Normalcy, we can easily find ourselves taking it for granted. For Ethan Hunt, there is no normalcy. He's trying to get his life on track. He's found the love of his life, yet he can't share the biggest part of his life with her. He continues to be one of the top agents for the IMF, they know he can get the job done at any cost. What is the cost of normalcy? Ethan is about to find out. The only hope he has lies in a "Rabbit's foot", what could be so special about a rabbit's foot you ask... That remains to be seen. In this third installment of the series, there are multiple errors in the continuity of the story. You literally have to piece the main parts together in your brain to make sense of this. For some viewers that might be too much to process. Those that are obsessed with the story will appreciate the new love interest in Ethan's life as well as the new twists to the story itself. Once Ethan finds the Rabbit's foot, he must jump down the proverbial rabbit's hole to put the pieces together. This is an integral piece of the story if they're going to carry it any further, other than that... It's dull.