A robot created by the military falls into the hands of a group of mercenaries. It's up to the son of the man who created the robot to stop the mercenaries before they sell the robot to a foreign power.
When a mystical scarab stone falls into the hand of an archaeologist, an evil villain known as the Sphinx tries to retrieve it, unaware that the stone has transformed the archaeologist into the super powered hero The Scarab.
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After a crime boss has Tony Quinn blinded by acid, Tony is given the ability to see in the dark like a bat. Them he takes the guise of the Black Bat to see to it that crime does not pay and that the scales of justice are balanced once more.
The Bonesetter, a child-killer long thought destroyed is brought back when a minion of his abducts some children on sacrifices them so that the monster can live again. Kyle (writer/director Brett Kelly) once again has to put a stop to the beast with the help of his police officer friend, Jackman (Mark Courneyea, reprising his role from the first film). This time around the Bonesetter takes an interest in Kyle's pregnant wife as well.
I have never seen the first Bonesetter film (unlike this one it's not on Instant Netflix viewing and I'm not going to be bothered going out of my way to rent it). But to the best of my deductive abilities this film seems pretty much like a retread of the previous film. It has atrocious acting, some unintentionally funny (the crazy eyes scene) and other just abysmal (the woman who play's Jackman's girlfriend is particularly heinous) Oh and the movie goes out of it's way to insult mentally disabled people in such an unfeeling way that Barry 'my bowling is like the special Olympics' Hussein Obama himself would be proud.
My Grade: F
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