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An elite group of "soldiers" are assigned the job of infultrating a right-wing militia group. Each team member has unique skills (what's new ?). The right wingers have a heavily guarded camp, and are about to launch a nationwide campaign of violent action.. Will our heroes thwart the neo-nazis in time.... Written by
I found RED SCORPION to be a mildly entertaining action flick with a few good fight scenes, but nothing more. Then a couple days after I saw the first RED SCORPION, I saw RED SCORPION 2 on cable. To my surprise, RED SCORPION 2 was a lot better than the first. The action scenes were better, the acting was an improvement over the acting the first film [though it still wasn't very good], and the movie was actually clever. What I also like about it was you wouldn't have to see the first RED SCORPION to understand this one. I think that should be true with all sequels.
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