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Delta Force 2: the Colombian Connection

Delta Force 2: the Colombian Connection

Aaron Norris (1990)

105min
18 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
This is a clumsy sequel to a film that itself was something of a shambles. At least the original had Lee Marvin heading the cast; here we're left with just stone-faced Chuck Norris, whose neck muscles do most of the acting. Where the original explored the theme of political terrorism (albeit with zero subtlety), the follow-up has Norris leading his anonymous bull-necked marines against the drug cartels of Colombia. Chuck's brother Aaron directs, artlessly serving up the requisite braindead action scenes. The movie is dedicated to the five people who died in a helicopter crash during shooting in the Philippines; sadly, it's not much of an epitaph.

Summary

A drug lord backed up by a personal army escapes justice in court for killing his enemies' families. Commando soldiers are sent to take him down, but are defeated and taken prisoner. However, a second unit is soon on the way to rescue the first, led by a colonel seeking revenge for his friend's murder. Action adventure sequel, starring Chuck Norris, Billy Drago and John P Ryan.

Cast & Crew

Colonel Scott McCoy Chuck Norris
Ramon Cota Billy Drago
General Taylor John P Ryan
John Page Richard Jaeckel
Quinquina Begona Plaza
Major Bobby Chavez Paul Perri
Miguel Hector Mercado
General Olmedo Mark Margolis
Director Aaron Norris
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: U.I.P. (UK) Guidance: Edited for some of its violence, and contains swearing. Available on: Available on video and DVD

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