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Wu Jing's record-breaking Chinese-produced action-adventure gives audiences plenty of bang for their bucks.
Wolf Warrior 2 lectures you, pummels you, and then expects you to cheer.
Wolf Warrior 2 is even bigger and bolder than its predecessor, which doesn't always work in its favor. But genre fans will definitely relish the near constant barrage of elaborate set pieces that are choreographed and filmed for maximum impact.
While "Wolf Warrior 2" is blandly generic more often than not, there's something bracing about its patriotic fervor, which asserts that the Chinese will act in the best interests of the world's downtrodden, while the rest of the world just exploits them.
Wolf Warrior 2 is a gargantuan box office phenomenon that most westerners will never even hear about. And I love that part of this story. I just wish Wolf Warrior 2 were a better movie to back up that exciting box office.
Wolf Warrior 2 is an improvement over its predecessor that provides the requisite thrills and action. But its sheer moral ineptitude combined with its throwback B-movie tone makes it one of the most unintentionally hilarious films of the year.
Wolf Warrior 2 allows the action to thrill even when the overstuffed plot is trying to subvert the more exciting aspects of the film.
Its corny display of nationalist pride aside, Wu's superior sequel to the laughably scripted Wolf Warrior should at least satisfy genre audiences with its slam-bang action.
It scratches that '80s action film itch better than the great majority of '80s action films do.
A Chinese variation on the white savior myth, but also a slam-bang action spectacular.
This is a fun, if crazily over-the-top, experience. And if you have been raised on Hollywood fare, it's unsettling to see the good-versus-evil match-up from the Chinese perspective.
While it's an upgrade over the first outing, Wolf Warrior II never breaks out of its B-movie niche.
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