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Predator 2 -- A police chief discovers that an invisible creature -- an extraterrestrial big game hunter known as the Predator -- is killing off criminals and cops and has targed him as its next victim.
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Amidst a territorial gang war, a sophisticated alien hunter stalks the citizens of Los Angeles and the only man between him and his prey is veteran L.A.P.D. officer, Lieutenant Mike Harrigan. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Kevin Peter Hall ... The Predator

Danny Glover ... Lieutenant Mike Harrigan

Gary Busey ... Peter Keyes

Rubén Blades ... Danny Archuleta (as Ruben Blades)

Maria Conchita Alonso ... Leona Cantrell

Bill Paxton ... Jerry Lambert

Robert Davi ... Captain Phil Heinemann

Adam Baldwin ... Garber

Kent McCord ... Captain B. Pilgrim

Morton Downey Jr. ... Tony Pope

Calvin Lockhart ... King Willie
Steve Kahan ... Sergeant
Henry Kingi ... El Scorpio
Corey Rand ... Ramon Vega

Elpidia Carrillo ... Anna
Lilyan Chauvin ... Irene Edwards
Michael Mark Edmondson ... Gold Tooth
Teri Weigel ... Colombian Girl
William R. Perry ... Subway Gang Leader
Alex Chapman ... Subway Gang
Gerard G. Williams ... Subway Gang

John Cann ... Subway Gang

Michael Papajohn ... Subway Gang
Louis Eppolito ... Patrolman (as Lou Eppolito)

Charles Haugk ... Charlie (as Charlie Haugk)

Sylvia Kauders ... Ruth

Charles David Richards ... Commuter
Julian Reyes ... Juan Beltran

Casey Sander ... Federal Team

Pat Skipper ... Federal Team
Carmine Zozzora ... Federal Team
Valerie Karasek ... Reporter
Chuck Boyd ... Reporter
David Starwalt ... Reporter
Abraham Alvarez ... Reporter
Jim Ishida ... Reporter

George Christy ... Reporter
Lucinda Weist ... Reporter
Richard Anthony Crenna ... Paramedic

Billy 'Sly' Williams ... Paramedic

Paulo Tocha ... Detective

Jsu Garcia ... Detective (as Nick Corri)
DeLynn Binzel ... Hooker

Tom Finnegan ... Officer
Patience Moore ... Officer
Kashka ... Jamaican
Jeffrey Reed ... Jamaican
Carl Pistilli ... Cop on Phone

Vonte Sweet ... Sweet (as Vonté Sweet)
Ronald Moss ... Jerome (as Ron Moss)
Brian Levinson ... Brian
Diana James ... Leona's Friend
Beth Kanar ... Woman Officer
Paul Abascal ... Cop

Michael Wiseman ... Cop
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ellen Dunning ... Extra (uncredited)
Robert Hammond ... Cop (uncredited)
Vladimir McCrary ... Jamaican Gang Member (uncredited)
Beverly Overstreet ... Girl at Fire Hydrant (uncredited)

Hal Rayle ... The Predator (voice) (uncredited)

Thomas Rosales Jr. ... El Scorpio Gang Member (uncredited)

Philip Weyland ... Man in Crushed Car (uncredited)

Directed by
Stephen Hopkins 
Writing credits
Jim Thomas (characters) &
John Thomas (characters)

Jim Thomas (written by) &
John Thomas (written by)

Produced by
Terry Carr .... co-producer
John Davis .... producer
Lawrence Gordon .... producer
Tom Joyner .... co-producer
Lloyd Levin .... executive producer
Michael Levy .... executive producer
Joel Silver .... producer
Suzanne Todd .... associate producer
Original Music by
Alan Silvestri 
Cinematography by
Peter Levy (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Mark Goldblatt 
Bert Lovitt 
Casting by
Jackie Burch 
Ferne Cassel 
Production Design by
Lawrence G. Paull 
Art Direction by
Geoff Hubbard 
Set Decoration by
Rick Simpson 
Costume Design by
Marilyn Vance  (as Marilyn Vance-Straker)
Makeup Department
Paul Abascal .... hair styles supervisor
Scott H. Eddo .... makeup designer
Michael Mills .... makeup supervisor
Don Sheldon .... hair stylist
Kevin Westmore .... makeup artist
Production Management
Tom Joyner .... unit production manager
Edward D. Markley .... additional production manager (as Ed Markley)
Jeanne Van Cott .... executive production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J. Tom Archuleta .... second assistant director
Christopher T. Gerrity .... second second assistant director (as Chris Gerrity)
Josh McLaglen .... first assistant director
Robert Grasmere .... second unit director: Predator and news sequences (uncredited)
Art Department
Clete Cetrone .... propmaker foreman
Dan Colegrove .... propmaker
Neil Garland .... propmaker gangboss
Louis M. Mann .... set designer (as Louis Mann)
Alan Manzer .... set designer (as Al Manzer)
Hank Mayo .... concept designer
Richard F. Mays .... set designer (as Richard Mays)
Luigi Mugavero .... set dresser
Clarence Lynn Price .... construction coordinator (as Lynn Price)
Peter Ramsey .... storyboard artist
Bruce Richter .... carpenter
Gerald Scaife .... construction auditor
Jordu Schell .... sculptor
Sally Thornton .... set designer
Tommy Tomlinson .... property master
Paul Vincent Fusco .... props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Alex Algarin .... sound re-recording mixer
David W. Alstadter .... foley recordist (as Dave Alstadter)
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
David Bartlett .... sound effects editor
Ron Bartlett .... sound editor
Ron Bartlett .... sound effects editor
Bruce Bell .... adr mixer (as Bruce R. Bell)
Dean Beville .... sound effects editor
William C. Carruth .... adr supervisor (as William Carruth)
Catherine Chase .... assistant dialogue editor
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
John Dunn .... sound effects editor
Donald Flick .... sound effects editor
Judee Flick .... sound effects editor
Stephen Hunter Flick .... sound effects
Gary S. Gerlich .... supervising dialogue editor
Dana Gustafson .... assistant sound editor
Bill Hargrave .... boom operator
Ron S. Herbes .... assistant adr editor
Ron S. Herbes .... assistant dialogue editor
Suzanne Hines .... assistant dialogue editor
Alan Holly .... foley mixer
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Pieter Hubbard .... dialogue editor
Elliott Koretz .... sound editor
Bruce Lacey .... adr editor
Susan Mazzei .... assistant sound editor
David Miranda .... adr mixer (as David N.C. Miranda)
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Richard Overton .... sound re-recording mixer
John Pospisil .... special sound effects (as John P.)
Richard Raguse .... sound mixer
Robert Renga .... sound recordist
Sergio Reyes .... sound re-recording mixer
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
Hal Sanders .... dialogue editor
B. Tennyson Sebastian III .... sound re-recording mixer
George Simpson .... sound effects editor
Ronald Sinclair .... adr editor
Gina Spiro .... assistant sound editor
Marvin Walowitz .... sound effects editor
David Lewis Yewdall .... sound effects editor (as David Yewdall)
Dennis Leonard .... post-production sound engineer (uncredited)
Harry E. Snodgrass .... creature sound designer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Larz Anderson .... special effects foreman
Albert Delgado .... special effects foreman
Roy Goode .... pyrotechnician
Robert S. Henderson .... special effects (as Robert Henderson)
Guy Himber .... creature shop mechanical department
Kevin Hudson .... special effects crew
Adam Jones .... art department: Stan Winston Studio
Adam Jones .... creature effects crew
Gary L. Karas .... special effects (as Gary Karas)
Eileen Kastner-Delago .... art department: Stan Winston Studio
Eileen Kastner-Delago .... special effects crew
Richard J. Landon .... mechanical department coordinator: Stan Winston Studio (as Richard Landon)
Shane Mahan .... art department coordinator: Stan Winston Studio
Curt Massof .... art department: Stan Winston Studio
Joe Montenegro .... special effects
Robert L. Olmstead .... special effects (as Robert Olmstead)
Ken Pepiot .... special effects supervisor
Mark Rappaport .... animatronic creature effects
Gintar Repecka .... special effects
Wayne Rose .... special effects
Robert E. Watson .... art department: Stan Winston Studio
Stan Winston .... special effects
Richard Zarro .... special effects
Sandy Collora .... concept artist (uncredited)
Jon Curtis Price .... special effects crew: creature shop mechanical department (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Nancy Bernstein .... visual effects producer: R/Greenberg Associates Inc.
Paul Gentry .... MoCo operator
Paul Gentry .... director of photography: miniatures
Rocco Gioffre .... matte artist
Robert Grasmere .... vifx visual effects supervisor
Joel Hynek .... visual effects supervisor
J.W. Kompare .... visual effects coordinator
Gregory L. McMurry .... visual effects
Christopher Nibley .... visual effects
John Nicolard .... visual effects
Jacques Stroweis .... computer graphics
Mark Sullivan .... matte artist
Pam Vick .... rotoscope artist
Larry Weiss .... computer graphics animator
Zoe Wells .... visual effects
Mark Whitlock .... matte artist
Gus Duron .... visual effects editor: Video Image (uncredited)
Joseph Thomas .... motion control crew (uncredited)
Mello Alexandria .... stunts
David Balcorta .... stunts
Perry Barndt .... stunts
Kenny Bates .... stunts (as Kenneth W. Bates)
Nathaniel Bellamy Jr. .... stunts
Janet Brady .... stunts
Robert C. Brown .... stunts
Tony Brubaker .... stunts
William H. Burton Jr. .... stunts (as William H. Burton)
David Burton .... stunts
Jeff Cadiente .... stunts
John Cann .... stunt performer
Mike Ceballos .... stunts
Phil Chong .... stunts
Gilbert B. Combs .... stunts (as Gil Combs)
Bob K. Cummings .... stunts
Gregg Dandridge .... stunts
Gary Davis .... stunt coordinator
Gary Davis .... stunts
Mike De Luna .... stunts
Lionel Douglass .... stunts
Rick Edwards .... stunts
Dane Farwell .... stunts
Lila Finn .... stunts
Bruce Gattenbein .... stunts (as Bruce Gantenbien)
Cody Glenn .... stunts
Ramiro González .... stunts
Marian Green .... stunts (as Marian E. Green)
Randy Hall .... stunts
James M. Halty .... stunts
Gene Hartline .... stunts
Joy Hooper .... stunts
Gregory James .... stunt player
Rick Kahana .... stunts
Dana Mackey .... stunts
Eric Mansker .... stunts
Rusty McClennon .... stunts
Cliff McLaughlin .... stunts
Gene McLaughlin .... stunts
Claude Jay McLin .... stunts
Alan Oliney .... stunts
Jimmy Ortega .... stunts (as Jim Ortega)
Manny Perry .... stunts
Chuck Picerni Jr. .... stunts
Steve Picerni .... stunts
James Pruitt .... stunts
Danny Rogers .... stunts
J.P. Romano .... stunts
Pat Romano .... stunts (as Patrick Romano)
Ronnie Rondell Jr. .... stunts (as Ronald R. Rondell)
Thomas Rosales Jr. .... stunts (as Tom Rosales Jr.)
Dennis Scott .... stunts (as Dennis R. Scott)
Brian Simpson .... stunts
Eddie Smith .... stunts
R. David Smith .... stunts
Ron Stein .... stunts
Tierre Turner .... stunts
William Upton .... stunts
Philip Weyland .... stunts
Eddie L. Watkins .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jenna Abrahamson-Minardi .... lighting technician
Stuart Abramson .... key grip (as Stu Abramson)
Robert Reed Altman .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Robert Altman)
Jack Anderson .... additional camera operator
Robert L. Blatman .... assistant camera
Foster K. Denker .... gaffer (as Foster Denker)
Laurence Flynn .... electrical best boy
Richard Foreman Jr. .... still photographer
Curtis Foster .... electrical best boy
Kevin C. Goff .... second assistant camera (as Kevin Goff)
Bill Greenberg .... electrician
Brooks P. Guyer .... louma crane operator
Frederick Iannone .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Lawrence Karman .... first assistant camera
Craig Kohtala .... best boy grip
Richard J. Lee Jr. .... rigging set lighting technician
Michael E. Little .... second unit: camera operator
James M. Muro .... Steadicam operator (as Jimmy Muro)
Butch Pierson .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Krishna Rao .... camera operator
Robert Ruiz .... assistant camera
Robert Rust .... dolly grip
Robert Sikora .... rigging gaffer
Mark Simon .... assistant camera
Vincent E. Toto .... assistant camera: Video Image Crew
Casting Department
Felicia Fasano .... casting assistant
Franklyn Warren .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elinor Bardach .... key costumer
James P. Cullen .... costumer
Daniel J. Lester .... costume supervisor (as Dan Lester)
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Robert Frazen .... assistant editor
Gillian L. Hutshing .... assistant editor (as Gillian Hutshing)
Uri Katoni .... assistant editor
Laura Krumholz .... first assistant editor
Keith Parrish .... color timer
Florent Retz .... first assistant editor (as Danny Retz)
Lorraine Salk .... first assistant editor
Mike Stanwick .... color timer (as Michael Stanwick)
Zoe Wells .... assistant editor
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist
James B. Campbell .... orchestrator
Kenneth Karman .... music editor
Hal Rayle .... predator vocalization
Dennis S. Sands .... music scoring mixer (as Dennis Sands)
Norman B. Schwartz .... special vocal effects
Steven L. Smith .... music preparation
Harry E. Snodgrass .... creature vocal design
Jacqueline Tager .... assistant music editor
James Thatcher .... musician: French horn
Jack Sheldon .... musician: trumpet (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Michael Avallon .... driver
Howard Bachrach .... transportation captain
Steve Duncan .... transportation coordinator
Dennis Junt .... driver: honeywagon
Dan Romero .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Caroline Allen .... crew: Video Image
Bill Basso .... puppeteer
Lisa Blok-Linson .... location manager
Craig Caton .... puppeteer
Jack Crain .... knife designer and manufacturer (as Jack W. Crain)
Fernando Cubillas .... production assistant
John 'D.J.' Des Jardin .... crew: Video Image
James Fred Donelson .... crew: Video Image
Kevin Duncan .... production assistant
Antoine Durr .... crew: Video Image
Howard Fannon .... arms specialist
Sonny P. Filippini .... script supervisor (as Sonny Filippini)
Art Fransen .... police technical advisor
David G. George .... assistant to executive producer
Martin Glover .... set production assistant
Robert Grasmere .... coordinator: Video Image (as Robert Grasmere Jr.)
Michael Grasso .... firearms advisor
Rhonda C. Gunner .... crew: Video Image
Richard E. Hollander .... crew: Video Image
Shelley Kirkwood .... unit publicist
Richard J. Landon .... puppeteer (as Richard Joseph Landon)
Shane Mahan .... puppeteer (as Shane P. Mahan)
Karen Mason .... puppeteer (as Karen I. Mason)
Bill McCamey .... on-set nurse
Mark E. McCreary .... puppeteer
George McDowell Agnew .... location manager (as George McDowell)
Rob McEntegart .... production legal
Kathy McHugh .... assistant production coordinator
Bart Mixon .... special weapons: O.W.L.F. team
Christopher Mollo .... assistant: Larry Gordon
Karen Penhale .... production coordinator
Scott D. Peterson .... crew: Video Image (as Scott Peterson)
Roger Porteous .... crew: Video Image
Larry Potoker .... crew: Video Image
Alan D. Purwin .... pilot (as Alan Purwin)
Giedra Rackauskas .... production executive (as Gig Rackauskas)
John Rosengrant .... puppeteer
Ian Stevenson .... puppeteer
Charles A. Tamburro .... pilot (as Chuck Tamburro)
Kellett Tighe .... assistant: Lawrence Gordon
John C. Wash .... crew: Video Image
Larry Weiss .... crew: Video Image
Stan Winston .... creature creation
Kris Wiseman McIntyre .... assistant: Stephen Hopkins
Billy Bowles .... adr voice (uncredited)
William Stout .... creature designer (uncredited)

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Rated R for strong violence and language, and for sensuality and drug content
108 min | Germany:93 min (TV version) (FSK 18 version) (heavily cut) | 103 min (vcd)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby SR (35 mm prints)
Argentina:16 | Australia:M (cut) | Australia:R (original rating) (uncut version) | Australia:MA (DVD rating) (2005) | Brazil:16 | Canada:R (DVD rating) | Canada:18+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-16 (cut) (1991) | Finland:K-18 (uncut) (1990) (2001) | France:12 | Germany:18 (original rating) (cut) | Germany:18 (re-rating) (uncut) (2014) | Germany:16 (heavily cut) (2010) | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (uncut) (2001) | Iceland:16 | India:A | Ireland:18 | Italy:VM18 (original rating) | Italy:VM14 (re-rating) | Malaysia:18PL | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:18 (video premiere) (1991) | Norway:(Banned) (1990-2003) (cinema release) | Peru:18 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:M18 | Singapore:PG13 (edited TV version) | South Korea:18 (VHS/DVD rating) | South Korea:15 (theatrical rating) (cable rating) | Sweden:15 | UK:15 (re-rating) (2007) | UK:18 (1990-2007) | USA:R | USA:TV-14 (cut TV version) | USA:NC-17 (uncut version)

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The actor who plays LAPD Captain Pilgrim is Kent McCord. This is a reference to "Adam-12" (1968), in which McCord played LAPD Police Officer Jim Reed.See more »
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When testing the alien spear tip, the female doctor says that they are viewing the image at 150,000 times normal magnification. However, when the camera cuts back to the doctor at the point at which she says "magnification", her lips aren't moving.See more »
[first lines]
Reporter:As drought-ridden Los Angeles swelters in agonizing heat, drug lords wage bloody warfare in the streets. Yet another open conflict... Oh, fuck this, get me out of here!
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140 out of 189 people found the following review useful.
Too hip for the room?, 27 January 2005
Author: Brandt Sponseller from New York City

Series Note: Although this is a sequel, it's not strictly necessary to watch this film after the first. I almost always to prefer to watch film series in order, but as the Predator films are not constructed as chapters in a novel, there may be some advantage to watching Predator 2 first--namely that the Predator itself is explained much better in this film, so it might help viewers fill out unstated backstory for the first film.

Set in a "future" 1997 (the film was released in 1990), we're shown a Los Angeles suffering from both a mounting heat wave and mounting anarchy. Lieutenant Mike Harrigan (Danny Glover) is a rule-breaking, short-tempered downtown cop. He works closely with Danny Archuleta (Ruben Blades), Leona (Maria Conchita Alonso) and recent transfer Jerry Lambert (Bill Paxton), all eccentrics in their own way, and all but Danny equally rule-breaking. The film begins with a Colombian drug gang engaging in a shoot-out with the cops. The police finally manage to defensively drive them into a building, but when they at last converge on the gang, it seems that somebody, or something, else has finished the job for the police. More drug gangs are attacked, and it seems as if there may be some kind of vigilante on the loose. But when a secretive government task squad, headed by Peter Keyes (Gary Busey), enters the picture and takes increasingly odd actions, it seems that something even more bizarre may be responsible (a fact also given away by the film's title, it's relationship to the Predator series, and obvious shots involving the titular character early in the film).

For my tastes, Predator 2 is an example that breaks the supposed trend that "sequels are never as good as their predecessors". I think Predator 2 is a brilliant film, better than the first film by two points. This one is a 10 out of 10 for me.

Let's get the more obvious comments out of the way first. As a horror and sci-fi leaning crime actioner, director Stephen Hopkins and writers Jim and John Thomas have created a fast-paced, exciting, visceral film. This is a story set against burgeoning anarchy and chaos is a gang-filled urban environment, and Hopkins appropriately never decreases the intensity of the film--we barely pause to take a breath. While that may be exhausting to some viewers, and the rapid pacing might lead some to confusion, anyone with a taste for action films should love it, plus the genre-melding is accomplished without a hitch.

The cast is quirky and excellent. Keep in mind that I have a taste for surrealism, camp, absurdism, and so on, so that makes me appreciate the acting in the film even more. I'm a big Bill Paxton fan. His performance in Predator 2 is a good example why. I also like Danny Glover a lot, and he turns in a great performance. Additionally, we have Gary Busey, one of the odder actors in Hollywood (just watch his comments on the DVD extras)--a fact that to me always pleasantly comes through in his characters, and the incomparable Morton Downey, Jr., basically playing his "real life" television talk show personality, is even present as a "guerilla" journalist.

The music, special effects and every other technical aspect are also excellent.

But what makes this film even better is the brilliance beneath the obvious aspects. The Predator, because of his goals, is usually unseen, hidden or camouflaged in his unique way, and most of the time he's watching others. Thus, Hopkins permeates the film with images of voyeurism, hidden views, reflections, veiled appearances, and so on. There are tens of brilliant shots through windows and/or showing our primary visuals through reflections. The heat, which not only amps up the chaotic atmosphere of the film, also enables Hopkins to make everyone sweaty throughout most of the film. The sweat creates reflections. There is the regular presence of the media covering the story, being voyeurs on the film's action. Sometimes we see things through their cameras. There are a lot of televisions and computer screens throughout the film. There is a subtle theme of voyeurism via public display of personal snapshots. We become literal voyeurs, in the sexual sense, by watching the film for one brief scene. The L.A. police become voyeurs of the task force's actions. During the subway scene, much of the action becomes hidden because of a marvelous strobe light effect. I wouldn't doubt that if we watched the film with only this aspect in mind, we would probably find it present in some way in every scene, in nearly every shot.

I know this film is sometimes panned, but it would be undeserved. It may be a case of the film being too hip for the room. In any event, you shouldn't miss Predator 2.

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