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Product Details

  • Actors: Tom Cruise, Dougray Scott, Thandie Newton, Ving Rhames, Richard Roxburgh
  • Directors: John Woo
  • Writers: Brannon Braga, Bruce Geller, Robert Towne, Ronald D. Moore
  • Producers: Michael Doven, Paul Hitchcock, Paula Wagner
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Paramount Home Video
  • Release Date: May 11 2004
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (422 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CXDG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,310 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Mission: Impossible 2 (Widescreen Edition)

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3.0 out of 5 stars

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Format: DVD
this movie is different beast than the first one.oh,sure,it has some of
the same characters and is also a spy movie/secret agent film.whereas
the first one was so convoluted,you needed a map to follow it,this
sequel doesn't suffer from that same's much easier to
follow alright.the reason being that they sacrificed story and
character for nothing but wall to wall,i'm all for
action,but not at the expense of everything else.when this was over,i
felt liked i'd been in the Iron Man Triathlon.not only that,but there
is next to now believability in this, at least in the stunt dept.the
could have made the costumer's job a lot easier by having the
characters all wear a red cape and blue least there would
have been some believability.also,it seems everything in the movie blew
up somewhere along the way.i think the script blew up as well.certainly
this movie was more exciting than the first one,but there be some
balance.i'll give "Mission Impossible 2 a 3/5
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By Manuel on Dec 29 2005
Format: DVD
If you got rid of the useless Love sub plot, and cranked up the violence to R rated levels.
The love between Hunt and Nya or whatever the hell her name is. Rings as completely false "Oh I love you baby... ... ... lets have sex now" get rid of it. The PG-13 Rating essentially guts the action scenes of any excitement. Woo is a damned wizard in his action -watch "the killer" or to a lesser extent "face/off" to see what i mean- here the action scenes are so chopped up to imply violence instead of showing it -just as bad- that all the power to them is chopped up with it.
There are some moments like the Flemeco Dancers scene that is well directed and show Woo's brilliance in motion. If you like gutted PG-13 movie gun play then this is easily the best out of them.
If Johns hands weren't tied by a rating this would have been a three. Cruise was smart enough to give Woo almost complete control over the project so it is very much a John Woo movie.
I expected more even from this movie, where you can't expect much.
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By T. Lobascio on July 2 2004
Format: DVD
Despite a few problems, I still liked the first Mission Impossible movie very much. It's too bad the sequel didn't hold my interest as much as the first film did.
IMF operative Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise--sporting longer hair) is called away from his vacation by his new boss Commander Swanbeck (Anthony Hopkins in essentially a glorified cameo) to find a renegade agent. Once the mission begins, Hunt finds himself attracted to former agent Sean Ambrose's (Dougray Scott) girlfriend, Nyah Hall (Thandie Newton). These feelings complicate things as Ambrose holds the world hostage, threatening to release a deadly chemical weapon, if demands are not met. Hunt can also count on help from his pal Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames) when things get tough.
Director John Woo takes over for Brian De Palma, and with MI2, moves even further away from the concept of the television series. Hunt acts more like James Bond here than he did in first film. The only real difference is Hunt's long hair. Cruise may have the screen clout, but quite frankly is out of his element thanks to a weaker script. If you throw in Woo's trademark and tiresome overuse of doves and slow motion--it's practically a lost cause. As if that were not enough, Scott makes a very poor villian, ala` Aaron Eckheart in another Woo film, the equally poor Paycheck. The only bright spot for me was!
The extras on the DVD, may be more plentifull here, as opposed to those found on the Mission Impossible disc, but that doesn't mean that they are all worth your time. The audio commentary with Woo is OK but can get a bit tedious. The 15-minute "Behind The Mission" features "canned" cast and crew interviews. I did enjoy the Five-minute "Mission Incredible" stunts featurette.
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This movie is what action movies are all about. It keeps you entertained from start to finish, and it does pretty well in other ways. The story is still pretty good, nowhere near as good as the first one, but it's still good. Some people may say that the save-the-world theme is old, but that's what action movies are about. Give me one James Bond film where 007 didn't do that. Give me any other action movie without that theme. Lord of the Rings had it. Star Wars had it. So does the fact that M:I-2's story revolves around someone saving the world make the movie bad? No way! It's the kind of plot that makes an action movie an action movie. Moving on. Like others have stated, the purpose of action in these movies is not to seem totally realistic, but to be really entertaining and fun to watch. Actually, it still is pretty realistic. What's all this junk about Ethan hitting all his shots (Which is pretty unrealistic, I'll admit)? Didn't any of you watch the Biocyte shootout? How many of his shots hit one of Ambrose's men? Maybe a quarter of them! He's still human and has down-to-earth abilities, not completely unrealistic superhuman stuff that a lot of people criticize. And besides, until the road chase, it is perfectly reasonable that Ethan didn't get shot! Half the time he was behind a wall or lurking in the shadows, waiting for the moment to go Splinter Cell on a patrolling guard. Anyway, sorry I lingered. The acting in this movie is great. Tom Cruise gives Ethan Hunt a very human qualities. Thandie Newton, who plays Nyah Hall, also does the same for her character. Ving Rhames returns to the comic-relief character Luther (the brilliant computer programmer from M:I), and continues to give Luther the comical humor from the first movie.Read more ›
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