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Young Guns II

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Billy the Kid and gang break loose from jail and certain hanging during the Lincoln County Wars.
Genre: Westerns
Rating: PG13
Release Date: 1-JUN-2004
Media Type: DVD

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This time around, the Brat Packers (Emilio Estevez, Christian Slater, Lou Diamond Phillips, Kiefer Sutherland) are on the run from the law and making a break for the border. Sutherland is yanked from his school-teaching job back East and extradited for trial, until he's liberated by the other members of the gang. There's a memorable scrap between Phillips and Slater, and a couple of pretty decent firefights, but all in all this is rather forgettable fare. It taps into the futility and camaraderie of classics like The Wild Bunch and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, but Sam Peckinpah or George Roy Hill it ain't. Jon Bon Jovi adds to the Rock-Stars-in-the-Old-West feel of this one, rife as it is with non-period dialogue and long, blowy hair. Still, fans of the original movie may find plenty to like in this sequel, even if it comes across as being a bit tired and turgid (notice there never was a Young Guns III). --Jerry Renshaw

Special Features

  • Behind-the-Scenes Footage
  • Documentaries

Product Details

  • Actors: Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Christian Slater, William Petersen
  • Directors: Geoff Murphy
  • Writers: John Fusco
  • Producers: David Nicksay, Dixie J. Capp, Gary Barber, Irby Smith, James G. Robinson
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2004
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (307 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000399WE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,708 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Young Guns II" on IMDb

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Not many sequels surpass their original sibling but this DVD does. Billy's back, so is Pat Garrrett (although he is played by a different actor) and this is the showdown. This movie is the story of an old man claiming to be Billy who is after the pardon he was promised almost a lifetime ago. This movie picks up pretty much a year after Young Guns left off with the surviving regulators being round up and set for a hanging. Meanwhile Billy is being promised a pardon by the governor in return for testimony against his old enemies who killed John Tunstall. Of course there is no pardon and Billy must escape and rescue his pals. Pat Garrett is of course paid a lot of money to turn on Billy, track him down and bring him to justice.

Out of the two Young Guns movies this is the more well known story of the life of Billy the Kid. You don't actually need to have seen the original to enjoy this movie but the original is pretty good too so you might as well.

The trailer for the movie is also included which is pretty interesting to see how it was marketed in the USA. There's also a featurette which is a sort of behind the scenes, interview with the actors type thing. It's pretty interesting. You can also just watch the credits if you want to listen to Jon Bon Jovi's Blaze of Glory and Billy get Your Guns songs.

Like Young Guns this movie has an excellent cast with Keifer Sutherland, Emilio Estevez, Christian Slater and Lou Diamond Phillips being the most famous ones. My only criticism is that they used William Petersen a different actor to play Pat Garrett than Patrick Wayne who played him in Young Guns. Once you get used to this it doesn't matter. This is a sensational DVD you should buy it as well as Young Guns. If you love the movie consider buying Blaze of Glory the solo album inspired by the film by Jon Bon Jovi as it'll take you back memory wise to the film each time you play it.
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At least once a year, I'll drag out my DVD of Young Guns and watch it. I owned it on VHS first, then bought the disc. And I watch out for Young Guns 2 to pop up on cable, or rent it after I watch the first. I have seen the two movies several times, DOZENS of times. Yes, it's THAT good. Young Guns, and this sequel, just had all the right chemistry to make magic! Pure magic.! Rare magic. The YG movies were by far Emilio Estevez's greatest work. He never quite rose to the level of fame attained by his bro, Charlie sheen, but for Billy the Kid? Estevez was a perfect fit; the crazy laugh, and lunatic antics, his portrayal of William H Bonnie was instrumental in making the whole thing work. I don't think anyone else could have pulled it off like Estevez. And the same could be said for Lou Diamond Phillips, he had (still has) some success, but also never quite made another splash as big as when he played the "Mexican-Indian" character, Chavez. Kiefer Sutherland did marginally better. He already had a classic under his belt with his first movie Lost Boys, and is now doing well with a popular cable series. But in Young Guns, all of them together, formed a sort of perfect cohesiveness. Also, I believe that Bon Jovi's hit songs (Wanted Dead Or Alive for YG, and Blaze of Glory for YG2) really combined with the production to make the whole thing a perfect finished product.. A SPECIAL sort of greatness. Good enough to be watched over and over.
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Nothing wrong with the disc and/or the cover to it. The brat pack is back in Young Guns II, and they brought more guns. Where the first movie takes on the legend of the rise of Billy the Kid, this movie takes on the demise. Or I should say the alleged demise and suggests that there may be more to the story than history books are willing to tell. They go further with the action and youthful enthusiasm and move away from many of the revenge and comedic elements that made the first movie work. Not a bad movie, but not as good as the first. If you are looking for a first class western, keep looking. If you want a boys playing with guns in an action film set in the west, then you found what you are looking for.
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Young Guns 2 is an excellent sequel thats just as good as the first one and maybe even better but dont buy it from amazon instant video. It`s not formatted correctly. I`ve bought 15 movies from amazon instant video and this is the only one that was incorrectly framed so far. There`s still some picture missing on the sides from the enhancing unfortunately. Amazon was good with refunding me but its still a major disappointment. I thought this was only a netflix streaming issue but I guess not. I know some people like it reformatted so they don`t have black bars but I prefer its original theatrical format. This is one of the reasons I hate HD streaming. I just hope they release it on blu ray soon.
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By A Customer on December 29, 1999
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Western films have slowly deterierated in quality since the passing and changing of certain actors souch as John Wayne and Clint Eastwood. It is good to see a western that captures the same hearts as did earlier westerns. We need more movies like this one.
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Some legends are made in a blaze of glory. The Regulator gang is caught and jailed in Lincoln County. However, Billy the Kid breaks loose with his gang before the execution date and continues life on the run. The all-star cast from the first movie of the same name reprise their roles as the most famous Old West gang in recorded history. Bon Jovi supplies the soundtrack with the Emmy award winning song "Blaze of Glory". In 1879, Lincoln County is far more peaceful but the grudges remain. The Regulators are moving to Mexico but face stiff opposition from Billy the Kid's former friend named Pat Garrett. Was Billy the Kid actually shot by Garrett or was Brushy Bill, a man in the early 1900's, actually Billy the Kid who had connections with some U.S. Marshalls to get him out of the mess? You decide but remember to this day that there is some evidence for both sides.
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