I’ve been a parent for 12 years now. And while that means I have over a decade of experience kissing booboos and checking for monsters under my kids’ beds; it also means I can think quickly on my feet.
My eight year old telling me the night before a project is due that he needs to start it? Pull out the glue gun! My daughter forgetting to mention she volunteered me to make three loaves of banana bread for the bake sale the next day? Time to mush some bananas! My four year old not wanting to take a bath before dinner? Superhero soap to the rescue! When it comes to my children, nothing is impossible so when I was given the opportunity to write a sponsored post for Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation I signed on faster than Tom Cruise slid down the roof of the Vienna Opera House.
Don’t know what I’m talking about? Check out the Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation trailer here. Be confused no more!
I’ve been looking forward to seeing Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation for several months because I know to expect amazing stunts and edge of your seat action sequences and I was not disappointed.
Like around the world action and fantastic quips by funny characters? Then you will love Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation too. I didn’t know what to expect besides a small synopsis of the film – IMF has been disbanded and Ethan Hunt is now persona non grata. So of course he wants to clear his name all while taking on the terrorists doing damage around the world.
When you watch a movie in the summer it needs to make you feel like you’ve escaped your real life and Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation took me on a trip to Morocco and Europe and even managed to make happenings inside DC based offices interesting. That in itself is quite a feat.
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is in a theatre near you Friday July 31st! Get tickets at Fandango! It is your only mission for the remainder of the summer!
This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.