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Chameleon II: Death Match (1999)

In this sequel to the made-for-TV sci-fi thriller Chameleon, Bobbie Phillips returns as Kam, a beautiful but deadly (and genetically altered) government agent who is called into action when... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bobbie Phillips ... Kam
Casey Siemaszko ... Jake Booker
Tasha Smith ... Webster, IBI Director
Kara Zediker ... Nicky Quade
John Waters ... Henry Kubica
Simon Westaway Simon Westaway ... Reynard Dulac
Mark Lee ... Steven Myers
Ben Lawson ... Tyler Kubica
Rhondda Findleton ... Eva
Don Battee ... Hugh
Jerome Ehlers Jerome Ehlers ... Erickson
Tom Betts Tom Betts ... Acosta
Jennifer Congram Jennifer Congram ... Leggy Beauty
Julian Garner ... Dekker
Andrew Buchanan Andrew Buchanan ... Ford, IBI Tech


In this sequel to the made-for-TV sci-fi thriller Chameleon, Bobbie Phillips returns as Kam, a beautiful but deadly (and genetically altered) government agent who is called into action when a criminal genius stages a daring raid, taking the clientele of an exclusive casino hostage.

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1999 (USA) See more »

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Camaleón 2, lucha mortal See more »

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Predator meets Diehard in a half decent picture
26 December 2000 | by beggerSee all my reviews

If anything positive should be said about "Chameleon II: Death Match" its that it IS entertaining. The cast also does a surprisingly good job of working with the B movie script. My largest complaint is that its almost a complete rip-off of classics like "Die Hard and "Predator". And Bruce Willis didn't need to be invisible to take out Hans. But however unoriginal the story is it is no worse than its predecessor its just 11 years too late...

The special effects used to make Bobbie Phillips vanish are impressive although that is basically a known element to the series. It is still impressive regardless. Also various lighting effects made this pleasurable from a tech standpoint to watch.

The formula is so used that it is painful to watch at points. The black women in charge but out of the action, the robbers who feel that they are in complete control (where do they get this idea?) and go through the process of their robbery like Hamlet making a choice, and the cliched lines make this film seem like the mother of all sequels. If it wasn't so easy to find the many parallels throughout to films I have seen before I would have no problem giving this movie higher than a 6.5 . Its unoriginality is so blatant that I am forced to hand a flat 6 to this high quality B Movie. Worth the watch if your local Video store is robbed and they leave this movie and "Water World".

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