Heroes Mickey and his best friend, Sully, are forced to take on a mission to save our country from the evil plans of Admiral Ironsides. The Admiral and his motley crew of modern day pirates...
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Heroes Mickey and his best friend, Sully, are forced to take on a mission to save our country from the evil plans of Admiral Ironsides. The Admiral and his motley crew of modern day pirates have taken control of a large merchant ship with plans of deploying a new type of weapon that could destroy every electronic device on Earth. If Ironsides succeeds, it could be the end of the world as we know it.Written by
Executive Producer Stephen Afendoulis
After saving the country from the revived Copperheads in the first Mickey Matson film, young Derek Brandon gets put into an exclusive patriotic society along with his girlfriend Francesa DeRosa. But after his good work in doing in those Copperheads this society just says don't call us, we'll call you. Naturally he thinks this all a big hype until............
Now it's very world in danger with a Captain Jack Sparrow like character who leads some modern pirates who has studied the work of Nicole Tesla who recently has acquired something of a scientific cult status. Using Tesla's research pirate captain Frank Collison has developed a pulsating ray that will fry all the electronic devices on earth. Something I think invading Klingons are more likely to use.
As it turns out Christopher Lloyd from the first film is very much alive and that is welcome to young Derek Brandon the title character. He and Collison make a good pair of foes and both are having a real contest in scenery chewing.
But the real appetite for furniture is found in a pair of character players Peter Adrian Sudarso and Frank Drank who are new pirate recruits. They're kind of like Bulk and Skull from the original Power Rangers group and they're just as bright. They also are funny as all get out.
I'm in agreement with the previous reviewer, all the adult scenery chewing really makes the Pirate Code suitable or at least bearable for adults. It also makes this Mickey Matson film slightly better than the first.
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