Chicago cop Robert Malone (Fred Williamson) finds himself in The Philippines, ostensibly to learn the techniques of Interpol. Before he exits the Manila airport, his wallet is stolen by a ... See full summary »
Chicago cop Robert Malone (Fred Williamson) finds himself in The Philippines, ostensibly to learn the techniques of Interpol. Before he exits the Manila airport, his wallet is stolen by a pickpocket. Malone endures a testy relationship with his new colleague Kevin McCall while evidence surrounding the stolen wallet pulls both of them deeper and deeper into a web of intrigue. Written by
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Fred Williamson is back as Detective Robert Malone...Oooh Yeeah!
I loved the first installment of this series and the sequel is just as good and maybe even a touch better than the previous installment but for me it is just all about Fred Williamson's character Detective Robert Malone, bringing justice to the streets, nailing the bad guys, he's bad, he's mean, he's gotta past that he'd love to forget and now he's gotta go to the Phillippines and work with INTERPOL to capture some terrorists. The character study between Hammond's character and Williamson's character and the reversal of their respective personalities that takes place towards the final shootout of the film is very interesting. The soundtrack to this film is awesome, really encompasses the creepy street vibe ala Jimmy Page's "Death Wish 2" score. Again I would recommend this film to anyone that doesn't judge films too harshly and would just rather sit back and watch some low budget action. 10 out of 10 stars any day of the week.
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