Speed 2: Cruise Control Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Speed 2: Cruise Control the Movie

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Bigger's certainly not better in this lame sequel. Annie's (Bullock) got a new beau, hot-headed cop Alex (Patric), and the twosome decide to go on a Caribbean cruise for a little romance. Annie's luck with transportation holds as the ship is taken over by villainous computer geek-with-a-grudge John Giger (a particularly wild-eyed Dafoe), who sends the liner on a collision course with an oil tanker. Since Alex is off performing heroics, there's not much togetherness and Annie's left to get taken hostage (again). De Bont spent $25 mil on the ship's endless crash into a Caribbean island, which still manages to look fake and only elicits "you've got to be kidding me" disappointment. Bullock's feisty but powerless to save the flick. Patric's bland, and Dafoe is never menancing enough to create any thrills. This sea disaster crashes against the rocks of high expectations and poor execution.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 123 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Sail Away, Hostage!, Revenge, Psychotics/Sociopaths, Island Fare, Cops, Technology--Rampant, Wonder Women
Jan De Bont, Jeff Nathanson, Randall McCormick
Richard Speight, Joe Morton, Enrique Murciano, Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Willem Dafoe, Temuera Morrison, Brian McCardie, Glenn Plummer, Royale Watkins, Colleen Camp, Lois Chiles, Michael G. (Mike) Hagerty, Kimmy Robertson, Christine Firkins, Bo Svenson, Patrika Darbo
Jack N. Green
Jan De Bont
Mark Mancina
Tim Conway
Jan De Bont, Mark Gordon, Blue Tulip


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