Mission: Impossible II

Mission: Impossible II

(2000)

Expect the impossible again.

John Woo (Face/Off) directs Tom Cruise's second outing as Ethan Hunt, this time in Sydney to find and destroy a genetically modified disease.... More

With computer genius Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames) at his side and a beautiful thief on his mind, agent Ethan Hunt races across Australia and Spain to stop a former IMF agent from unleashing a genetically engineered biological weapon called Chimera. This mission plunges him into the centre of an international crisis of terrifying magnitude.Hide

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  • If the first movie was entertaining as sound, fury and movement, this one is more evolved, more confident, more sure-footed in the way it marries minimal character development to seamless action. Full Review

  • Once Woo unleashes his bad self and ignites the proceedings here, once the glass shatters, the flames erupt, the gunshots ricochet and the doves fly, all is well with M:I-2. Full Review

  • Check your brains at the popcorn stand and hang on for a spectacular ride. Full Review

  • If Mr. Cruise peeled off his face and turned out to have been Chow Yun Fat all along, the picture might be saved. Full Review

  • Woo's hysterically hyper visuals and boytoy gimmickry can't camouflage the emptiness of the enterprise. Full Review

  • Woo lays on his own particular high-octane stylishness so thick the results edge perilously toward self-parody. Full Review