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Mission: Impossible 2 (Widescreen Edition)

3.3 out of 5 stars 939 customer reviews

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DVD is in good condition. The DVD was tested for performance and does play fine. NO Case or art work. Fast, Insured Shipping. A secret agent is sent to Sydney, to find and destroy a genetically modified disease called "Chimera"

Special Features

  • 15-minute "Behind the Mission" exclusive cast and crew interviews
  • Five-minute "Mission Incredible" stunts featurette "Impossible Shots"
  • Exclusive interviews with John Woo, Tom Cruise, stunt coordinator Brian Smrz and others
  • Metallica's music video of "I Disappear"
  • Alternate title sequence
  • MTV Movie Awards show parody, "Mission Improbable" with Tom Cruise, Ben Stiller and John Woo

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, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: November 7, 2000
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (939 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CXDG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,651 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mission: Impossible 2 (Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

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By A Customer on September 7, 2001
Format: DVD
If you can watch this purely for the visual excitment, it's awesome!
You know you're watching a John Woo movie if...
1. Most everyone is wearing a black trenchcoat.
2. Half the movie is in slow motion.
3. Heros are generally proceeded by doves or other glowing, symbolicitems of mass courage.
4. More than one helicopter explodes.
5. Everyone cool wears sunglasses and eventually removes them in a slow-motion, classy mannor.
6. Character names are unusual, but deeply representative.
7. Motorcycles are rampant.
8. The hero can shoot the badguy while jumping through fire, swinging from a rope, falling down an elevator shaft or riding on the front wheel of a motorcycle while spinning a one-hundred-eighty degree circle at sixty miles per hour.
9. The plot generally revolves around the villian's intent on mass destruction.
10. Ammunition lasts more than the clip can hold. MUCH more.
11. Always more than one gun shoots at the same time.
12. By the end of the movie everything that isn't exploding has
already exploded.
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By A Customer on April 17, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Of the two episodes in this video, the best is The Seal. It is always great to watch the IMF in action. In The Seal, an ancient and sacred seal has been stolen from an obscure country and in the interest of obtaining their favor in the Cold War, it is the team's duty to return the seal.
While this is an earlier episode, you can tell the show was hitting its stride. All the elements are there: timed sequences, the fake accents, a magician, hiding in equipment to gain entrances, fake ids and what is always best - watching the team psych out their prey.
I do not recall having seen this episode and I was surprisingly tense watching this show...there is so much going on and you know there is always the unexpected surprise. This show had everything including a trained cat! Don't miss it.
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I had this on DVD but could nnot resist seeing this in HD! The movie is fantastic with director John Woo placing his signature action sequences to great use. This time secret agent Ethen Hunt is on a mission to hunt down a threat called Chimera.

This is one of these movies that rewards you for having it in High-Def.
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By Spencer on September 15, 2000
Format: DVD
Once again, John Woo directs a masterpiece. Forget plot, forget actors, instead focus on the beauty within each camera frame. Mr Woo's style is perfect in form and pleasing to the eye. Watch the picture, see the use of symbolism, the fight between good and evil and the heroe's triumph.
The movie's plot did lag in the middle, but spectacular special effects and coreographed violence made it all worth it. Villians are a dime a dozen and only few stand out in our mind. This one does not quite do it, however. Tom cruise and his She-ra in the movie struggled through their lines. But remember that movies are not just actors and dialogue, they tell a story. This movie could have just had pictures and music and the story would been told just the same.
Surely not the best John Woo film out there, but a masterpiece as only he can deliver. Thanks Mr Woo!
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Looks like everyone has an opinion of MI:2 which boils down to either "hate" or "great". However, what about actual quality of the DVD? For those of you who DID like the movie (and I did enjoy it) and are wondering if they should get the DVD I would say 'YES'. Unlike so many other DVD's that are suppose to be packed with extras (*cough* X-Men *cough*) MI:2 has a nice variety of extras that I actually found interesting and enjoyable. Especially interesting are the behind the scene looks at how they filmed the numerous action sequences (some of which were much more dangerous than some of these reviews have given the actors credit for). The addition of the MTV skit with Ben Stiller is great. Picture and sound quality is top notch (check out the review from 'Widescreen Review'). Despite the number of bad reviews I know people liked the film (it did gross over $200 million domestically) so for those people I say this high quality DVD is one to add to your collection.
BTW, I'm not dissing the X-Men movie, just the quality of extras on the 'Special Edition' DVD. The movie is top notch and there is no question it is far better a movie than MI:2.
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Mission Impossible team recruit thief given her connection to a guy who is trying to buy a germ to infect the world with.

I wouldn't really say t hat this was a MI movie. It didn't look/feel like one. There were all of these slow motion scenes. It was more of a romantic/action adventure type of a movie, not a action adventure movie. Still it didn't have the espionage/cloak/dagger feel to it. I mean there were a few "tricks" for sure . . . especially with those masks that the MI team uses. But overall the focus seems to be on the lead actress/character. It was as if someone somewhere thinks she is the idea of female beauty. So we see her being fawned over, catered too. She is striking poses that supposedly are sultry etc. So that was the focus of the movie. I thought it was all silly. And I don't think she is the idea of beauty.

Anyway there is also the return of the long haired Tom Cruise. He was so all American looking in MI I. So cute and thin/healthy looking. Then here he starts that long hair thing. Flipping it around. Looks goofy. He also had a rather stoic performance in this one. Some lines were delivered in a rather deliberate way instead of an acting way. Again it was almost like the filming/producing was bad. There were the silly fight/chase scenes. Too impossible even for MI. And you can see the guy just stand there anticipating the hit before he falls down. Just goofy.

And there was the lead villain guy who either looked or was made to look like a serpent with metal teeth. Just odd. And distracting.
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