A secret agent is sent to find and destroy a genetically modified disease called “Chimera”
Action, Adventure, Thriller
Tom Cruise, Dougray Scott, Thandie Newton, Ving Rhames, Richard Roxburgh, John Polson, Brendan Gleeson, Rade Serbedzija, William Mapother, Dominic Purcell, Matthew Wilkinson, Nicholas Bell, Cristina Brogers, Kee Chan, Kim Fleming
Devoid of any sense at all, this movie does its best to insult the intelligence of any living human whom views it. It’s the type of movie that leaves a 12 year old gasping, while leaving any rationally level headed individual with a deep sense of the “MISSING TIME” phenomenon.
The original 1996 “Mission: Impossible” movie showed just how an intelligent (while yet entertaining) espionage movie could be made, without a single gun battle, although with several good break-ins and chase scenes. The 1996 “Mission: Impossible” was about sabotage, agents, betrayals, heists, set-ups, shake downs and the mission. The plot was intricate and intelligent. It had twist’s and turns. The conclusion was great, the ending was great, and the climax was intense. By contrast in this sequel, probably the only people in the world whose heads move fast enough to plan maneuvers like the ones CROOZE improvises in this film are the scriptwriters.