Road House 2

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Overview

A group of malicious drug runners are attempting to take over the Black Pelican roadhouse, and it's up to the owner's nephew to beat down the bad guys and keep the club in the family in director Scott Ziehl's sequel to the 1989 Patrick Swayze cult classic. When undercover DEA agent Shane Johnathon Schaech learns that his uncle Nate has been brutally assaulted by thugs in a violent attempt to muscle away ownership of the battered bar owner's lucrative watering hole, he hastily comes to his uncle's rescue while ...
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Overview

A group of malicious drug runners are attempting to take over the Black Pelican roadhouse, and it's up to the owner's nephew to beat down the bad guys and keep the club in the family in director Scott Ziehl's sequel to the 1989 Patrick Swayze cult classic. When undercover DEA agent Shane Johnathon Schaech learns that his uncle Nate has been brutally assaulted by thugs in a violent attempt to muscle away ownership of the battered bar owner's lucrative watering hole, he hastily comes to his uncle's rescue while attempting to locate the powerful drug lord who authorized the attack. Now, as an endless barrage of drug runners descends upon the Black Pelican with every intention of using brute force to claim the place as their own, it's up to Shane to take on the toughest fighters in the underworld save his uncle's bar the only way that he knows how.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
More than 15 years after the original Patrick Swayze barroom brawler opus Road House, here comes a sequel, complete with just about everything that made the first one such a gas -- minus Sam Elliott and of course, Swayze himself. However, thanks to the movie gods, his character's son likes to kick hick butt just as much as his dear old dad. Cue in Johnathon Schaech, whose appearance here is a bit baffling, though his heart seems to be in it, as evidenced in his screenwriting credit could he have written all his own lines?. Really though, all Schaech needs to do is wear tight jeans, hook up with the hot country girl, and dish out the pain to redneck fools -- all of which he pulls off swimmingly with varying shades of dumb dude acting 101. The real key to Road House 2 lies in Jake Busey's lunatic performance as the small-town gangster villain, Wild Bill. Busey delivers the over-the-top goods with wild and uncontrolled glee as only a member of his family could. When it comes down to it, the rough and tumble world of Road House is effectively recreated here, with nutty villains, fan boats, and lots of fights of all kinds propelling the flick to its pleasing ending. Road House 2 won't change the world, but it's loads more entertaining than the average straight-to-DVD sequel, which stands for a whole lot in this day and age.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/9/2012
  • UPC: 883904283478
  • Original Release: 2006
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Johnathon Schaech Shane Tanner
Jake Busey
Will Patton
Technical Credits
Scott Ziehl Director
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    more from this reviewer

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    Real cool movie

    yaeh i pretty much liked this one lots of action a real good movie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    IF YOU THOUGHT THE FIRST ONE WAS GOOD....

    ACTION PACKED! Is the best way to describe Road House 2. Good Fights + Hot Girls = Great Movie!

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