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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)

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A massacre at a Russian airport leads to a war between Russia and the United States. Meanwhile, a Task Force is sent to find the perpetrators and bring the bloodshed to an end.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergeant Foley (voice)
Corporal Dunn (voice)
Makarov (voice)
Ghost (voice)
Nikolai (voice)
Captain Price (voice)
Gabriel Al-Rajhi ...
Additional Voice Talent (voice) (as Gabrielle Al-Rajhi)
Additional Voice Talent (voice) (as Eugene Alpers)
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Alex Bronquette ...
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Coy Clark ...
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Five years after the events of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007), Russia is in political turmoil once again. Vladimir Makarov, a brutal leader and former associate of Imran Zakhaev, has set in motion a series of events that will threaten global security. After a series of vicious terrorist attacks, the situation is deemed dangerous enough for Task Force 141, led by Captain Soap MacTavish and Co., to be deployed all around the world, attempting to track down Makarov and restore peace. Written by David C. and callofduty.wikia.com

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Action | Adventure | War


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Release Date:

10 November 2009 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Call of Duty 6  »

Box Office


$45,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$310,000,000 (World-wide) (10 November 2009)

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Did You Know?


Multiple references to the film "The Rock", including the shower room, the deployment of green flares to waive off fighters hitting a key structure at the last moment, and a military leader betraying his country for a military cause. See more »


In the cut scene in space you see the missile detonate over Washington DC. There are no clouds at all anywhere near the East coast, then later, from the ground you can see clouds in the sky as the sun is setting. later it begins raining and by the middle part of the mission it is raining quite hard. A storm of this magnitude would have been very easy to see from space. See more »


Corporal Dunn: ["Second Sun"; frightened by the aftermath of the EMP] What the hell are we gonna do now, man? Russians got us outnumbered, shit's falling from the sky - we're screwed, man! We're totally...
Sergeant Foley: *Shut up!* Get a grip, Corporal! Our weapons still work, which means we can still kick some ass!
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Crazy Credits

"Production babies", or babies born to participating companies' families during the development of the game, are listed throughout the credits. See more »


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A great single player and addicting as hell online multiplayer.
11 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Modern Warfare 2 is a massive game that has built a following as big as even the Halo franchise, and there is a lot of reasons why. First thing to go over is the singleplayer campaign. There is 18 missions in the game which is much more than the first Modern Warfare. Although this leads to some missions being a little short. One mission near the end actually took me like 5 minutes to finish. That in many ways can be ignored due to the great story, and brilliant visuals. There is also a lot of cool new addictions to the campaign also. Now there is times where you will drive a vehicle, and these moments produce some of the most adrenalin rushing moments in the game. The story telling for this game is much larger than the first game. While the first game had a huge HOLY SH*T with the nuke this game has several of these OH MY GOD moments. The plot twists are not seen coming, and they are very effective. Although there is some weak character development at times. In the first game you became attached to the characters, and hoped that they would be alive by the time the credits rolled. Here you don't get attached to characters as much as you did the first game. Then there is the thing we all know about. This game is simply gorgeous in the visual department. There is huge epic moments that will amaze you, and little things like an enemy not dead yet with his blood smearing on the ground he is crawling on that just show the expert crafting of this game. So that's the singleplayer, but we all know what we are here for. We want the multiplayer. To calls movie as addicting as coke and heroine combined is an understatement. There is and endless amount of hours than can be spilled into this game playing just Team Deathmatches alone. There is a great upgrade system. You can unlock different attachments and camouflage to your guns, unlock other guns, upgrade and unlock different perks, unlock different kill streak awards, unlock titles, unlock emblems, there is so much more than just leveling up when it comes to this game. Also I love kill streak awards here. You can get UAVs, care packages, predator missiles, even a nuke. You will spend hours playing this game, and you will only stop when you get the next Call of Duty game.

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