Colonel James Braddock has a Vietnamese wife who was supposed to leave Vietnam with him when they evacuate. But she loses her papers and wasn't allowed in the embassy. Braddock went looking for her and her friend took the bracelet Braddock gave his wife and was in an explosion. When Braddock finds the body with bracelet, he assumes it's his wife so he leaves Vietnam. 12 years later a Reverend in Vietnam who was visiting the States approaches Braddock telling him that his wife is alive and that he has a son. Braddock doesn't believe him at first but when a man at the CIA asks him to meet with him, Braddock realizes it's true. So he tries to get them out. So he contacts a friend in Thailand to get what he needs. As they are about to leave, the CIA tries to stop him but Braddock gets away, gets his equipment and heads to Vietnam. When he arrives he goes to the orphanage for Amerasian children, where the Reverend works. He takes him to them and is surprised to see them and his son resents...Written by
Braddock's wife worked for the American Embassy in Saigon, and this is where Braddock originally went looking for her during the fall of Saigon. See more »
The signage seen in the Bangkok, Thailand scenes are written in Chinese characters. Also, the motor vehicles seen in the film are left-hand drive; vehicles sold in Thailand are right-hand drive. See more »
[preparing to torture Braddock]
You will find your first test quite challenging.
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German Video-Release (rated 16) was cut in many places to reduce violence (bullets impacting, the torture, wife's headshot front view, neck-breaks and more). Uncut Version was never released on Video but was to be seen one time on Free-Tv in 1996 See more »
Chuck Norris returns to Vietnam to rescue his wife (presumed dead and son (he didn't know he had). He also picks up thousands of Amer-Asian kids held captive as well and kills those who gets in his way. Norris co-scripted and his brother served as director in this weak sequel that's only a slight improvement over 'MIA2', but nothing more. My evaluation: *1/2 out of ****.
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