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Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance
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Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance

2015
Comedy, Suspense/Thriller
1h 34m
It's 25 years later, and Detective Frank Washington is forced to team up with his long estranged partner Joe Marshall to solve a series of assassinations. (imdb)
Franchise: Samurai Cop
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40th
60
Any goodwill earned by bringing back most of the original cast and padding it out with porn stars is immediately lost due to the inclusion of Bai Ling and Tommy Wiseau. The plot is head spinning nonsense that introduces several new characters in every scene who are never seen again, which is fun, but the constant winking references to the original movie make this feel more like a spoof of so-bad-they're-good movies instead of the genuine trash that was Samurai Cop. Decent fan service, I guess...
Rated
15th
32
Everyone looks kind of embarrassed to be in this. I felt the same way watching. I couldn't suppress a giggle every time a character has a minor pause during their line readings when trying to remember [Random Japanese Name]. All the old and tired looking people (and plastic surgery atrocities) made this hard to watch at times. I can't believe it, but Tommy Wiseau was the best part of this movie. Simply typing that probably unleashed a demon from some arcane prison somewhere. Woopsie!
Rated
25th
23
It's terrible, but also shitgood. The editing is terrible and makes no sense, the fights are horrible, the music is really bad and doesn't fit, the people are ugly; it's pretty much a trainwreck. And what a joy to see Wiseau in it too, he surprisingly fits well in this.
Rated
6th
50
You can't be intentionally unintentionally funny
Rated
5th
44
While the belated sequel is still objectively terrible in every measurable way, it's also aware of its terribleness. But make no mistake, rather than the product of a overconfident astoundingly incompetent filmmaker, this one is clearly a labor of love by a crowd of people whose only claim to fame is one bad movie from the 90's celebrated for its extreme awfulness. I can't imagine coming back together to make a terrible sequel twenty-four years later was nothing but a blast. So kudos to them.
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