The plot is a re-hash of the first film's (And whilst watching that one I felt like I'd already seen it 1000 times before), the acting is largely bloody awful, and it's as predictable an action movie as they come.... But God damn does it have some fantastic, acrobatic filled, fight sequences! And that's due to both Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins, two actors that aren't going to be winning an Oscar any time soon, but really do know their martial arts.
I haven't seen a set of movie fights shot this well for what seems like years, and it really does show what an absolute joke all of this shakey cam/quick cut bullcrap editing, that features in a lot of today's big action flicks, is. (Bond&Bourne, I'm looking at you)
The slow down/speed up nature of the filming managed to feel fresh, and the crashing punches and kicks looked particularly wince worthy.
The only downer being that Michael Jai White understandably had to hold back ever so slightly, due to the fact that he was playing a championship boxer, it would have been nice to see him using all of his moves, but Adkins more than made up for that.
So to sum up, if you're an action film junkie and haven't had your fill of well shot fight sequences as of late, then you can't go wrong with this flick :)