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3/6/2018 by David Ansen"M:I-2," as the new Mission: Impossible is tagged, is a slick, expensive, bullet-ridden thriller that is oddly dull -- the last thing you'd expect.
3/27/2009 by Dennis HarveyWoo lays on his own particular high-octane stylishness so thick the results edge perilously toward self-parody.
4/27/2007 by Andrew SarrisFor all my profound reservations about the whole project, I wound up liking it more, or, at least disliking it less, than I had anticipated. Thandie Newton is the biggest reason.
2/9/2006 by Derek AdamsWoo's hysterically hyper visuals and boytoy gimmickry can't camouflage the emptiness of the enterprise.
New York Magazine/Vulture
1/16/2003 by Peter RainerDespite Cruise's attempts here to be Byronic, there's something strenuous about his soulfulness; he turns everything, even repose, into calisthenics.
San Francisco Chronicle
6/18/2002 by Mick LaSalleIt's fun. It's laughable. It has moments of excitement, moments of sheer idiocy and moments of sheer idiotic excitement.
Globe and Mail
3/22/2002 by Rick GroenA 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.
1/1/2000 by Bob ThomasCruise makes a convincing hero.
1/1/2000 by Louis B. ParksWoo beats Brian De Palma's direction of M:I all to heck.
San Jose Mercury News
1/1/2000 by Glenn LovellA quantum improvement on Mission: Impossible 1.
1/1/2000 by Sean P. MeansIsn't bad as summer action fare goes.
Dallas Morning News
1/1/2000 by Philip WuntchA dizzyingly enjoyable retro rollercoaster.
1/1/2000 by Stephen HunterMission: Impossible-2 is such a feast of outlandish pleasures it'll send you home steam-cleaned and shrink-wrapped.
1/1/2000 by Susan StarkBottom line, M:I-2 seems destined to create the kind of excitement and box-office punch that insiders have been predicting since the turn of the century.
Detroit Free Press
1/1/2000 by Terry LawsonM:I-2 is just another summer stock item, like sunscreen and barbecue coals.
1/1/2000 by Jay BoyarThe script, by Robert Towne isn't just coherent, it's also occasionally funny in self-referential ways.
Los Angeles Times
1/1/2000 by Kenneth TuranOnce 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.
1/1/2000 by Owen GleibermanIt's eye candy that detonates.
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