Carl and James are two pleasant but unambitious garbage men. Carl has a telescope with which he observes his neighbors. One evening he sees a man giving a female neighbor a hard time. As ... See full summary »
Riggs and Murtaugh are at it again in this sequel to the original Lethal Weapon in 1987. When a red BMW crashes while they are chasing it, they discover the trunk is full of South African Krugerands. Their boss assigns them to protect a federal witness named Leo Getz to try and keep them out of trouble. When the witness reveals he has been doing business with South Africans, the story evolves into a fast moving chase. Written by
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On the side of Riggs' refrigerator is a U.S. Army Military Police School diploma. See more »
There are at least seven officers with Riggs and Murtaugh when they surround the BMW after it crashes, yet it is obvious towards the end of the pursuit that there are not enough officers in each car to make up this number. There are three patrol cars with one officer in each, plus a motorcycle cop, and the officer in the car the BMW hits before flipping (who does not appear to get out after-wards). At best this is five officers. See more »
[Murtaugh is holding a wounded Riggs in his arms after killing Aryan]
Hey Rog, could you reach into my pocket there?
[Murtaugh reaches into Riggs's pants pocket, and pulls out a pack of cigarettes, thinking he wants a last smoke before he dies]
Here you go.
I, I want you to throw those things away, those things'll kill ya.
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Double the lethal, double the weapon, double the fun! :D
A terrific sequel to one of the first action duo films that worked well. Adding Joe Pesci to the cast, what a great choice! He was so funny, together, Mel, Danny, and Joe are the three stooges of Lethal Weapon. They work together so well. This movie has everything that you could want: action, romance, comedy, and drama.
Again, like in my last Lethal Weapon comment, must we go on for ten sentences? I mean, is it just me or isn't that a little silly? I think so. It's like, you can't just put down you liked the movie or hated it? I miss the old IMDb! *sob!*
PS: Ask me questions about the movie if you have doubts about me witnessing it's glory.
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