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Everything you could want and more in a Lambert movie sequel.
Well, lets be honest here, the first Fortress movie was nothing too special even though it was directed by Stuart Gordon and featured some excellent cheese filled moments. You may think that the craptacular enjoyment provided by the first movie would translate over to the lower budgeted, even more b sequel.
Sadly I was totally wrong with this assumption.
Things just happen in this movie... There's really no effort by the script or director to give us any characterization. We're stuck with " Brennick is in prison, now he must bust out " as soon as the movie starts.
There's plot holes galore, stupid scenes, and some terrible special FX.
Lambert must have been really hungry for the fifty or so grand he was paid to do this train wreck.
I'm a fan of cheeseball, low budget films... But they have to at least be entertaining in some form or another to be enjoyable to me. There are a few moments like that found in this film, but unless you want to see how NOT to make a movie, don't bother with this one.
1 out of 5.
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