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Road House 2: Last Call (2006)

While he's deep undercover in New York, DEA agent Shane Tanner, the son of a legendary cooler named Dalton, learns that his uncle Nate Tanner got beat up by a group of men because he ... See full summary »

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Remake of the 1989 film 'Road House' about a bouncer at a rowdy bar.

Director: Nick Cassavetes
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While he's deep undercover in New York, DEA agent Shane Tanner, the son of a legendary cooler named Dalton, learns that his uncle Nate Tanner got beat up by a group of men because he doesn't want to sell the Black Pelican, his bar in Tyree, Louisiana. Shane takes off for Louisiana to find out who attacked Nate. Shane decides to stay in Nate's house for the time being, and run the Black Pelican in Nate's absence, much to the dismay of former Black Pelican cooler Bill "Wild Bill" Decarie. Wild Bill wants to buy the Black Pelican since it's located in a prime location for running drugs. The Black Pelican is close to the border, it's between Florida and Texas, and it's in an area where drugs can be smuggled pretty much undetected. But Shane doesn't want to sell, and damages the numerous thugs that Bill sends his way. Also, Dalton was murdered years ago, and Shane still wonders who killed Dalton. When Shane was a rookie state trooper in Tyree, Shane had come home from work one night, and ... Written by Todd Baldridge

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Rated R for strong violence, sexuality/nudity, language and drug content | See all certifications »

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Was supposed to film in New Orleans, Louisiana, however, switched locations after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. See more »

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Cars just don't explode when they are hit by another car. See more »

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Sherri, DEA: [Sherri, wearing strippers' uniform, takes Shane, who is handcuffed, into a room, sits him down on a table, and does sexy poses] You know, I kind of like this gig.
[Bends over and shakes her butt]
Sherri, DEA: It kind of turns me on.
[Sits in Shane's lap and does a lap dance, caressing him]
Shane Tanner: The least you can do is take off these cuffs.
Sherri, DEA: If I take off these cuffs, how do I know you're not gonna run?
Shane Tanner: You should think about this for a second career. You're pretty good at it.
Sherri, DEA: Why, thank you.
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Although 'Crystal Mantecon''s character is unnamed in the film, she is listed in the credits as "Sherri." See more »

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Follows Road House (1989) See more »

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Get On Tha Wall
Written by Delmaine Samuel
Performed by 'Ravin-Delmain'
Courtesy of DarccSide Recordings
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Dalton would be rollin' over in his grave
14 February 2007 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Well let's be fair. Following up a cult classic like Road House is no easy task. Now subtract Swayze from the equation and you get a monumental task. So with Patrick not on board whose bonehead idea was it to proceed anyway and make this piece of garbage? I am going to blame the director who didn't even provide 5 minutes of decent footage throughout the entire film. I was actually shocked they got Will Patton (Armaggedon) to jump on board. Johnathon Schaech did an OK job with the lead but the writing was atrocious. Turning down his partner brunette bombshell (Crystal Mantecon) in the film's first 5 minutes made me want to eject it right there. But I stuck with the film hoping to catch a glimpse of that great cheesy humor that worked so well with the Double Duece. No such luck. The cover of the DVD is hilarious, they show these two stacked blondes who make one 10 second appearance in the film. Costar Ellen Hollman actually puts in a decent performance as well. But again the effort is futile in a piece of garbage and disgrace such as this. Has Jake Busey ever been cast in a decent film? Could they not pull at least a few actors in from the first film for some kind of nostalgia treatment? Even one of the old bouncers or two, or Jeff Healey for a performance would have been nice. Take this film out of your Queue immediately. -LostFlix


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