Mission: Impossible II
4K Ultra HD
Director: John Woo
Actors: Tom Cruise, Dougray Scott, Thandiwe Newton
Plot: IMF agent Ethan Hunt is sent to Sydney to find and destroy a genetically modified disease called "Chimera".
Disc Release Date: 26 June 2018
It's a fantastic upgrade, the best the film has ever looked, and one of the best of the excellent 4K renditions of the Mission: Impossible films.
Even the quieter scenes soar as Lisa Gerrard's mellifluous vocals elevate the emotional moments.
The extras weren't all that spectacular in the first place.
Better enjoyed as a PG-13 John Woo movie.
Besting the outstanding upgrade on the first movie this is the best the movie has ever looked or sounded before.
Mission: Impossible II's UHD follows up on a fantastic release of the original film with another 2160p/Dolby Vision presentation that's a thing of beauty. Much like the first film's UHD, there are some...
No Atmos? No problem. Mission: Impossible II's UHD may not contain the desirable extra-back and overhead channel adds, but the included Dolby TrueHD 5.1 lossless soundtrack is no slouch. In fact, it's...
Mission: Impossible II's UHD disc contains no supplements beyond regurgitating the John Woo commentary, but the bundled Blu-ray, identical to that released back in 2007 (disc artwork is different), brings...
Paramount has released the John Woo/Tom Cruise Action film 'Mission: Impossible II' to the UHD format. The disc replaces an aging Blu-ray which first released in 2007 with an MPEG-2 video encode and Dolby...
Mission: Impossible II may not capture the spirit of the original show, or even the first film, for that matter. It's more a John Woo film with Ethan Hunt in it and less a Mission: Impossible film directed...
Woo's volatile sequel ignites Ultra HD with a fantastic HEVC H.265 encode, offering a welcomed improvement over its Blu-ray counterpart. It's not a night-and-day difference, but the frenzied spy actioner...
As with the first movie, fans of the franchise have disapproved of Paramount's decision to release the films on Blu-ray with legacy lossy audio, but on Ultra HD, the studio has rightly corrected this error...
All the same supplements are ported over from previous home video release, which can be read in more detail in our review of the standard Blu-ray HERE....
Just one of several reasons for loving and enjoying Mission: Impossible II (aka, M:I-2) is the involvement of Hong Kong filmmaker John Woo. In the late 90s and into the early 2000s, his name alone was...
With John Woo at the helm, Mission: Impossible II does exactly what is expected of a sequel, delivering bigger stunts, bigger chase sequences and bigger explosions. The follow-up is not quite as engaging...
A film like Mission Impossible II has an aesthetic that incorporates film grain and the use of optics that won’t consistently result in the type of high gloss, tack-like sharpness of a film shot using...
Disc 1: Mission Impossible 2 Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc 2: Mission Impossible 2 Blu-ray Legacy Bonus Material Digital Copy...
I liked Mission Impossible and when I saw that action director John Woo was attached to its sequel I went into viewing it with high expectations. I wouldn’t say that it was disappointing but, a total disappointment....
It’s making its Ultra HD Blu-ray debut in this Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack from Paramount Home Media Distribution featuring transformative video quality, engaging and complimentary lossless surround sound...