‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One’ proves that Pom Klementieff is more than a Marvel sidekick

Editor’s Note: The following contains full spoilers for ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One’Mission: Impossible – Partial Death Rethink Several new characters are introduced, but the best one is probably the expert Parisian assassin Pom Klementieff. If the name sounds familiar, Klementieff is certainly best known for her role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, playing the restless soul in Mantis. Guardians of the Galaxy suit, Avengers: Infinity WarAnd Avengers: Endgame. Turning her into a villain is definitely a change of pace for the actress, but a very welcome one, as Paris showcases Klementieff’s versatility and shows how she’s more than the Marvel side.

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Who is Pom Klementieff in ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout Remake’?

Pom Klementieff as Paris in 'Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One'
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The first of an epic two-part story, Mission: Impossible – Partial Death Rethink See Special Agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his team chose to accept a mission that required them to take on a threat unlike any they had ever faced. Our heroes are locked in a race against time to find the secret location of The Entity — an incredibly advanced artificial intelligence that has developed a mind of its own and is now trying to control every aspect of the world. Worse, The Entity has become something of a deity for a few mercenaries who will ruthlessly protect the fully-powered AI at all costs.

That’s where Paris comes in. One of Gabriel’s subordinates (Esai Morales), a ruthless assassin with a dark history with Ethan Hunt, Paris spends much of the film following Hunt and his associates. Her goal is to retrieve both halves of the key that unlocks the power to change the world. of the Entity. Paris follows Ethan and slippery thief Grace (Hayley Atwell) to Rome and engage in a brutal car chase across the city. Paris does all of this with a mischievous smile on her face, featuring a brilliant performance from Klementieff.

Although Paris eventually loses Ethan and Grace in the pursuit, she does not catch up with them. at White Widow’s (Vanessa Kirby) holiday in Venice. When Gabriel tells his old rival that someone close to him will die tonight, Ethan runs to help Grace and Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson). Unfortunately for Ethan, The Entity leads the brave IMF agent into an alley where Paris and the rest of the evil AI are waiting for him. Ethan quickly dispatched them, but when he was about to deliver damage to Paris, he decided to let her go, thinking it would be better to get to Grace and Ilsa as soon as possible. In the end, it doesn’t matter, because Gabriel murders Ilsa.

A surprising turn of events for Paris in the weather sequence on the Orient Express. Despite being loyal to The Entity, the same AI predicts that Paris will betray and become allies with Ethan and the IMF. Therefore, The Entity orders Gabriel to eliminate Paris. He almost succeeds, but Paris is able to fight her wounds and redeem herself by rescuing Ethan and Grace at the end of the movie. In what appears to be her final moments, Paris tells Ethan where The Entity is located and what the key does now that it’s finished. However, when Agent Degas (Greg Tarzan Davis) informs the audience that Paris still has a pulse, it seems to have a heavy meaning to see the fish. Rei came back at this late moment. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning part two.

Pom Klementieff brings the terrifying charm of Mantis to life in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

Pom Klementieff as Mantis in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.  3'
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Paris in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 Not always the funniest character of the movie, mostly a sadistic killer for most of the running time. We see Klementieff playing her complete polar opposite Mission impossible henchwoman in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where she portrays the fun-loving insect character Mantis. Introduced for the first time in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 As the servant (and secret daughter) of Ego the Living Planet (Kurt Russell), Mantis admittedly wasn’t given too much to do in her MCU debut despite forming a formidable friendship with Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista). as well as for her brief appearance in Avengers: Infinity War And Avengers: EndgameWhere she mostly plays a minor side character.

Finally we see the beginning of change Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, which depicts Mantis as the main character. Not only did the Disney+ special give a major reveal that Mantis has been Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) all this half-sister, but Mantis still gets plenty of time to show great comedic timing and well-done emotional beats, all of which are wonderfully executed by Klementieff. This promotion of the importance of Mantis is doubled Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which is appropriate because the film is far and away the most emotional story of the trilogy. Mantis becomes her true character in the third and presumably final cycle Guardians of the Galaxy The movie, though, ends with the character deciding to leave the team and find her place in the universe.

Pom Klementieff is the best part of the useless ‘Oldboy’ Remake

Pom Klementieff as Haeng-bok in Oldboy (2013)
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If there’s one movie that definitely doesn’t need or warrant a remake, this is it Park Chan-wook‘s Old children. although, Huang Li The decision to remake the beloved film in 2013, and the result was pretty negative. That said, none of that is Pom Klementieff’s fault, Haeng-Bok’s character is one of the highlights of the film. Just like in Paris Mission: Impossible – Dead RethinkHaeng-Bok is another one of the main villains, but feels like the main fighter because she’s actually in that movie.

Despite its flaws Old boyThere is an argument to be made that the film is what Klementieff has her role in the MCU and Mission impossible Franchise. While the actor has appeared in numerous French films, Old children It was her first proper large-scale feature film. Although the final film will explode, the Old children The remake is effectively a domestic debut for the upcoming star. Hopefully, it’s just the beginning of a career for a talented and versatile actor like Pom Klementieff.

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