/Alcohol: Social drinking in some scenes. Main characters drink hard liquor after a failed mission. A secondary character is briefly seen smoking tobacco. Sleeping drugs are used to sedate characters.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Home Video Notes: Mission Impossible—Ghost Protocol
Release Date: 17 April 2012
Mission Impossible—Ghost Protocol releases to home video with the following extras:
- The feature film in Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy
- Mission Accepted
- Impossible Missions
- Deleted Scenes with optional commentary by director Brad Bird
- Alternate Opening