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Here is the Bond man again as Mike Graham.
In this one you see a mutual chemistry between Graham and Sabrina.
He orders vodka martini, straight up with a twist.
This one could have been longer too.
It was unusual seeing Pierce with long hair, but you get the feeling by the opening that he just got back from this mission before they send him off to help Sabrina on a mission, and he just didn't have time for a hair cut and shave.
Anyway, he still looks great to me.
Detonator 2 is a little more light hearted in tone than the first one but its really no better of a movie. The plot is convoluted and dopey. The acting is somewhere between amateur and people hired from the local mall. William Devane hams it up during the action-packed but wholly unbelievable ending and then its over, leaving you feeling cheated out of quality entertainment.
What you have here is a James Bond movie without Bond. Maybe. Envision Brosnan in his Bond capacity and you have a standard Bond film. But otherwise it doesn't work so well. We accept that in the casino, James Bond will always hit the card he needs. When Brosnan hits a six card blackjack hand on the second deal, it is not believable. Nor is the way everything else magically falls into place. Alexandra Paul only got the role because of Baywatch, but she isn't sexy here in the least, and her acting is predictable.
I have not seen the first Detonator, maybe that changes how someone sees this one. But on its' own merits, this is not a bad film but there is nothing in the least outstanding about it.
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