The Condemned 2


Action / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 4.3 10 1716


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Eric Roberts as Frank Tanner
Wes Studi as Cyrus Merrick
Randy Orton as Will Tanner
Steven Michael Quezada as Raul Baccaro
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667.5 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by carlman-98246 4 / 10

It's your life. And the odds are not good

You, not so much. Dang, that just got me about $1M dollars. In bitcoin. I should've bet earlier on the actors living earlier at the end of the movie. Eric Roberts is one of those guys that you can't trust, ever. Oh, wait, was that a spoiler? Don't believe it.

Stupid movie. Bad acting. Enjoyable waste of time.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10

Straight-to-video action clunker

THE CONDEMNED 2 is a late-stage straight-to-video sequel for a 2007 action flick starring Steve Austin. It has no connection with that movie expect to feature another tournament in which characters fight to the death for audience entertainment, although the setting isn't an island here but instead the action merely plays out in the desert countryside. Another former wrestler takes the lead role, but Randy Orton is completely terrible and has all of the charisma and acting ability of a garden ornament.

The film's plot is clichéd and predictable, although it's fun to see what Wes Studi has been up to as of late. There are plentiful action scenes but none of them are particularly great, merely middling and acceptable at best. The dialogue is very poor and the film seems to go on forever despite a relatively short running time. At least Eric Roberts doesn't have to play the villain this time around.

Reviewed by a_chinn 1 / 10

Bad sequel to an okay ripoff of "Battle Royale"

The WWE made a direct-to-video sequel of their ripoff film of the Japanese cult classic "Battle Royale" that's painfully dull. No Steve Austin this time and instead the wrestler star is Randy Orton (I'm not familiar with him as a wrestler, but I do remember his dad, "Cowboy" Bob Orton). The original film stuck much closer to "Battle Royale," with unwitting victims finding themselves trapped on an island, wearing explosive collars, and then being told they have to kill each other in a set amount of time or all of their collars will explode. That was all straight out of Kinji Fukasaku's "Battle Royale," though I suppose one could argue that Fukasaku's film (based on a Japanese novel) was really a more violent update of "The Most Dangerous Game." However, the original Condemned, although derivative, was still entertaining and had some decent action. This sequel felt super cheap, especially the low budget desert setting where the competitors find themselves once again killing each other off for the entertainment of others. Eric Roberts and Wes Studi do some slumming, but they can't make this film worth watching or even watchable. Dullsville.

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