Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is Tom Cruise's fifth Mission: Impossible adventure as Ethan Hunt. It's built on the same foundation as the four preceding films, meaning there's lots of thrilling action, death-defying stunt work, and violence (stabbing, shooting, explosions, hand-to-hand combat), though much of it is stylized and choreographed, and it's relatively bloodless. Swearing is infrequent, though "s--t" is used, and there's not much in the way of sexual content (just flirting) or drinking/drugs (a bit of social drinking by adults). Teamwork and loyalty are running themes of the series.
Frequent gunfights and hand-to-hand combat, though little blood. Cars and motorcycles crash during a high-speed chase, and a vehicle explodes when a bomb detonates as part of an assassination attempt. A sniper shoots at targets from a distance; victims are seen getting hit through the scope. A character is forced to wear a vest loaded with explosives. Lots of dangerous stunts, including one in which Ethan clings to the outside of a plane as it takes off.
Occasional swearing includes "s--t" and "hell."
Sometimes perseverance and tenacity are the only things that will pay off. In both friendships and at work, loyalty matters. It's good to be resourceful.
Brands/products in the movie include BMW, Dell computers, Halo, Tissot watches.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking by adults.