Another 48 Hrs.

Rating:6
Released:1990
Genres:Thriller, Action, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Crew:Director: Walter Hill | Screenplay: Roger Spottiswoode | Original Music Composer: James Horner | Editor: Donn Aron | Director of Photography: Matthew F. Leonetti | Producer: Lawrence Gordon | Assistant Director: James Dyer

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Synopsis

For the past four years, San Francisco cop Jack Cates has been after an unidentified drug kingpin who calls himself the "Ice Man". Jack finds a picture that proves that the Ice Man has put a price on the head of Reggie Hammond, who is scheduled to be released from prison on the next day.




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Director: <strong>Walter Hill</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Roger Spottiswoode</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>James Horner</strong> | Editor: <strong>Donn Aron</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Matthew F. Leonetti</strong> | Producer: <strong>Lawrence Gordon</strong> | Assistant Director: <strong>James Dyer</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Walter Hill</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Roger Spottiswoode</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>James Horner</strong> | Editor: <strong>Donn Aron</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Matthew F. Leonetti</strong> | Producer: <strong>Lawrence Gordon</strong> | Assistant Director: <strong>James Dyer</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Walter Hill</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Roger Spottiswoode</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>James Horner</strong> | Editor: <strong>Donn Aron</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Matthew F. Leonetti</strong> | Producer: <strong>Lawrence Gordon</strong> | Assistant Director: <strong>James Dyer</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Walter Hill</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Roger Spottiswoode</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>James Horner</strong> | Editor: <strong>Donn Aron</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Matthew F. Leonetti</strong> | Producer: <strong>Lawrence Gordon</strong> | Assistant Director: <strong>James Dyer</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Walter Hill</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Roger Spottiswoode</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>James Horner</strong> | Editor: <strong>Donn Aron</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Matthew F. Leonetti</strong> | Producer: <strong>Lawrence Gordon</strong> | Assistant Director: <strong>James Dyer</strong> image


Reviews

John Chard

You got framed. That's what every convict says!

The theme tune says it all really, the boys are back in town. Nolte and Murphy are back together as cop and convict wading through a plot as lazy as it gets. Walter Hill directs once again and it's only his action scenes that stop this from being an outright stinker.

Every thing about it comes off as a cheap cash in lacking originality, with scenes even reproduced from the first film here. A strong supporting cast of character actors file in to make some easy money, with the likes of Brion James, Ed O'Ross, Brent Jennings and Kevin Tighe at least proving to be reassuring presences.

Murphy and Nolte jostle, fight each other and swear a lot, which would be OK were it not already done so much better in the first film. All things considered, it's a no brainer really to suggest you watch the first film instead. 5/10


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