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When a mobster is about to be indicted, one of his people James Moretti thinks he can get to Adam Warner, the vice President to stop it. So he arranges for lawyer Jeniffer Parker to get a job at a prestigious law firm. He knows Parker had an affair with Warner and Warner is the father of her son. When she meets him, she has nothing but contempt for him because his brother tried to kill he. Moretti thinks that Parker owes him so he tells her to tell Warner to stop the indictment. Parker reconnects with Warner much to the consternation of his wife. Written by
I found this movie a little disappointing after seeing the original Rage of Angels Starring Jaclyn Smith and Armand Assante. This movie basically picked up where the other movie left off w/the exception of instead of dealing with Armand Assante's character "Michael" we are left with Michael's vengeful brother who is played by Michael Nouri.
This sequel does have it's moments but fails to keep your interest. I think they could have made Michael Nouri's character a little more redeemable and maybe could have pursued a possible relationship with Jaclyn Smith's character "Jennifer".
If you are a Jaclyn Smith fan then you will probably enjoy this movie.
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