Matthew Noble’s review published on Letterboxd :
"That punk put a hole in my Versace."
So let me get this straight. M:I 2 has the following...
Early 2000s Tom Cruise, still boasting his floppy Magnolia haircut.
Early 2000s Thandie Newton, still probably the prettiest actress to ever grace this series.
A lighthearted opening act in Seville that is somehow funnier than the last two Bond films combined.
And a climax which features motorcycle jousting, explosions, doves, and the best cue Hans Zimmer has ever composed.
I never thought my fingers would type these words, but aside from the saggy midsection and a miscast Dougray Scott, John Woo's Mission: Impossible movie is more entertaining than Brian De Palma's Mission: Impossible movie.