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Young Guns 2 [DVD] [1990] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000399WE
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Young Guns Ii

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By Spike Owen TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Aug. 2011
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Young Guns II is directed by Geoff Murphy and written by John Fusco. It stars Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Christian Slater, William Petersen, Alan Ruck and Balthazar Getty. Music is scored by Alan Silvestri, with contributions from Jon Bon Jovi, and cinematography is by Dean Semler

Brushy Bill Roberts, old and crusty, claims to be Billy The Kid. Which is quite a claim considering the Kid was long thought to have been killed by Patrick Floyd Garrett in 1881. Roberts tells a listening historian that after the break up of the Tunstall Regulators, the remaining members hooked up with Garrett and Arkansas Dave Rudabaugh and still lived the outlaw life.....

Young Guns was released in 1988 and became a big enough hit to warrant this sequel two years later. Reuniting gunslingers Billy the Kid (Estevez), Doc Scurlock (Sutherland) and Chavez (Phillips) from the first film, Young Guns II follows the same formula that worked two years previously. Billy is still a borderline nut case and his gang, for better or worse, follow him into a number of escapades. This time around, though, we have some added interest in the form of Christian Slater's cocky Rudabaugh, who, as an egotist, wants to run the gang himself. Things are further given a lift when Garrett (a darn fine William Petersen resplendent with major face fuzz) leaves the gang and is persuaded to become a law man. His first job being of course to catch Billy!

Both Young Guns movies are frowned upon by many old school Western purists, which to a degree I understand. They lack any sort of psychological aspects outside of a brat packer like cast shooting and quipping with care free abandon. Character depth is lacking so there is nothing on which to hang your hat on.
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By A Customer on 7 July 2003
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Great film, great soundtrack. It asks the question did Pat Garret really kill Billy the Kid? which I like. The song blood money by Jon Bon Jovi really sums up the emotion of Pat and Billy's relationship. As with the first film its funny in parts, serious in others and always has plenty of action. I can't get bored watching these films. When Billy makes a fake lynch mob to get Chavez and Doc out of prison is truely funny especially when the real lynch mob turn up. When the "Cincinati Kid" dies, Emilio does some great acting saying to Pat " you killed the boy Pat". The addition of Christian Slater to the cast was masterful, his rivalry with Chavez and their fight really adds to an already good film. Doc as usual is torn about what to do and really doesn't want to follow Billy. Billy's speech about finishing the game is my favourite part in the film especially when Doc says "lets finish the game Billy".
If you haven't seen it you won't be disappointed and if you have seen it you don't need to read reviews to know you need to buy it.
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Great western with many great shoot out scenes. The story of billy the kid is easily the best one I've seen to date. It's an amazing cast of actors who play off so well together and the story and plot of the movie keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way through great watch .
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after reading both books "the authentic life of billy the kid, and billy beyond the grave,I just had to buy young guns 2,and I throughly enjoyed the film and beyond the grave" buy both and you will find the the real answers.. ENJOY
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This movie is set some time after Young Guns (However like all great sequels you don't have to watch the 1st movie to enjoy this one). The movie is about Billy The Kid (Played again to perfection by Emilio Estevez in one of his greatest screen performances) and his 'pals' 'Doc' and 'Chavez' roles expertly played out by Keifer Sutherland and Lou Diamond Phillips. However this movie also explores the relationship between Billy and Pat Garrett (the great William Peterson) and shows how their relationship deteriorates from friends to foes.

One very interesting aspect of Young Guns 2 is that it switches styles from the first movie Young Guns, which had washed out classic western look similar to say 'The High Plains Drifter' with fast violent action and some glorious slow motion - Young Guns 2 has a different style to to it's predecessor, that of a Spaghetti Western style seen in movies such as 'The Good The Bad and The Ugly'. Young Guns 2 has beautifully shot Mexican locations and has some very stylized speeded up action scenes reminiscent of the Sergio Leone classics.

Not only does Young Guns 2 have some explosive action scenes, it has some great drama, you will really feel for Billy and his pals as they meet their maker one by one. Christian Slater provides some brilliant humor in the role of 'Arkansas' Dave Rudabaugh - His comic foreplay with Emilio Estevez provides the film with some of it's most memorable scenes.

At the time of it's release, the movie was so popular that there were rumors of a third movie in production but that never came to be unfortunately.

The whole movie is brilliantly filmed and edited and the soundtrack by Alan Sylvestri and Jon Bon Jovi is superb.

This is a must buy for fans of westerns, historical epics and great action movies.
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