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Bronx Warriors 2
The Riffs 2 - Flucht aus der Bronx

Italy 1983
produced by
Fabrizio De Angelis for Fulvia Film
directed by Enzo G. Castellari
starring Mark Gregory, Henry Silva, Valeria D'Obici, Giancarlo Prete (as Timothy Brent), Paolo Malco, Ennio Girolami, Antonio Sabato, Alessandro Prete, Massimo Vanni, Andrea Coppola, Eva Czemerys, Moana Pozzi, Romano Puppo, Carla Brait, Maurizio Fardo, Tom Felleghy, Salvatore Funari, Enzo G. Castellari
story by Tito Carpi, screenplay by Tito Carpi, Enzo G. Castellari, music by Francesco De Masi, special effects by Giovanni Corridori

The Riffs

review by
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The Bronx is evacuated by the General Construction Corporation, who promise the inhabitants beautiful appartments in New Mexico - which is of course nothing more than empty promises, and plenty of Bronx-citizens stay in their appartments at whatever cost. And the cost is high, because the General Construction Corporation have hired Wrangler (Henry Silva) and his gang of mercenaries with machine guns and flame throwers to get rid of the remaining inhabitants one way or the other ... but preferably the other.

But while most of the people are pretty easy to get rid of, there is a handful who put up a fight: the local gangmembers, including Trash, last of the Riffs (see 1990: The Bronx Warriors), and they engage Wrangler and his goons in extended battles, killing many an enemy ...

Meanwhiole, back in Manhattan, investigative reporter Moon (Valeria D'Obici) questions the General Construction Corporation's president (Ennio Girolami) about the methods of his corporation at a press conference - but is thrown out by security. So she decides to go to the Bronx on her own to investigate. Soon enough she runs into Trash, and the two of them soon manage to persuade the remaining local gangs that they have to go to the offensive - by abducting the company's president and demand reinstallment of the Bronx in its former state in return for his release. So Trash and Moon get on their way with masterthief Strike (Giancarlo Prete) - the only man who knows a safe underground passage to Manhattan - and his son Junior (Alessandro Prete) to kidnap the president ... and against all odds they succeed, even if Moon is killed in an assassination carefully set up by Wrangler.

When Trash and company return to the Bronx with the president, all hell breaks loose, with the mercenaries and the authorities now on the offensive - and wouldn't you know it, eventually Wrangler manages to save the president personally - but only to shoot him in the head because he has since signed a better deal with the company's vice president (Paolo Malco).

The whole thing culminates in a giant battle in which pretty much everyone on both sides, including Wrangler and the vice president, is wiped out, only Trash, S'trike and Junior are left standing - but it remains questionable if their fight will have changed anything at all ...

 

Compared to 1990: The Bronx Warriors, Bronx Warriors 2 is pretty much more of the same, a futuristic actioner inspired by John Carpenter's Escape from New York (1981) and Walter Hill's The Warriors (1979), though this time more emphasis is put on the antiutopian and political subtexts of the story. But like 1990: The Bronx Warriors before it, this film is good fun, a cheaply made but fast paced and beautifully choreographed action spectacle full of cool stunts, shootouts and explosions. Of course, it's not an overly intelligent film, and it's certainly not director Enzo G.Castellari's best, but it's good funand completely enjoyable.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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