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Mission: Impossible II

2000 film directed by John Woo

Mission: Impossible II is an American action thriller movie directed by John Woo and produced by Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner.[1] Mission: Impossible II tells the story of Ethan Hunt, an agent for the "Impossible Missions Force". Another agent has gone rogue and stolen a virus, so Hunt has to try and get it back.[1][2] The movie was released on May 24, 2000 in cinemas, then on November 7, 2000 for video and DVD. The movie did not get great reviews from critics; it got a 60% score on review website Metacritic.[3]

Mission: Impossible II
Directed byJohn Woo
Produced byTom Cruise
Paula Wagner
Written byRobert Towne
StarringTom Cruise
Dougray Scott
Thandie Newton
Ving Rhames
Music byHans Zimmer
Edited byChristian Wagner
Steven Kemper
Stuart Baird
Distributed byUSA Theatrical and Worldwide DVD/Video
Paramount Pictures
Non-USA Theatrical
United International Pictures
Release date
May 24, 2000
Running time
123 minutes
LanguageEnglish
Budget$125 million

This movie is a sequel to Mission: Impossible. It has a sequel called Mission: Impossible III.

Release DatesEdit

Country Premiere
  Canada 24 May 2000
  United States 24 May 2000
  Australia 1 June 2000
  Malaysia 1 June 2000
  Indonesia 7 June 2000
  Israel 8 June 2000
  Colombia 9 June 2000
  Argentina 15 June 2000
  Chile 15 June 2000
  Turkey 16 June 2000
  South Korea 17 June 2000
  Taiwan 17 June 2000
  Venezuela 21 June 2000
  Brazil 22 June 2000
  Hong Kong 22 June 2000
  New Zealand 22 June 2000
  Peru 28 June 2000
  Mexico 30 June 2000
  Singapore 1 July 2000
   Switzerland 6 July 2000 (German speaking region)
  Germany 6 July 2000
  Hungary 6 July 2000
  Netherlands 6 July 2000
  Austria 7 July 2000
  Denmark 7 July 2000
  Spain 7 July 2000
  Finland 7 July 2000
  United Kingdom 7 July 2000
  Ireland 7 July 2000
  Italy 7 July 2000
  Norway 7 July 2000
  Russia 7 July 2000
  Uruguay 7 July 2000
  South Africa 7 July 2000
  Japan 8 July 2000
  Trinidad and Tobago 8 July 2000
  Sweden 12 July 2000
  Iceland 14 July 2000
  Portugal 14 July 2000
  Thailand 14 July 2000
  Belgium 26 July 2000
  France 26 July 2000
  Kuwait 26 July 2000
  Lebanon 27 July 2000
  Estonia 28 July 2000
  Panama 28 July 2000
  Poland 11 August 2000
  Slovenia 24 August 2000
  Bulgaria 25 August 2000
  Yugoslavia 25 August 2000
  Czech Republic 31 August 2000
  Croatia 31 August 2000
  Slovakia 31 August 2000
  Romania 8 September 2000
  Cyprus 15 September 2000
  India 29 September 2000
  Greece 27 October 2000
  China 28 November 2002

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Karl Williams. "Mission: Impossible II > Overview". Allmovie. Retrieved 2008-07-04.
  2. A. O. Scott (May 24 2000). "Mission? Improbable, but the Pigeons Are Nifty". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-07-04. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. "Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)". Metacritic. Retrieved 2008-07-04.

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