Debt collectors French and Sue get to work doing what they do best _ cracking skulls and breaking bones _ as they chase down the various lowlifes who owe money to their boss, Tommy. They're summoned to Las Vegas to collect from a dirty casino owner, who happens to be a vicious ex-lover of Sue's. Meanwhile, a notorious drug kingpin is on the warpath to kill French and Sue to avenge his brother's death. Facing danger from all angles, the pair will have no other choice but to fight their way out of an explosively dangerous situation.Written by
I've quite enjoyed Johnson's last few movies, but with the way the first one ended this was clearly a forced sequel and it feels like one. The story is weak and most (with 1-2 exceptions) of the action scenes were pretty forgettable. The big shootout in the end in particular had some really weird and glaring editing problems. Adkins and Mandylor's chemistry is really the only thing carrying this movie. I wouldn't call it outright bad, but it's a somewhat weak effort compared to much better previous Johnson productions like Avengement, Accident Man, Triple Threat, and the first Debt Collector.
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