Director John Woo brings Hong Kong-style martial arts action to this comic book-flavored sequel that eschews the complicated plot and political maneuverings of its predecessor in favor of pure, adrenaline-charged thrills. Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt, an operative for the top-secret government agency IMF (Impossible Missions Force). Fellow agent Sean Ambrose (Dougray Scott) has gone rogue, stealing a sample of a deadly synthetic virus named Chimera that could rapidly wipe out the world's population. Ambrose's plan is to sell Chimera to the highest bidder in exchange for shares of stock in the winner's company. Summoned by the new IMF chief (Anthony Hopkins in an uncredited cameo role), Ethan is assigned to recruit the help of Ambrose's former lover Nyah Nordoff-Hall (Thandie Newton), a gorgeous woman who left Ambrose broken-hearted and who may be able to quickly regain his confidence. Once he meets and spends a night with Nyah, however, Ethan is smitten, and now must both capture Ambrose and keep Nyah alive as she infiltrates a nest of vipers. Sophisticated disguises, gun battles, and high-speed chases are the order of the day, very much in the James Bond mold. Mission: Impossible 2 is based on a story by Star Trek: The Next Generation writers Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga, with a script polish by Robert Towne.~Karl Williams
This 2160p/Dolby Vision presentation that's a thing of beauty. Much like the first film's UHD, there are some softer focus shots here and there, but they're interspersed amongst some impressively rendered close-ups. The Dolby Vision color palette is terrific, too. The level of refinement, natural intensity, increase in white brilliance, and add to black depth are all first-class. The image finds heightened color clarity and punch, never betraying the film's core color construction but only adding a level of realism to the presentation. no new extras are included, the carryover supplements are fine
M:I 2 is probably the worst of the series but Best Buy included the movie ticket (Up to $8) to go see M:I: Rogue Nation and that was worth the cost. If I am going to see the new movie anyway, I might as well spend the money and get two movies. The quality of the product is good and I would recommend it to someone looking for a needlessly overdone action movie with a weak storyline. Worth it with the movie ticket!
This review is from Mission: Impossible 2 [Blu-ray] [With Movie Money] 
Luther may be the only continuity in the sequel, but it's such a blast from start to finish. The 4K transfer is exactly what fans needed - I don't remember it looking anywhere near as vibrant as it does here. The lossless audio is also leaps and bounds of an improvement.