Mission: Impossible II

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Mission: Impossible II
Directed by John Woo
Produced by Tom Cruise
Paula Wagner
Written by Robert Towne
Starring Tom Cruise
Dougray Scott
Thandie Newton
Ving Rhames
Music by Hans Zimmer
Editing by Christian Wagner
Steven Kemper
Stuart Baird
Distributed by USA Theatrical and Worldwide DVD/Video
Paramount Pictures
Non-USA Theatrical
United International Pictures
Release date(s) May 24, 2000
Running time 123 minutes
Language English
Budget $125 million

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]

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

Release Dates[change | change source]

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 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

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