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Mission: Impossible II
USA, Germany
Thriller, Action, Adventure
IMDB rating:
John Woo
Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt
Dougray Scott as Sean Ambrose
Thandie Newton as Nyah Nordoff-Hall
Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell
Richard Roxburgh as Hugh Stamp
John Polson as Billy Baird
Brendan Gleeson as John C. McCloy
Rade Serbedzija as Dr. Nekhorvich
Dominic Purcell as Ulrich
Mathew Wilkinson as Michael
Nicholas Bell as Accountant
Cristina Brogers as Flamenco Dancer
Kee Chan as Chemist
Storyline: Chimera is a deadly virus that will bare a deathly death unless you are given the antidote. The creator of Chimera is murdered and the antidote is stolen by a disavowed IMF agent, Sean Ambrose. The Impossible Mission Force, IMF, hire the skilled and charming Ethan Hunt, and the beautiful Nyah Nirdoff-Hall, who has had her share with Ambrose. Their mission, should they choose to accept it is to send Hirdoff-Hall undercover to Ambrose and learn what she can for Hunt to bring down Chimera, but they will have to break into a secure lab by jumping off buildings and dodging bullets. Its impossible.
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Who's wearing THAT mask?!
Not satisfied of completing the first 'Mission Impossible", agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) gets engaged for yet another impossible task - that of recovering a lethal virus from the bad guys before they let it loose in downtown Sydney.

This second Mission Impossible has an altogether different feel from the first one. The plot in the first MI movie was a bit too complicated for many people's likings. This time round, the plot is as simple and as straight forward as they get. Unlike the first movie, there are no hidden sub-plots, no mysteries to solve, and it is not overly-demanding on the average person's brain cells.

The stolen virus in question, which resembles a deadly form of influenza and manifests itself within 20 hours of contact is snatched by Sean Ambrose, an ex-collegue of Hunt. In order to recover the stolen virus, Hunt recruits Nyah (Thandie Newton), a professional thief "without a conscience" in order to try and use her allure on Sean and recover the deadly potion. The obbligatory whizz-kid and heli pilot are also called into action, however their presence in the movie is very limited. TOO limited, in fact.

Alas, the film's greatest flaw is that it concentrates too much around Tom Cruise. The rest of the cast remains in the shadows for most of the film. Also, the oh-so-important team work factor between the MI squad members seems missing.

That said, the film boasts some really spectacular shots and sceneary of the Australian countryside, James-Bond style gadgets and special effects plus the usual mask that really THAT person or is it his enemy wearing a super-sophisticated mask? Watch out for a couple of masked surprises, especially towards the end of the movie!!!
I blame John Woo for this one
Well, this was a pretty poor excuse for a movie. I liked the first and third but the second was awful. You would know John Woo was involved by the inclusion of doves flying through the under ground lair shortly after an explosion! I just don't get the dove thing.

It is a pretty straight forward, brain at the door action movie but the real problem with it is the huge inconsistencies throughout the movie. OK, the acting is a bit crappy, there's the token love interest and everything else is pretty forgettable but its an action movie, thats their nature sometimes.

The 'chase' scenes are awful to be fair to them, especially the motorbike one. How is it that his bike doesn't explode when his gas tank is hit but everything he shoots blows up? How can a bullet fired almost directly at you shatter the visor on the bike and not hit the passenger? Then to top it all off before duelling with there bikes on the sand, the high performance road bikes take an off camera pit-stop to change the slick tires to off-road. This brief rant illustrates the stream of flaws through the movie and I think Mr. Woo should be accountable. Tut tut John. If you want action try somewhere else because this will leave you under whelmed. Try number III, its not all bad.
The Cruise-man goes to Octane Cool! See him show off his 'martial arts abilities'! See him perform the most wicked stunts ever done by amateur stunt men! See the Cruise-Control Motorcycle Road Runner's Chase! See the Cool Cruise-man win High Points on the Score Board!

This is little more than a shoddy imitation of The Matrix or another boring, cliche-ridden movie episode of James Bond, but with a poorer story line. What story line you say? There wasn't one, actually.


Complete suspense of disbelief is an absolute necessity in order for one to sit through this flick without laughing aloud, or groaning at all the ridiculous stunts Tom Cruise performs.

The 80 m.p.h 'Shoes-On-Asphalt-Slide' is probably the best (and worst!) phony stunt I have ever seen! Next time I ride my moped I'll hop off and slide down the street alongside of it wearing my jandals while shooting a pea shooter at bulls eye targets on passing lamposts.

Tom fighting??? He may be able to act, but he simply can't fight. His martial arts looked like the way I would do martial arts. And I'm fairly hopeless! To make this even worse (or funnier!) they show Tom's fights in slow-mo!

Other memorable moments: The slow-mo 80 m.p.h chest slap and waves crashing on beach during the (anti) climatic fight (most of it also in slow-mo). Tom's flying-shoe kicks and clumsily-performed cartwheels in the sand. Tom's shoes-sand-gun-hand manouver (all at once). His Hair. His sun glasses. Priceless!!!

This whole awful flick was produced by Tom so that simply makes this a 'Cruise-Mobile'. Admittedly I missed half of this 'movie' on video. I watched the Second Half, and found it to be ridiculous to the point of hilarious.

CONCLUSION? Watch only if you wish to learn how to become a famous actor's stunt double.
How it's possible that a film of millions dollars make this mistakes. In Spain we don't burn saints, but that's not all, John Woo mixed two different festivals. For US people, imaging that in a Spanish film we see Boston local festivals, and you see that is a mix of St. Patrick's Day with Halloween.
Not nearly as bad as a lot of people say it is
Anyone who watches movies like this and expects fully realistic stunts and a bulletproof plot is a quite frankly an idiot. If you want to give this movie 1 star , where the hell does Arnie's "Commando" come on the ratings of "laws of realism do not apply" films and as for any of the Bond films when it comes to a realistic plot... well. Personally, this film is an exciting action movie with plenty of visually awesome stunts, quality soundtrack and a couple of nice surprises. Where this film does loose points with me though, is the cheesy slow mo scenes and lines. It really does badly interrupt an otherwise great action movie, which you should see.

i disappear
I really liked this one better than the original,, the original was good but this is soo much better. the action sequences super slo-mo the Woo-ism's,, John Woo kicks ass. Tom Cruise is at it again as he is trying to stop a deadly disease from being sold on the black market and infecting the entire world,, he goes up against Dougray Scott who plays the bad guy,, Thandie Newton wasn't bad to look at either,, Anthony Hopkins plays Jim Phelps,, wish he would have had more screen time. and Ving Rhames is at his usual witty best,, I loved all of the action scenes, especially the flying motorcycle scene at the end,, the music kicked butt too especially Metalicca's I Disappear.. excellent movie, great direction,, great music,, and lo'ts of John Woo classic hand to hand action, and stunts, with super slo mo..
Similarity to Hitchcock's Notorious

I haven't seen anyone remark on the similarity of the plot of MI-2 to the plot of Hitchcock's "Notorious" (1946, Cary Grant & Ingrid Bergman). Both feature a male spy falling in love with a less than virtuous woman. Both have the male spy reluctantly asking his new love to seduce an old boyfriend for the sake of the cause. And both films even feature scenes at the racetrack where the woman meets up with the male spy to pass him information. Of course Hitch didn't have quite the same action punch. ;)
eye candy and adrenaline
I had heard this film was short on plot, and I had heard correctly! However, having said that, I actually thought that in most other respects it was a good film.

I thought that (aside from lack of plot) the script was reasonably good, the main characters were believable and their responses to one another seemed real and not melodramatic.

At times the camera work DID tend towards the melodramatic, which I know friends of mine have found quite laughable, but to me the shots were so beautiful that I didn't mind. I'm a very visual person and, being very tired when watching this movie, I didn't mind that there was not much brain-food, I just enjoyed the gorgeous images floating over the screen. We all know the ending anyway, honestly. The bad guy dies, the good guy wins the girl.

This film was wonderful to look at, and for me, that redeemed a lot of flaws!
When Woo remakes Hitchcock
Make no mistake: it takes a director of talent at the peak of his form to make a bad movie as good as this one. As pompous and uproariously stupid as MI2 is, it's compelling, kinetic and stylish - there's more artistry involved in this bombastic flick than it's immediately obvious.

Plot unfolds like Notorious on cocaine - I still have a hard time believing scriptwriter Ben Hecht, who penned the screenplay for Hitchcock's classic, wasn't credited in any shape or form here. For Woo, it's an intriguing starting point to play with his action figures, including Tom Cruise, the world's most popular G.I. Joe, surrounded by a remarkable cast. Luscious visuals with sharp colour palettes, balletic fights and a masterful homage to another auteur like Michael Mann are reasons enough to enjoy MI2.

The Mission Impossible series remains one of the most interesting sagas still unfolding - not for its narrative arc, which is flimsy at best, but for the triumph of gorgeous set pieces, each time with a different master action director at the helm.

A good romantic action-adventure movie…
In writing a story to fit the action in "Mission: Impossible 2", Screenwriter Robert Towne brought nuance, complexity and irony to the human interaction and to the characters… So greed is the animating force…

Being an amazing filmmaker, John Woo wanted "Mission Impossible 2" to have a lot more emotion and romance… A romantic interest that can engage the hero emotionally, pushing him to exercise his skills… In this case, he's trying to save the life of someone he cares for and loves…The story revolves around three characters… The good guy and the bad guy in love with the same girl…

John Woo's sequences were highly developed, completely mind-blowing, dangerous and exciting… Woo really pushed his elements to the edge, designing action that people have never seen…

Tom Cruise and Thandie Newton looked very charming, proving to have a great chemistry with each other… They also looked very natural… I loved the scene when they meet, and how they meet… The opening scene came from Robert Wise's "West Side Story"… It is boy meets girl, girl looks at boy… No story telling was needed… With high speed and the judicious muting of sound, Woo made it a love-at-first-sight moment, isolating our two heroes in a very lovely way…

Tom's character was a new kind of a hero… A person who really cares about people, and enjoys life… He has a great passion about nature, about love, about everything…

Thandie's romantic life was very busy… She is involved with the character played by Dougray Scott, Ambrose who's the key for the Mission team… He is the one with the information which Thandie's character has to win back… Dougray was a really interesting bad guy, as complex a bad guy as you can get and with an impossible mission...

Dougray's Ambrose becomes disillusioned with being in Ethan's shadow… In deciding to have more power, he turns to the other side… He forms a renegade band of ex-Special Forces people… But Ambrose couldn't even be himself… He includes his identity into Hunt's, when Ethan was not available… So if he needed to be something, he had to be Ethan Hunt…

Ving Rhames' Luther was a balance in the team… He's a computer expert who brought the charm to his character… Outside of Ethan Hunt, he is the only returning member of the IMF team…

"Mission: Impossible 2" gave John Woo the ability to really use his filming style, which is the slow motion on key moments… You can see Cruise slow-motion flipping through the air, walking through flames with a white dove sending a message to the evil, running and jumping out of a hole, climbing dangerous scary high cliff, jousting on a motorcycle, trapped in a gun battle, Kick boxing, and having a really sharp and pointy knife in the eye…
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