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Speed 2 - Cruise Control Reviews

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April 21, 2019
Compelling and gripping, Speed 2 Cruise Control improves upon the original and remains one of the best action movies to date. Brilliant performances and spotless direction as well as amazing visuals help turn this film into a truly entertaining masterwork.
½ April 19, 2019
Not sure why such a poor score, i thought it was ok. Not amazing, but worth a watch. Open disclosure, i'm a big Sandra Bullock fan!
½ February 10, 2019
While not as good as the first, this sequel still provides enough entertainment to enjoy and Sandra is still very likeable as Annie.
½ September 29, 2018
A true 90s sequel fail with 1 impressive "money shot": the near-collision of a cruise ship and an oil tanker that eventually crashes into a Caribbean coastal town.
August 28, 2018
Sandra Bullock at her finest! Jason Patric is amazing.
½ April 27, 2018
There is no speed. This movie is one of the worst I have ever seen
April 11, 2018
After 5 minutes I got more enjoyment in finding the numerous (deliberate?) mistakes!
March 7, 2018
Saw it. Jason fucken Patrick is a jack off.
February 23, 2018
Keanu is a genius for turning this crap down.
January 29, 2018
Speed 2 was a worst movies of 1997 from entire centuries for destroying all this place.
Super Reviewer
September 14, 2017
So my 1st review on this site is Speed 2, Fair enough, Anyway, I don't really understand why it's hated so much as I enjoyed it, With non stop action and chases, Ok the story is old and the acting isn't great, It was nice to see Sandra bullock back even if she is pretty annoying but come on there are allot of action films that are allot worse than this.
½ August 25, 2017
Man, this was AWFUL!
½ July 23, 2017
Blimey - This film has been absolutely slated by critics and audiences alike, winning awards for worst sequel in the process. Ok, so I agree it isn't in the league of the original but are we comparing it too much to that? Regardless of the fact it's not really about speed or fast paced action sequences, this is still a watchable movie. If it copied the first film too much we'd be slagging it off for no originality. It's difficult to produce a gripping concept on a boat when you have limiting surroundings, but this is a decent effort. It's no Titanic but nor is it an epic fail of titanic proportions. There's no Keanu Reeves, but there are still recognisable actors in this, and the concept is this time about a killer intent on getting his revenge for being struck off by the company that designed the computers on the ship. Yet again, Sandra Bullock is in the wrong place at the wrong time, as the vessel is scheduled to crash into an oil tanker unless the frantic people on board can overwrite the programming. I was never bored during this and the introduction and ending are not as ingenious as the first, as that story has several elements outside the bus taking place - This is just all about the cruise liner. Yes it's pretty cheesy in parts, but most films with Ms Bullock in are, as she plays a great scatty character that always seems to end up being captured and making the situation harder for her boyfriend. As much as I often love to berate movies, there are just far too many other releases that are worse than this so I can't jump on the band wagon of ripping into it like others have - I reckon it's just a case of people feeling angry that the sequel didn't live up to their expectations. I guess you see a film called 'Speed', then you want speed, but the contradictory tag line of 'Cruise Control' is a much better descriptor of this one.
May 12, 2017
1928 Was 69 Years Old In 1997.
½ April 26, 2017
I don't remember the first one being a comedy, so why did they try with this one. Sandra bullock is the worst in this on top of some of the worst dialogue since farts announced their arrival. Oh the sign language scene with the robot neck girl, That's all I can say about that. Obviously sandra bullocks character is bad luck, all men run. Why did they really think we would care about the extras, Just let them die.

My Caaaar.
½ April 14, 2017
Speed 2: Cruise Control begins with a humorous reference to its prequel, as Annie (Sandra Bullock) recklessly speeds through busy streets while filling in the audience as to what happened to her former love interest, Jack. This comedic entrance by Sandra Bullock leaves views laughing at the frightened expression on her passenger's face. We see a man on a motorcycle struggle to catch up to a truck, and it's not hard to guess that the male protagonist is on the daredevil motorcyclist.
Later, in the movie, as the couple boards a crew, we see a realistic boat scene, with beautiful details all around. It makes the entire movie come alive, until one of the actors says their line. The sub-par acting left the audience unable to focus on the fantastic special effects and the amazing details of each scene. The plot dragged along, leaving viewers dozing off during the multiple irrelevant scenes we've seen several times before.
In the end, Speed 2: Cruise Control has deceived us into believing it was a thriller, while in reality it was nothing more than a travesty.
March 30, 2017
honestly I think it was a great movie not the best and certainly not better than the original however in its own right as a sequel speed film it did good. I also love the relationship between Alex and Annie.
March 25, 2017
Aesthetically benign and largely dull and uninteresting, not even Sandra Bullock can save this flick from being one giant sleeping pill. The final action sequence of the boat crashing through countless objects, jettys, vehicles, buildings etc is great fun and very well done but it really is the only decent thing about the movie.
March 22, 2017
This movie starts off dumb and only goes down hill from there.
½ February 25, 2017
A true guilty pleasure. The concept is atrocious. The story is atrocious. Sandra Bullock is atrocious. Jason Patric is atrocious. The ending is abysmal. The only ship that makes it way through this storm is Willem Dafoe who as always, knows how to steal the show.
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