Fortress 2: Re-entry (1999)
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In this follow-up to Fortress, Stuart Gordon's 1993 sci-fi adventure drama, John Brennick (Christopher Lambert) and his wife Karen (Beth Toussaint) are once again on the run in a totalitarian regime of the future, where a multi-national corporation called Men-Tel has taken control of the world. While Karen eludes capture, John is arrested and sentenced to a penal colony in space. 26,000 miles from home, he must perform hard, dangerous labor in a punishing environment alongside some of the most
Apr 25, 2000
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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A few campy thrills, but the first one's a whole lot better.
Bad, bad sequel to surprisingly good cult film.
This follow-up, whose natural home would seem to be video rental stores rather than local multiplexes, lacks Gordon's wit and grit.
Makes the original look like "Casablanca"
The film's combination of sex, humor and violence looks like a cynical attempt to capitalize on the unsophisticated juvenile video market.
Patrick Malahide provides a few laughs as a slightly camp governor and Pam Grier puts in a token cameo but none of it is enough to save a film that sorely lacks energy.
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