The same “dragging jokes out” issue from the original was here, too. I still enjoyed it, though.
Dr. Evil was actually better this time around (thanks partly to Mini-Me), but a few of the other new additions were not so great.
They cut down on the “1960s feel” as far as the camera work goes, but there’s nothing to complain about.
Oh wow. They really ramped up the product placement in this one to almost Adam-Sandler-movie levels.
Just as expected, I’d be less willing to sit through this one a second time than the first one.