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After a long hiatus, Nolte and Murphy return in Another 48 Hours. This time Murphy has top billing and has the film under his own production company. This time the brother of the criminal of the first film is in town hoping to get revenge on Murphy who is about to be released from prison. Nolte is trying to finger a mysterious drug dealer known as the iceman, but his career is in jeopardy as the internal affairs are after him. Another 48 Hours has some solid action scenes, but loses some of the grit of the first film.
Why does everyone hate this movie. To me this film is better than the first one. Its got better jokes and better action sequences. How could people possible say this film is terrible. When Eddie Murphy punches the Wishmaster out the window I'll admit you can easily see its a dummy that hits the water coolers. But that's the only problem I have with this movie. Another 48 Hours kicks ass and its my 7th favorite action movie.
Basically the same as the first, Nothing new or memorable, A nice twist at the end but that's it, Some ok shootouts and the onscreen chemistry between Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy was just as good as the first, Maybe critics were abit harsh but it is literally just the same for most of the movie.
Another 48 Hrs. proves one thing about movies: If the first movie isn't good, then the sequel will not be good either! In fact, this movie was a great big jumble of violence, prison dues, ill-fated revenge, and hookers.
Another 48 Hours film lto make a bunch of money while dismissing cares of making a film that's half decent. It achieved that, but it robbed fans in the process. I guess it was worth it for the producers