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Chuck Norris reprises his role as Delta Force leader Colonel Scott McCoy in this action sequel. This time round the action centres on Ramon Cota (Billy Drago), an evil Colombian drug baron who has taken a surveillance team of US government officials hostage. McCoy's elite Delta Force crew are soon on the case, mounting a ruthless assault on Cota's remote compound in San Carlos and stopping at nothing to bring him to justice.
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This time round Norris and his close comrade arrest a drugs baron, after he is released and takes terrible revenge on his friend Norris is finally forced into action as the all conquering hero as he single handedly invades a small South American country to rescue some of the Baron's hostages and take some personal revenge. The capture, release and revenge of the drugs baron seems to have been lifted directly from 1989's Licence to Kill. Going up against Billy Drago's gleefully nasty drug Baron (he is so much better here than his somewhat out of place appearance in Untouchables) Norris has a suitable comic book villain to contrast his almost superhuman heroics and good-guyness against.
The rest of the Delta Force also make an appearance, backing Norris up in the latter stages of his mission. This provides most of the humour in the film, with a funny yet well realised look at the politics of invading another country relatively secretly.
All in all another well done high octane thriller from Chuck Norris that doesn't require too much brain power and delivers on all the essential elements - action, nastier-than-though bad guys, more decent-than-though heroes, humour and a bit more action. A great night in with pizza, beer and friends film. 5 stars.
Of course extracting him by throwing him out of a plane is all in a days work to McCoy, but of course when taken to court he gets off and exacts his revenge by assassinating McCoy's partner's family, and then kidnapping several operatives.
This makes both the American government and McCoy very cross indeed, and so he is given a short amount of time to get prepared and wreak all holy justice on the naughty army of drug dealers...
I saw this last night and thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. Yes, I'd seen it before, but not since it was first released on VHS back in the day, and I was genuinely surprised at how enjoyable it actually was.
You get plenty of Chuck for your buck in this one (in a rather ratty wig!), as the film is packed with action right from the word go, this of course being before Norris went all mushy and started releasing his family films onto us; so he's still in one of his tough guy moods, meaning there's plenty of gratuitous violence, of the comic book variety, around just about every corner.
Nice to see Jaeckel in a role, even if he was underused.. Maybe the casting team were hoping for a subliminal Marvin vibe, using the Dirty Dozen actor, I dunno?
Even nicer to see was John P. Ryan, in a totally over the top performance (like he knows any other!Read more ›
Where to begin commenting on Delta Force 2? For a start, it has an unashamedly awful and truly despicable villain who oozes pure evil from every stinking orifice. When eccentric bad guys are not hammy, they are Ramon Cota (a sickening performance by Billy Drago). Cota is a Colombian drug lord, who ships massive amounts of cocaine into America. He kills DEA agents with unnatural glee, murders pregnant women, rapes women, murders their husbands, murders sick babies and uses their bodies to smuggle cocaine, he has a chamber of death in his living room with large viewing window for his pleasure. Make no mistake kiddies, this guy is lower than minus infinity. I am surprised that he didn't go further and start killing the Queen, the Pope, Mother Theresa, and Jesus himself just to prove how evil he was.
In a rare opportunity to catch him, Colonel Scott McCoy (the ever-bearded Chuck Norris) kidnaps Cota in mid-air as his plane sneaks through a corner of US airspace and drags him into court only to watch him leave with virtually no charge. More DEA agents are kidnapped and it's up to Chuck and his team of Commandos to rescue them from death.Read more ›
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Good picture quality but sadly let down by the lack of the film's movie trailer. It's listed on the menu but when you press it, a scene from the film plays. Read morePublished 1 day ago by junfanmann
Ramon Cora is exporting Cocaine to the USA so Col. Scott McCoy and his Delta Force arrest him and bring him to justice. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. J. Harrison
Chuck Norris is Excellent
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