Kickboxer 2: The Road Back
Kickboxer 2: The Road Back
PG-13 | 14 June 1991 (USA)
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In this rousing sequel to Kickboxer, Tong Po broods about his defeat at the hands of Kurt Sloan. Po and his managers resort to drastic measures to goad Kurt's brother into the ring for a rematch.

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SpuffyWeb

Sadly Over-hyped

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ChanBot

i must have seen a different film!!

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Executscan

Expected more

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Mandeep Tyson

The acting in this movie is really good.

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sveknu

First of all, I daresay that the rating for this movie is too low. I give it a 5 out of 10, which is more in line with the overall quality of this than the measly 3.3 displayed on the IMDb at the moment. It's of course nowhere near as good as the first Kickboxer, but it doesn't have to be. Sasha Mitchell is no van Damme, but he does his job in a way I won't complain about. One of the good things about this is the return of Michael Qissi as Tong Po. This gives a link to the first film and makes the whole thing more interesting. But most importantly, the fight scenes are decent, the plot is not that bad and if you sit back and relax you'll see that this movie is entertaining if you have the right kind of expectations beforehand. Nothing Oscar-worthy, but as a simple martial arts/action movie this is more than OK for a night's viewing.

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disdressed12

this sequel is nowhere near as good as the original.there is lots of blood in this one,courtesy of the fight scenes.,which is a good thing.the fight scenes themselves aren't too bad.however, if found the plot to be lame and uninteresting.this martial arts movie did not really engage my interest very much.this movie lacks the depth(i,i said depth and martial arts movie in the same sentence)of the first film and even the following two sequels.the worst part of the experience is the song selections and choice of band.who picks this crap.these guy don't even rate as flea bag bar band.and the songs are pathetic.the only good things in this movie are Sasha Mitchell,who makes a credible hero and Dennis Chan,who plays the wise oriental sidekick.i suppose i could eke out a 5/10 for this movie,since it is watchable,but the music just sucks so damn bad,i have to give "Kickboxer 2" 4/10

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Seth Nelson

When a viewer comes upon a random title, such as "Kickboxer 2: The Road Back," one would think that the movie would stink because only retarded young men would stay up late and watch movies like this every Friday night, right?Actually, you're wrong.This movie defines the true American hero. Move over, Rambo! Move over, Terminator! Move over, Jackie Chan!!!!! The Kickboxer is here to put those bad thugs in the trash - where they belong!!!!! Being a series of action movies which had its start back in the 1980s, it has what these movies usually have - retro exciting music, body slams, blows in the face, pounds to the stomach, showing what being an American can really be - everything like this makes this sequel to the first "Kickboxer" terrific!While I thought of this movie as genius, many people did not, unfortunately.10/10

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Frank Markland

David Sloan (Sasha Mitchell) is content to keep his nose clean and stay out of the kickboxing business (Yeah, right) and run a gym that caters to kids. However his gym is on hard times and the only way to keep the gym his brothers helped build is to fight again. Enter Tong Po(Michael Qissi) who is looking to regain his honor after losing to Sloan's older brother Kurt(Who was played by Van Damme in # 1) Suffice to say David will have to step into the ring. I picked up the Kickboxer 5 pack because I remember seeing these on Cable TV when I was younger and enjoying them a lot. While there is some fun to be had in this sequel there is far too much plot that stops the movie dead in it's tracks. Mitchell is an adequate martial artist and okay actor but the role gives him little to do and it's only the well staged fight sequences which give K2 the only watchable edge it has.* * out of 4-(Fair)

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