Bon Cop Bad Cop 2

2017

Action / Comedy / Crime

89
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 2793

Synopsis


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Cast

Erik Knudsen as Jonathan
Colm Feore as Martin Ward
Noam Jenkins as Sylvio Dipietro
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 5 / 10

buddy cop appeal fading

It's 8 years since David Bouchard (Patrick Huard) and Martin Ward (Colm Feore) were forced onto the same case. Ward is now RCMP trying to take down a car thieve ring. They raid a warehouse and finds Bouchard working undercover. The ringleaders are nowhere to be found. Ward pretends to be Bouchard's hostage to ingratiate him into the organization.

Bouchard is often separated from Ward which diminishes the buddy cop aspect. It's a problem since that's the original's main appeal. There are some over-broad comedic touches especially the idiot Americans. The villains' scheme does not necessarily make sense but other stuff don't add up. The duo's chemistry is fine but the movie struggles to coast on that.

Reviewed by proud_luddite 6 / 10

Good acting, mixed movie

The two cops from the prequel, "Bon Cop, Bad Cop" (2006) are reunited in Montreal to solve a car theft operation that is linked to a terrorist plot: Martin Ward (Colm Feore), a Toronto anglophone who is now in the RCMP; and David Bouchard (Patrick Huard), a Montreal francophone who is working undercover within the car theft operation.

This film is a good-humoured cop caper with fine acting but the premise is far-fetched with a subplot that is resolved too quickly by the film's end. There are many good laughs in the film but it sometimes goes too far with scenes of violent torture being portrayed as "funny".

But praise must go to the two lead actors for their individual performances as well as their solid chemistry. Huard is hilarious as a character who is animalistic in his ways of working, living, and being. His soft side is also genuine in scenes involving his family. He also has a hilarious line directed at the U.S. President. Feore is superb in scenes of emotion involving his character's estranged son as well as his own health difficulties. Another acting bonus comes from Mariana Mazza who is hilarious as a hyper, foul-mouthed computer hack.

Reviewed by kosmasp 7 / 10

It's been a long time

Not for me though, I had the timing right. I just watched the first movie the other night and a couple of days later had this on the menu. You have the two main characters from the first one in this, but also some bit players. Although I didn't check if the kids from the first one are also playing the adult roles in this one. Now don't think because I make it sound like you have to watch the first one, you have to watch it. For story purposes you don't have to. To get little jokes (like the use of a french word for example) you would have to. And to get the relationship the two guys are having.

Having written all that, the movie holds up to the fun the first one was. But also the drama the other one had. It plays again on that thin line and stays mostly on the correct side of it, never really falling over. Action is good too and the story is suspensful enough. Good sequel then

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