Chuck's a POW in this prequel to Missing in Action.
May 17, 2009
Missing in Action 2 is a bad sequel to a bad movie. Actually, part two is worse than part one. The film is a "prequel" (despite the fact Braddock looks the same as he did in part one). The Colonel is a p.o.w. in "Vietnam". The "N.V.A." officer is portrayed by Korean actor Soon Tek-Oh. Wrestler Prof. Toru Tanaka is a "N.V.A." soldier. Real bad stuff from Cannon Films. Just another Chuck Norris vehicle that was filmed back-to back with Missing in Action. A boring film that has a very lackluster finale. The action is twice as bad, the acting is twice as horrid and the storyline is twice as implausible as the first film. If you have a strong constitution by all means watch Missing in Action 2!!!
Another bad film from Chuck Norris. Unlike some of his other films, this one is virtually unwatchable. The lack of logic and common sense is amazing! People actually bankrolled this movie? No wonder Cannon went belly up a few years later. By the time part three came out. They were on their last legs as a force in the low budget film market.
Filmed before Missing in Action.
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