Overall Rank: 8659
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 238
Theatrical Release Date: 05/24/2000
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: John Woo
Actors: Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Thandie Newton, Brendan Gleeson, Dougray Scott, Rade Serbedzija
Plot: Chimera is a deadly disease created specificity for a cure when Super Spy Agent Ethan Hunt is sent to Aussie to find the creator and trader before it's released.
Quick Movie Reviews
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/10/2019
It offers more of the same as the first one, and that's a good thing.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/06/2014
Chimera is a deadly disease created specificity for a cure when Super Spy Agent Ethan Hunt is sent to Aussie to find the creator and trader before it's released. This movie is just too over the top governess but the movie as good action.
Snoogans - wrote on 11/07/2011
Highly stylized action scenes, but lacking most of what made the first so memorable and entertaining.
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SadnessNeverGoes - wrote on 05/29/2019
this film deserves a uncut version to be release by paramount pictures and tom cruise,john wood was insulted because the film was 3 hours long the studio and editors interference made a mess of this movie alot of scenes are deleted all good action scenes including the final bike chase fight on the beach in sydney australia where ethan hunt and sean ambrose jump on a mountain ambrose tries to pull his gun out and ethan(tom cruise) pushes him from the cliff,you can see it in the trailer alot of the footage is missing,this is the reason people hate this film because they dont know the truth tom cruise is directly responsible for this didnt he watch what was going on,its been almost more that 18 years now this film will be 20 years old soon enough,and still no deleted scenes are released,5 …
Yojimbo - wrote on 09/17/2012
Ethan Hunt recruits the skills of a beautiful jewel thief to recover a lethal virus that was stolen by a rogue IMF agent. Brian De Palma's attempt to make a more adult spy movie in the original Mission Impossible is jettisoned in favour of the usual Hollywood blockbuster histrionics and to be fair, MI: 2 has dated rather better as a result. It plays out very much like its contemporary Bond films and a gorgeous Thandie Newton conjures some pretty decent chemistry with Cruise in the early scenes of the film. In fact John Woo shows some unusual restraint for the first two acts and his trademark stylised action works extremely well for an exciting research facility heist. Dougray Scott also makes a suitably Machiavellian villain as "Dark Ethan" and it all shapes up to be an enjoyable if …
SmokeScreener - wrote on 05/10/2009
This film took everything that made the television series interesting and tossed it in the trash. Instead of relying on a clever plot with the twists, turns, and suspense of double-and triple-agents, John Woo resorts to action sequences that have no basis in reality, and those stupid masks. The fact that this one made the most money of the three films is a sad statement about today's film audiences.
The film also earned a SmokeScreeners rating of 3 Butts (http://tinyurl.com/qarw7q). There are two prominent scenes involving tobacco. The first occurs when the villain (Dougray Scott) punishes his number-one man (Richard Roxburgh) by snipping his finger with a cigar cutter. The other takes place when the owner of a pharmaceutical company (Brendan Gleeson) is seen smoking in his …
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