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Plot: Paul Kersey, the vigilante, now lives in LA with his daughter, who is still recovering from her attack. He also has a new woman in his life. One day while with them, Kersey is mugged by some punks, Kersey fights back, but they get away. The leader, wanting to get back at Kersey, goes to his house, but Kersey and his daughter Carol are not there. The muggers rape his housekeeper, and when Kersey and his daughter arrive, they knock him out and kidnap her. After they assault her, she leaps out of a window to her death. Kersey then grabs his gun and goes after them. When the LA authorities, deduce they have a vigilante, they decide to consult with New York, who had their vigilante problem. Now the New York officials, knowing that Kersey lives in LA, fears that he's back to his old habit. Fearing that Kersey, when caught will reveal that they let him go instead of prosecuting him send Inspector Ochoa to make sure that doesn't happen. Runtime: 88 mins Release Date: 19 Feb 1982
Better than original arguably the best masterpiece sequel of all time! (by ivo-cobra8)
Death Wish II 1982 is arguably the best masterpiece sequel of all time! It is my personal favorite action sequel from the 80's. Since a month away in March 2nd Death Wish remake is coming out with Bruce Willis, I am reviewing all Death Wish films. I am a huge Death Wish fan and Charles Bronson - "Die Hard" fan. This is a sequel to the original classic 1974 film Death Wish. It was brilliantly directed by Michael Winner who once again teamed up with Charles Bronson. This film is very entertaining, fast paced, not boring not dramatic real action movie. I love this film to death I <more>
grew up watching it. It is long only 1 hr and 28 mins. it is not that long. It is my third favorite "Death Wish" film in the series I always enjoy it. This is an action packed stylish revenge flick in the 80's. this movie was filmed in 1981 and come out in 1982, the same year that First Blood come out. The first Rambo film is my all time favorite action film alongside with death Wish II. This sequel in my opinion is better than the original because it has more action and it is styled on a revenge. Charles Bronson is back as Paul Kersey the original vigilante. The film was filmed in Los Angeles, California in which the plot was set. Charles Bronson's wife Jill Ireland was in here and she played Kersey's girlfriend. In all Death Wish films Jill Ireland's character Geri Nichols was the only one who wasn't killed off. Charles Bronson refused that his real wife is assaulted and brutalized so she did come on in this movie and she was brilliant, not only gorgeous but she arguably acted brilliantly well. Charles Bronson is fantastic as Architect Paul Kersey getting revenge on a muggers who raped and killed his house keeper and his daughter. It is time to settle the score. He is excellent and it is his best performance in here. Paul kersey is his best role in my opinion. I love this film to death, I saw it as a kid I watched the trilogy. Death Wish 1,2 and 3 were all directed by Michael Winner which he did a brilliant job as the director. The film has a lot of action real bloody squibs it is rated R. It has rape, explosions, great gun fights and great shootouts. Paul kersey is looking for 5 rapist and killers who brutalized his daughter. I love how Paul tracks the first killer down and shoots him right in the chest. "You believe in Jesus? ,Yes, I do. Well, you're gonna meet him." bang he shoot's him dead. Paul Kersey saves an older men and his wife from been raped again and he kills most of the rapists and save the couple before they would be killed. He shoots down the second mugger in a final attempt he shoots' him dead. I love how Paul Kersey is tracking down the killers one by one like a Predator. I love the idea that actor Vincent Gardenia as Det. Frank Ochoa returned from the original film to be in this sequel. He stood up from Paul, he saved Paul's life, he killed the sniper aiming on Paul and sacrifice him self. Vincent Gardenia's brilliant performance too bad he is no longer with us anymore. In the final shoot out with a lot of automatic weapons, Paul kill's two out of three muggers one get's away. He kill's their friends too who are arm's dealers. He shoot's with his Beretta 84 one shooter trough window glass of the car and the mugger Jiver Laurence Fishburne in the head of radio when he tried to flee and he killed him. I love the final fight between Paul and Nirvana Thomas F. Duffy . Charles Bronson did his own stunts, but in which Nirvana pushes Paul in the wall you can see that was Bronson's stuntman. All the actors in this movie does a fine job. No CGI or shaky cam, real actions, real guns and automatic weapons all made for real. I love action movies like this. Jimmy Page makes a music score for the Death Wish that I love specially in the beginning of the credits. Jimmy Page replaced Herbie Hancock. Actress Robin Sherwood replaced actress Kathleen Tolan who was playing Carol Kersey, Paul's daughter. It was never explained what happened to Steven Keats character Jack Toby from the first film. The muggers in this movie are: Thomas F. Duffy, Kevyn Major Howard, Stuart K. Robinson, Laurence Fishburne as Laurence Fishburne III , E. Lamont Johnson and they are believable. In this movie one of the muggers was also Laurence Fishburne who was called that time in the 80's Larry he also played in Red Heat and A Nightmare On Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors and he acted well in this movie.Michael Winner brilliantly directs this stylish action masterpiece and David Engelbach writes an excellent script that delivers. I always enjoy this film and it is one of the best sequels in the Death Wish series. My all time number 1 favorite is Death Wish 3 this is my third favorite "Death Wish" film. Death Wish II is a 1982 crime thriller action film directed by Michael Winner. It is the first of four sequels to the 1974 film Death Wish.10/10 it is my favorite action film in "Death Wish" series. Today all action movies are wrong in Hollywood they don't make em' like this anymore. Charles Bronson was the best actor.
"Yes," says the crying thug, knowing his last breathing second on this planet has come. Bronson replies: "Now you'll get to meet him," and blows a hole in his chest! This scene found me laughing in disbelief, shocked and horrified over what the Paul Kersey-character has become, and at the same time impressed that somebody actually dared to make this stuff more than 20 years ago, and even starring one of the biggest movie-stars in the world!This once bleedin' heart liberal family man has for sure turned into a messenger of death, with about as much mercy for the <more>
criminals as a hungry stray cat has for a limp mouse! It's shocking to watch, but at the same time fascinating because the whole movie looks great, the atmosphere gets under your skin, and you still find yourself rooting for Bronson's character.This is still the best of the "Death Wish"-sequels, and it still packs a wallop and manages to stir controversy even today. It's a movie you will either like or hate, there is no middle road here, and it makes for a great conversation piece.One final note: this movie sure is a reminder and evidence that when it came to movie tough-guys Charles Bronson WAS the baddest of them all. After the sad news of Bronson's passing a lot of people say he was second behind Clint Eastwood as far as action icons go. I'm a huge Eastwood-fan but Bronson still beats him any day. It really hit me as I was watching this movie. Bronson is driving through down-town Los Angeles, after brutally executing the thug in the above mentioned scene, he passes a movie-theater and sees a guy pretending to be a cowboy outside the theater, and what is the double-billing at the theater? Those silly comedies with Clint Eastwood and that big monkey Clyde!That kinda' sums it up doesn't it?Charles Bronson was THE MAN.
Death Wish 2 was bashed by reviewers.In Lenared Maltins review he states "Made by profiteers not filmmakers". I don't know if that is true or not but I think that no matter what it is DW2 is still a great movie.Plot:Paul Kersey returns with a new life, and a new girlfriend. Picking up the pieces of his life from what happened to him in the first movie. Kerseys daughter is still traumatized from being raped. One day he takes his girlfriend and his daughter out. Kerseys wallets stolen by five street punks.The five go to Kerseys house brutally rape and kill his maid.Later Paul <more>
comes back to his house with his daughter to find the gang at his home. They knock him out, kidnap his daughter,then rape her. She runs out of a window from were they were raping her. She lands on a spiked gate. Kersey hits the streets once again to find the gang then kill them! I loved the fist one, but the sequel is even better! A total thrill-ride and a knockout. Forget what the reviewers say.
"Death Wish 2" is nearly a carbon copy of the 1st.this time,the location has changed from NewYork to Los Angelos.i won't bore you with the plot here,but let's just say Mr Vigilante Paul Kersey Charles Bronson is forced back into action,doing what he does best.and of course once again the police can't have that.there is one amusing scene where Kersey has just saved a man from being possibly killed and his wife brutally raped.Kersey flees the scene,and when the police arrive,the only thing the care about is who shot the attackers,never mind that 2 innocent people were <more>
attacked.when questioned about what their Saviour looked like, of their Saviour,they give some riotous descriptions of him,something along the lines of "he was a tall black man with red beard or he was 2 feet tall and ha d ac left club foot.this movie does not have the importance of it's predecessor,but it is still a fairly good movie,and still illustrates some good points. 9/10
AN EXCELLENT GRIMY & GRITTY VIGILANTE CULT CLASSIC (by lukem-52760)
I love the Death wish franchise i really do & have watched them all so many times it's crazy & Paul Kersey is my favourite movie character ever or atleast stands next to Snake Plisskin!!! So you know i love these crazy Vigilante Thrillers, now part 2 is EASILY the most disturbing & sickest of the franchise, we have the vile over long rape scene that is horrible but i also can see that this scene can show us why this gang of scum so needs to be exterminated by Kersey!!! I won't go on about the plot or story but let's just say Bronson is out for revenge & hunts this <more>
gang of sick rapists down in the very gritty & grimy streets of los Angeles that oozes with darkness & menace, Bronson is very good as always as the silent avenger. This film has a very gloomy look & down town los Angeles at night looks crazy & sleazy as hell in Death Wish 2 & the Atmosphere is dangerous & dark but the cinematography looks fantastic with the dull dim glow of blue-sh neon light on the dark dirty streets it's very affective intentional or not? But either way it gives an eerie other worldly look to the night time world of Death Wish 2 & even feels very noir at times with it's look!!!It's actually a nice comfort seeing rugged old Bronson out stalking the dark & dangerous streets at night it's because he's a good man,a vigilante hero & it's a comfort seeing some one taking revenge on the evil scum out there that in real life that doesn't happen oh no in real life the scum usually get away with the evil things they do & there is no vigilante hero out the getting vengeance on them so it's a nice fantasy comfort to watch Bronson act it out.& that's very important the look has to show us the night time world is dangerous & scary & Death Wish 2 oozes that Atmospheric look & atmosphere it's spot on. The music is excellent & fits perfectly with the craziness & rawness of the down town night life. The punk thugs are vile & evil & that's all you need to know. Legendary Charles Bronson is excellent as Paul Kersey once again & this time targets & hunts just the one sick gang of thugs that Murdered his daughter & house maid. Kersey is much more of a hunter this time & he prowls the dark sleazy night time streets searching for those creeps to exterminate them & it's a great iconic controlled performance like a killing machine programmed for one person one mission & i love that this once normal guy is now like The Punisher or The Terminator. Death Wish 2 is gritty & extremely dark,raw & brutal, a real GRINDHOUSE revenge Thriller & great sequel & a gritty classic in it's own right!!! Great fun watching Bronson hunt & kill the scum of society, i just wish we had a Real Paul Kersey out there killing off the scum as it's gotten so bad now 2019 crime is outta control again!!! I love the Paul Kersey character he's my favourite of all movie characters then followed by Snake Plisskin & i love the whole Death Wish franchise so much & will always love these movies. Death Wish 1974 is the masterpiece though & DW 3 is the most fun, but each entry is great in their own way!!! Parts 4 & 5 are alot of Action-packed fun with some excellent scenes & part 5 has the best villain of the franchise!!!
This film is not as bad as some say. The plot is light, yes, it probably was written on the back of a postage stamp, but if you want an action film, where the good guy comes out on top, and more importantly, if the phone rings half way through and you miss 5 minutes, it is still easy to watch and understand.This is very much a film you can watch and enjoy whilst doing other things.There are a lot of better films out there, but believe me, there are a lot of worse ones too.
May cause a desire to take a shower and that's the point (by BrandtSponseller)
The second Death Wish film has a very strange concatenation of qualities. It can come dangerously close to running off the rails altogether, but overall, I think it's a more successful film than the first Death Wish.The first peculiarity is that much more strongly than the first film, Death Wish II's urban crime-ridden backdrop is exaggerated to a point of caricature. Of course, there was plenty of crime in Los Angeles during this era, but not as depicted here. This is almost Broadway-style crime, with choreographed gaggles of hoodlums running out of control in designer gang-wear, <more>
making spectacles of themselves. It's over the top but serious in a way that feels uncomfortable at first, but then, that's just the point, and it helps anchor the plot developments that follow.And that plot should be no surprise to anyone who first watches Death Wish I. Death Wish II follows the plot of its predecessor as if it were a fairly rigid template. Even the events that cause Paul Kersey Charles Bronson to take charge and clean up society's scum by his lonesome are very similar. I don't see this as a flaw here as I don't in many other sequels that use a template approach, including series like Friday the 13th . This is a direct continuation of the story of the first film, and the similarity gives Death Wish II both a natural, logical flow and a nice symmetrical structure.Although Death Wish I had its brutal moments, Death Wish II amplifies that atmosphere and sustains it through its length. Like the films that best display gritty 1970s New York City--such as Taxi Driver 1976 and Basket Case 1982 --Death Wish II makes you feel almost dirty in the grimy despair way, not a sexual way while watching it. It's ironic, maybe, that Death Wish II does this so well when the setting is Los Angeles as opposed to actually being New York City, as in the first film. That director Michael Winner is able to perpetuate that atmosphere, whether by accident or design, results in the viewer being sucked into the setting and vicariously experiencing the range of unpleasant emotions felt by both the protagonists and the antagonists.Also helping on that end is the score, provided by Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Although Winner sometimes incorporates Page's music in a discordant, jarring way--over the opening credits when it fights for volume with radio banter, for example--more often than not the score gives Death Wish II a sublime, otherworldly and eerie edge. It's too bad that Page didn't go on to score many more films.This is certainly not a film to show during family time, and it's not particularly uplifting or overflowing with positive messages or socially redeeming values. But it's not trying to be any of those things. It's just a visceral especially on an emotional level , disturbing revenge flick, and at that, it meets its goals well.
It's hard to believe that anyone who didn't like the first one wouldn't like this one. Bronson is back, this time avenging the death of his daughter and he's angrier than he's ever been. This one takes more of a action hero approach than the first one, but that's okay, you see, Bronson is a bad ass and that's all that matters. Movies like this aren't made to win best picture or best screenplay, they're made to be entertaining and filled with action, and that's what this is. Bronson has a great line he give to a punk just before he blows him away; he <more>
asks the punk if he believes in Jesus as the punk clutches a cross around his neck. The punk says "yes sir" so Bronson pauses and then tells him "you're going to meet him." Then he shoots him twice, it's great. Classic. I found no insight in this film, all I found was an awesome character who you can't get enough of that gets away with killing pieces of trash that rape, mug, and murder civilians. This formula is timeless, and the whole Death Wish series should be appreciated for proving so, because I'd watch one of these films before I watch any action film that may be produced today.
I had to see this movie after I surfed on the IMDb and read some comments on this movie: It seemed like some meeting of psychoanalysts or something.Well, where to begin... I must admit that this is an interesting movie "psychologically", but I don't think any five penny analysts could do anything to these sick people. Everybody is sick in this movie. It has the overall feeling of some really cheap low-life bar: The feeling of disappointment and failure in life. I would say it's the overall feeling of death; This movie feels like you would have just heard, that you have an <more>
incurable cancer. It's an interesting fact that Charles Bronson is, or at least has been, some kind of popular action hero: He looks like a disappointed- and tired-to-everything alcoholic. An interesting world-view and feeling. There is NO humor, joy or hope in this film; Not even before the bad guys come and "ruin it all". The bad guys names tell all: Nirvana, Stomper, Cutter, Punkcut, Jiver. They are the bad guys, and nothing else. They even smoke the "herb" and become psychotic and aggressive killer-madmen after that! I didn't know that that stuff makes that, but it's always good to learn. The bad guys first dance, chill out and have fun, and all of the sudden start to rape and kill people. After that they forget about it. It seems that the main character Bronson is a real psychopath, at least he fits perfectly of the description of one. I have to correct what I said before: Not everybody is totally sick in this movie; Just the ones that are involved in THE WAR. There is some very few good-looking pictures in this film; for example when the antihero walks in the streets at night. It's funny how he judges people that are unknown to him: For example when he sees somebody drinking alcohol, he looks at him with an expression of total repulsion on his face. Some police story also goes in the background, but it doesn't have much to do with the movie.But after all, this film manages to represent some peoples the filmmakers very strong feelings, and evidently also the feelings of many viewers, and isn't that one of the main purposes of any piece of "art" or self-expression? Can you judge people for how they feel? If you want to see a really good movie of this genre revenge-moral-story , I strongly recommend Tony Scott's "Man on Fire" 2004 with Denzel Washington, Christopher Walken, Mickey Rourke, Dakota Fanning . Peace.