Darcy is back on the force, but still fights on as the Black Scorpion because "it's in her nature." This time, she fights Gangster Prankster; and a new villian emerges when the Mayor tries ... See full summary »
Darcy is back on the force, but still fights on as the Black Scorpion because "it's in her nature." This time, she fights Gangster Prankster; and a new villian emerges when the Mayor tries to protect his federal earthquake relief money: Aftershock. When the two villians team up and kidnap Argyle's girlfriend, Black Scorpion is faced with the theft of the Scorpionmobile and the imminent destruction of Angel City. Written by
Steve Boland <email@example.com>
I actually got this movie under the mistaken impression I was getting a Fred Williamson movie (which I believe is titled Black Cobra). Instead I got this direct to video Batman knock off. We've got a clear Joker rip-off villan, who's scenes are very over the top, and somewhat racist. The female protagonist and her lover who have no chemistry what so ever. The laughable female villan and the paper thin, Batman t.v. series plot, all played almost completely seriously even though this whole mess is very campy. The best part of this is Garrett Morris, who's actually pretty amusing as our heroine's mechanic. He's got to be an amazing one, since he's able to make/fix a car that can transform into an another one at the touch of a button. Overall, it provides a few laughs, even if its mostly boring.>
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