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Not so much a review as an attempt to sort out the problems with the title. This film may be called "Last Line of Defense 2" in the UK but it was NOT made to be a sequel to "Last Line of Defense" (aka Interceptors, aka Interceptor Force), the alien fighting film, which (by unlucky coincidence) also starred Olivier Gruner...
There is another film called Interceptor Force 2 which *is* a sequel to the "Last Line of Defense" alien fighting movie which keeps Gruner as the same character and which, probably to avoid this confusion, is now available under the title "They Have Returned" in the UK (or "Alpha Force in Australia/USA)
Both the alien fighting films are directed by Phillip Roth.
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