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Mission Impossible II

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Ethan Hunt, while vacationing, is alerted by the IMF that someone has used his identity to assist Russian bio-chemical expert Dr. Vladimir Nekhorvich then killed him and stole a deadly synthetic virus named Chimera that could rapidly wipe out the world's population. Ethan Hunt has been sent to Sydney on a mission to retrieve and destroy Chimera.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
The worst of John Woo's American films (though that is a competitive race).
January 02, 2016
Globe and Mail
A strained sequel to a feature rip-off of an old television show with a stealable theme song. On screen and off, no one's getting marks for originality here.
March 22, 2002
Big Picture Big Sound
With all this having been done before, making MI2 interesting or suspenseful truly is an impossible mission.
July 14, 2007
eFilmCritic.com
Here, Woo just seems to fall back on slow-mo whenever he gets bored, which apparently is often.
July 18, 2008
Variety
Woo lays on his own particular high-octane stylishness so thick the results edge perilously toward self-parody.
March 27, 2009
Time Out
Woo's hysterically hyper visuals and boytoy gimmickry can't camouflage the emptiness of the enterprise.
February 09, 2006
New York Magazine/Vulture
Despite Cruise's attempts here to be Byronic, there's something strenuous about his soulfulness; he turns everything, even repose, into calisthenics.
January 16, 2003