Street Kings 2: Motor City
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Though I can not say that Street Kings: Motor City is in any way an original idea of or for a film, I would have to say they took the goose and squeezed a little golden egg out of the franchise. Motor City is engaging, and emotional, fast and violent. It endears itself to you with brilliant lighting and superb sound foley work. There is a scene of Marty Kingston walking through a graffiti laden skeletal edifice that was simply inspired. The camera work is all top notch. Chris Fisher uses brilliant angles and shots and excelled at the quick and deadly FX he chose. The Story is not original and somewhat predictable, though there are a few unexpected curves in the road. Street Kings: Motor City though not an original in anyway carves a niche for itself in the overpopulated gritty crime drama genera with excellent acting. Ray Liotta and Clifton Powell knock it out the park. Cliften Powell did not have as much screen time as I had hoped but he left me satisfied.Read more ›
for people looking for a movie to watch this in my opinion is not a good movie, but for collectors like me, who want "full series" of movies that were favorites (the first one) then id get it, but dont get your hopes up for the movies "cinematic value"
if theres something else you have to do, like pay your taxes, get a root canal, or do do the dishes i would chose those
Anyway, this film would've been better if its issues were fixed. Skip this flick, its disappointing. 4.5/10
This formulaic murder-mystery opens three years before a Detroit cop killing spree. Metro Narcs swap lead with angry drug dealers after they blow their cover. Marty Kingston (Ray Liotta of "Goodfellas") shoots a coked-up thug. Marty's slugs don't stop Mikey (Tim Holmes of "Asian Task Force") who disarms him and then shoots Marty in the right thigh before back-up arrives to blast Mikey. Marty and his crew confiscate $3 million dollars.Read more ›
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The delivery was fast but I didn't like the movie so much...Published 4 months ago by Rodney L. Cooper Sr.
Lame sequel. I wasn't a huge fan of the first Street Kings, but thought it had enough action and Keanu Reeves to fit the bill. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gwadovski
Horrible. I can't believe that an established actor such as Ray Liotta lowered himself to participate in such a film.Published 11 months ago by Rick
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