Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses

Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014)

Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses
5.7/10 by 77 users

Vietnam vet Frank Vega now runs an East L.A. community center where he trains young boxers to survive in and out of the ring. But when his prize student falls in with the wrong crowd and turns up dead, Frank teams up with his pal Bernie to take matters into their own fists and prove that justice never gets old.

Release Date:April 8, 2014
MPAA Rating:R
Production Company:Silver Nitrate Films, Sense and Sensibility Ventures
Production Countries:United States of America
Director:Craig Moss, Renetta G. Amador, Nancy Breaux
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Plot Keywords:vietnam veteran, sequel, murder, inspired by true events
  • An Old White Guy Will Complete the Trio
    May 14, 2014

    This Sequel to the also DTV Bad Ass (2011) is More Entertaining and Funny than it has Any Right to be. The Humor here works Better than the Mega Million Dollar The Expendables (2010) & 2 (2012) and that is just Incomprehensible.

    But here it is and this Time Our Espanic Geriatric Kick Asser (Danny Trejo) is Teamed Up with Another Social Security-ian, African American Danny Glover. It is with Some Charm that They go about Their Business of Taking Out the Trash.

    Things Might get Overstated a Bit in the Sexual Allure Department Once Again as Both are Given Much Younger and Attractive Females to Bed and Although this is Probably Made for Light Hearted Yuks, it comes across as just Yucky.

    The Rest of the Movie Delivers Good One Liners and Bloody Violence in the B-Movie Tradition and in this Aging Baby Boomer Society there is Likely to be a Bevy of these Graybeards Refusing to Retire Gracefully as long as there are Villains About.