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Enjoy it a lot. Silly with a poor understanding of the Internet and computers, full of cliched twists and turns, but also full of signature Brian DePalma shots and framing as well as Tom Cruise's absolute commitment. The second movie sucked, but by mission 3, the franchise had really come into its own.
The villain's masterplan is pretty lame, but the action and humor are pretty great. The movie has problems with tone (it gets unexpectedly sexual at the end, for example, when the rest of the movie doesn't have this at all), but when it works, it works really well. The violence is gratuitous and over-the-top, part of the pulpy attraction.
Definitely inferior to Monster, Inc. Doesn't add much that is interesting.
A gorgeous, psychologically complex masterpiece that helps as much as it entertains. And it is thoroughly entertaining, full of heart and humor and adventure. I feel a lot of viewers are going to start looking at the world and their emotions in a different, and hopefully helpful, way. That third act. Oh, my goodness. It was tough, amazing, hopeful, and human.
All the actors are great, Paul Rudd especially. Lots of humor. If the middle act is full of exposition, the third act is fantastic and the two stingers set up adventures to come. Can't wait to see it again!