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Red Scorpion 2 (1994)

R | | Action, Drama | 27 April 1995 (USA)
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 ... See full summary »

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Nick Stone
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Andrew Kendrick
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Sam Guiness
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Vince D'Angelo
Michael Covert ...
Billy Ryan
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Winston 'Mad Dog' Powell
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Mr. Benjamin
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Gregori
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Col. West
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Hans
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Donna
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Steinberg
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Joe
Anthony Stamboulieh ...
Abdu
Samantha Schubert ...
Renee
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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 Rob Hartill

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America Has A Brave New Weapon.

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Action | Drama

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Rated R for strong non-stop violence and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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Red Scorpion 2: Spear of Destiny  »

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One of five action films from the 90's where Matt McColm starred as a lead. The other four are: "Subterfuge" (1996), "Acts of Betrayal" (1997), "The Protector" (1998), and a 1997 lost film "Fight and Revenge". See more »

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Follows Red Scorpion (1988) See more »

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Jesus Sings the Blues
Performed by Junkhouse
Written by Wilson/Junkhouse
Published by Sony Music Publishing Inc.
Junkhouse Music (SOCAN)
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Because Red Lobster isn't quite as imposing...
23 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This time Matt McColm leads a band of commandos against white supremacists who shoot up Christian night clubs (After they separate and target the minorities) as well as bunch of other stuff in this unrelated sequel. I must admit I was no fan of the first film, (You can read my review of it, if you click my name.) but certainly it deserved a better follow up than this? Who is this Matt McColm anyway? How bad can a movie be that even Dolph Lundgren wants no part of. (And I like Dolph Lundgren) The only thing that makes this thing so fun is just how ludicrous and stupid it is. John Savage gives a performance of such awful Z-grade quality that I was tempted to give this a higher rating. Savage is so hammy he could be a subway commercial. Also the sequences involving the slaughter of various minorities, or the liberal journalist and so on is so overwrought that it will make even the most soft hearted liberal laugh. Plus Jennifer Rubin has a hard time either keeping her clothes on, or staying untied. Red Scorpion 2 is just that type of film.

* out of 4-(Bad)


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