Timecop 2 Reviews
There was also a TV show made.
This completely needless sequel had fairly good production values and Jason Scot Lee can really make those fight scenes seem concussive and dynamic but even the updated effects cannot detract enough from the overly complicated plot, generally poor acting and awful dialouge.
One to avoid!
If you loved Lizzy McGuire's little brother's head bitten off by an crocodile in Dinocroc. You might like her dad being shot in this one.
While it does look a bit on the cheap side, the special effects work well, and it's very colorful. Steve Boyum does a solid job directing, keeping the pace up, and make the action exciting, especially in the old west timeline.
Lee makes for a good leading man, and handles the action damn well. The multiple timelines could have gone awry or gotten too much, but things are handled properly and it never gets too daunting or such.
Some of the dialogue is too cheesy at times, and it does succumb to some trapping of simply being made on the cheap, but over all, it's quite good and enjoyable.