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Zeiramu 2 (1994)

Intergalactic bounty hunters Iria and Bob return to track down an ancient mystical relic. When a second Zeiram unit shows up and goes berserk, it takes all of Iria's resources to survive a ... See full summary »

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Mitsuo Abe ...
Hagi
Francis Cherry ...
Caveman / Walla (2001) (voice)
Makio Hiraiwa
Shuta Hiromoto ...
Shaman / Walla (2001) (voice)
Yukijirô Hotaru ...
Kamiya
Kunihiro Ida ...
Teppei
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Gas-Mask / Walla (voice) (as Bob Bobson)
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Manager / Shopkeeper / Thug 2 (2001) (voice)
Satoshi Kurihara ...
Kanute
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Iria - 2001 (voice)
Monique Lindsley ...
Bandit / Sniper 1 (2001) (voice)
Dave Mallow ...
Bob (2001) (voice)
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Kamiya (2001) (voice)
Yûko Moriyama ...
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Intergalactic bounty hunters Iria and Bob return to track down an ancient mystical relic. When a second Zeiram unit shows up and goes berserk, it takes all of Iria's resources to survive a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the fearsome space creature. Written by Alex Smits

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Respectable follow-up to the original
3 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

This sequel to the 1991 hit Japanese movie is just as entertaining as the first movie. The plot contains a lot of elements from the first movie (i.e. being trapped in the Zone, etc.). With that said, the film covers a lot of familiar territory, although there are some significant differences. Zeiram's design is a lot different; he's a lot slicker, he has more weapons, and he's one heck of a fighter. There are also some new characters that appear in this film. Yuko Moriyama, reprising her role as Iria, is still beautiful and a joy to watch onscreen. Once again, this movie treats us to lots of gunplay, hi-tech kickboxing, interesting gadgets, and some cool looking monsters. The action scenes were a lot more exciting this time around. My only complaints are two graphically violent scenes (they're short though) and the fact that Zeiram doesn't evolve into some cool stop-motion monstrosity at the end. However, the end duel was quite fun. Overall, a solid entry in the series.


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