Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990) - Action, Adventure, Crime

Hohum Score

41

Bearable

When DEA agents are taken captive by a ruthless South American kingpin, the Delta Force is reunited to rescue them in this sequel to the 1986 film.

IMDB: 4.8
Director: Aaron Norris
Stars: Chuck Norris, John P. Ryan
Length: 111 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 7 out of 51 found boring (13.72%)

One-line Reviews (39)

The stunts are very good, there's a fantastic aerial stunt in which Norris has to catch a falling man who has no parachute, there's also a cool part when two people are dragged on rope by a helicopter through the forest.

Adequate pacing and a truly excellent, rousing score by Frederic Talgorn help to make this an agreeable diversion for action fans.

Despite this film's political insensitivity, I really enjoyed it.

Some stunt work (especially the skydiving scene and helicopters) are pretty good, but the overall film is too bloody serious to even be fun, hence it's often tedious.

Sure it's routine and familiar however i enjoyed it quite a bit and i highly recommend it!.

All of the elements that made part one enjoyable are missing.

Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection is a great film, it's an action packed film with more story & better character's than usual & more importantly better action than a lot of fairly low budget action films.

The ending is cheese-ball, but there are a lot of gung ho jungle fights, extended car chases, and hand to hand combat to keep this revenge/war on drugs crossover story pretty damn entertaining.

Don't waste your time on such video tripe.

The first one had such a terrific cast and made the film even more enjoyable to watch.

Truly worth watching the next time it appears on Spike TV.

Chuck Norris looks bored and so does everyone else involved in the film.

However for some enjoyable, light-headed entertainment it passed the buck for me, compared with the first outing.

Cliché can be very effective in movies if used properly (see "Rocky").

" He wants to drag out every bloody detail, every death dance and every penetration of every bullet.

It was total propaganda and gave you the strong impression that countries outside of the U.

Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection is just a highly entertaining moderately budgeted action film that really delivers the good, they just don't make films like this anymore.

Uneven picture , however being entertaining , amusing and never tiring .

Chuck Norris looks bored replaying his role in the first film (Col.

A little bit of propaganda.

I recently revisited the movie on DVD, and I was pleased to find it still holds up to this day as one of the star's most simple yet entertaining films.

Exciting Chuck Norris cheese-fest .

This sequel to "Delta Force" is a rather subtle and entertaining at the same time.

While it can't match the original it's still a pretty enjoyable sequel, with some exciting action and fun performances!.

It's a predictable, shallow and brainless film though will appeal to Chuck Norris enthusiasts because of it contains some acceptable action sequences .

If someone other than Chuck's brother had made this, we would have a hugely enjoyable film on our hands.

The cardboard characters and the lack of thrills, make this film very tiresome quickly.

To me personally, however, the line between these big budgeted action flicks and Chuck's is becoming thinner and thinner as time goes by (what at first seems like innovation soon becomes just another cliché as it is imitated by everyone everywhere, a la "The Matrix").

The single spot-on aspect of the whole movie has to be the strong and rousing musical score by Frederick Talgorn.

Chuck Norris returns as Maj Scott McCoy the delta force commando who this time takes on a sadistic drug dealer named Ramon Cota(Billy Drago)who is holding a group of DEA agents hostage in this cold blooded and pointless sequel which is a total bomb until it's final 20 minutes of cool sky diving stunts.

The acting was pretty damn awful and the film is boring even when the action hits something that the first one was not.

More like Delta Boredom.. .

Just look at some of those remarkably creative stunt works involving an intense rock climb and thrilling sky dive.

Directed by Chuck's brother Aaron, this is formulaic and predictable stuff, but still manages to be slightly more entertaining than the first Delta Force movie, which couldn't decide whether to be a gripping hostage drama or a silly action flick.

This is a fun and predictable action film.

Its all very predictable stuff that we've seen before (baring in mind its an old film of course), the step by step motions of any action flick really.

It is tense and exciting , at time bemusing and in average budget .

It's by the numbers, but it's still very entertaining.

The movie is also too boring.