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3.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews

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Johnathan Schaech (The Sweetest Thing, 8MM2) stars in this action-packed sequel to the classic action film, Road House. When Nate Tanner, owner of the Black Pelican roadhouse, is beaten up by a local drug runner and his thugs trying to pressure him to sell them his club, his nephew Shane (Johnathan Schaech) comes to the small town to help run the club. Shane, an undercover DEA agent by profession, soon finds himself defending the roadhouse from a seemingly increasing number of drug runners, all intent on making the place their own.

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This unexpected sequel to the camp-cult favorite Road House delivers much of the same fast-n-furious action as its predecessor, though die-hard fans (and they're out there) might miss the over-the-top dialogue and plot devices that earned the original its reputation. Patrick Swayze, who starred in the first Road House picture, is nowhere to be found in the sequel--instead, it's Jonathan Schaech as a DEA agent with a connection to Swayze's character who comes to the aid of his uncle (Will Patton in a rare non-villainous role), the owner of a Louisiana bar that's come under siege by a local drug dealer (Jake Busey, who chews scenery with vigor). What follows is a barrage of bar brawls and room-wrecking stunts as Schaech takes his rightful place as the world's toughest bouncer. Suffice it to say that if you own the first Road House movie (or at least watched it more than once), you'll find the sequel a worthwhile follow-up. --Paul Gaita

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  • Actors: Johnathon Schaech, Crystal Mantecon, Jake Busey, Will Patton, Ellen Hollman
  • Directors: Scott Ziehl
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony
  • DVD Release Date: July 18, 2006
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FI8MQ6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,434 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Road House 2" on IMDb

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Being a big fan of the original 'classic' bar brawl movie Roadhouse, I was not expecting much from the sequel. However I was pleasantly suprised. This was a good decent solid action flick with plenty of good music, good fights, good eye candy and above average acting from all concerned. Some nods to the original in this film, largely relating to Daltons son, played well by Johnathon Schaech. Jake Busey carrying the bad guy torch was also fun to watch.
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Fans of the original "Road House" may argue the merits of any sequel, but RH 2 is a worthy successor to the Eighties cult favorite. This Son of Swayze chapter moves briskly from New York to Louisiana where Dalton offspring Johnathon Schaech must defend the Black Pelican bar, now his uncle's bayou domain, against takeover by a southern crime syndicate. The ensuing battle sets the stage for a rowdy mix of fist fights and redneck sideshows in keeping with the first RH. There's much to cheer in this welcomed summer release including beautiful locations and heroic charisma from the lead. Two superb actors, Richard Norton as the criminal kingpin and Will Patton as the good uncle, distinguish the project in their supporting roles. Given the talents of these actors, they are not allowed enough screen time. Norton's well tailored Victor Cross is the type of villain that audiences relish. Norton plays him perfectly, as a methodically menacing overlord from Miami. When Norton, a famed martial artist, and Schaech are unleashed against each other, the movie finally delivers an edgy fight scene. More room in this "House" should have been reserved for Norton. If the series has another entry, it will be a smart move to encore Norton

and his character as the franchise's bad guy. Victor Cross is a suitable crocodile to keep those Dalton boys busy!
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Wow! A sequel to Patrick Swayze's legendary "Road House"! I didn't know this existed until it fell into my lap. Expecting nothing I was pleasantly surprised while also realizing that ANY expectations would've been met with a direct-to-video jab to the ribs. So if you go into this thinking it's good or a decent continuation of the story you will be disappointed. Let's face it, the original "Road House", as fun as it is, is a cheesy, slightly unconventional B-movie that was released theatrically and actually did well. This sequel replaces some of the original's fist-fights with more conventional shoot-outs and explosions, while still having a reasonable amount of fist-fights. I prefer the elder's method. This is also even dumber and not nearly as cohesive.

Shane Tanner (Jonathon Schaech, "The Doom Generation") is a D.E.A. agent, working in New York, when he receives a phone call from a Louisiana deputy saying that his Uncle Nate (Will Patton, "Remember the Titans") is in intensive-care after he was found with the crap kicked out of him. Upon arrival, the sheriff's department seeems content to call it random, which Tanner ain't buyin'. His uncle is the owner of The Black Pelican, a bar located in the bayou that local drug dealer Wild Bill (Jake Busey, "Starship Troopers") has been making lucrative offers on for quite some time. Seems Nate wouldn't sell and the club's location is geographically convenient for large-scale narcotics transactions. Shane decides not to close or sell the bar and will have to contend with Bill's goons causing more trouble. Oh, and yes, this is a direct sequel and Shane is supposed to be Dalton's son, though the name discrepancy is never explained.

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Most of you movie fans perhaps might not have known there was a sequel to Patrick Swayze's "Roadhouse" movie. This one which of course has little to do with the first is still a decent sequel; while it has some down sides, I still recommend it, as I was pleasantly surprised with the story and action. All in all since I got it for around $3.00, it's not a bad deal at all. Maybe watch it first before you decide to buy it-- if you can.
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By Sugga40827 on September 23, 2012
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I read some of the reviews on here before buying. There weren't many good reviews, but I took a chance any ways. I enjoy this movie. I think it is some what like the first Road House. It's not as good. But I am ok with that.
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Roadhouse has become an inarguable cult classic. It was well made, had some decent actors in it, had some good fight sequences, hot women, and was tongue in cheek funny (whether the latter was intended or not.) Roadhouse 2 is a by-the-numbers sequel in almost every sense. It is basically the same as its namesake only not as good. It was a shame that the film-makers were unable to get Patrick "Dalton" Swayze to commit to making the sequel to reprise his role, if nothing else as a mentor to the next generation of world-famous bouncers. In this era of direct to video sequels of older movies in the attempt to create new "franchises" you could do worse than Roadhouse 2.
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I loved the original Roadhouse and did not think a sequel could keep my interest, but was I wrong! Johnathon Schaech really does Patrick Swayze justice! He was very believable as Dalton's son and was awesome in the fight scenes! This sequel was very entertaining and great fight scenes. Johnathon is sexy and has my vote! Summer sizzles with this DVD!
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