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Mission: Impossible III

Mission: Impossible III

The mission begins 05:05:06.

Retired from active duty to train new IMF agents, Ethan Hunt is called back into action to confront sadistic arms dealer, Owen Davian. Hunt must try to protect his girlfriend while working with his new team to complete the mission.

Release Date : 03 May, 2006
Duration : 2h 6m
Adventure Action Thriller
Vote Average : 6.707 Vote Count : 5,563 Popularity : 36.526

Top Billed Casting

  • Tom Cruise

    Tom Cruise

    Ethan Hunt


  • Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Owen Davian


  • Ving Rhames

    Ving Rhames

    Luther Stickell


  • Billy Crudup

    Billy Crudup

    John Musgrave


  • Michelle Monaghan

    Michelle Monaghan

    Julia Meade


  • Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    Declan Gormley


  • Keri Russell

    Keri Russell

    Lindsey Farris


  • Maggie Q

    Maggie Q

    Zhen Lei


  • Laurence Fishburne

    Laurence Fishburne

    Theodore Brassel


  • Simon Pegg

    Simon Pegg

    Benjamin 'Benji' Dunn


  • Eddie Marsan

    Eddie Marsan



  • Bahar Soomekh

    Bahar Soomekh

    Davian's Translator


  • Jeff Chase

    Jeff Chase

    Davian's Bodyguard


  • Michael Berry Jr.

    Michael Berry Jr.

    Julia's Kidnapper


  • Carla Gallo

    Carla Gallo



  • Bellamy Young

    Bellamy Young



  • Paul Keeley

    Paul Keeley



  • Jane Daly

    Jane Daly

    Julia's Mother


  • Greg Grunberg

    Greg Grunberg



  • Sabra Williams

    Sabra Williams



  • Rose Rollins

    Rose Rollins



  • Sasha Alexander

    Sasha Alexander



  • Tracy Middendorf

    Tracy Middendorf



  • Aaron Paul

    Aaron Paul

    Rick Meade


  • Kathryn Fiore

    Kathryn Fiore

    Party Goer


  • Colleen Crozier

    Colleen Crozier

    Party Goer


  • Sean O'Bryan

    Sean O'Bryan

    Party Goer


  • Bruce French

    Bruce French



  • Ellen Bry

    Ellen Bry

    Lindsey's Mother


  • Patrick Pankhurst

    Patrick Pankhurst

    Lindsey's Father


  • Tony Guma

    Tony Guma



  • James Shanklin

    James Shanklin

    Hospital Chaplain


  • Anne Betancourt

    Anne Betancourt

    Nurse Sally


  • Antonietta De Lorenzo

    Antonietta De Lorenzo

    Roadblock Driver


  • Andrea Sartoretti

    Andrea Sartoretti

    Roadblock Driver


  • Antonio Del Prete

    Antonio Del Prete

    Vatican Video Room Guard


  • Francesco De Vito

    Francesco De Vito

    Greeting Priest


  • Giorgio Marchesi

    Giorgio Marchesi

    Vatican Gate Guard


  • Niccolò Senni

    Niccolò Senni

    Vatican Gate Guard


  • Paolo Bonacelli

    Paolo Bonacelli



  • David Waters

    David Waters

    IMF Officer


  • Michael G. Kehoe

    Michael G. Kehoe

    Hospital Employee


  • Timothy Omundson

    Timothy Omundson

    IMF Agent


  • José Zúñiga

    José Zúñiga

    IMF Agent Pete


  • William Francis McGuire

    William Francis McGuire

    IMF Head of Security


  • Michelle Arthur

    Michelle Arthur

    Airline Worker


  • Barney Cheng

    Barney Cheng



  • George Cheung

    George Cheung

    Shanghai Game Player (uncredited)


  • Brandon Molale

    Brandon Molale

    Torturer (uncredited)


  • Simon Rhee

    Simon Rhee

    Chinese Guard at Hengshan Lu Building (uncredited)


  • Marcus Young

    Marcus Young

    Chinese Guard (uncredited)


  • Jerry Trimble

    Jerry Trimble

    Davian's Thug (uncredited)


  • Alex Kurtzman

    Alex Kurtzman

    Party Guest (Uncredited0


  • Roberto Orci

    Roberto Orci

    Party Guest (Uncredited)




Original Language


Production Country

United States of America






A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 16 Aug, 2016

I would say it is the strongest entry of the first three Mission: Impossible films (the only ones I've seen to date). Even a decade later, it's strengths are still that which the franchise has always been known for, and its weakness are much the same. Much more akin plot-wise to the first film, _M:I...

A review by CinemaSerf

Written by CinemaSerf on 02 Jul, 2022

Despite the introduction of the always annoying Simon Pegg, this is an huge improvement on the last instalment. It sees the now retired, loved-up "Ethan" (Tom Cruise) coaxed out of retirement to deal with the menacing arms dealer "Davian" (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who has just bumped off one of the I...