Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Circuit 2|
Actors: Jerry T. Adams, Lucas Bablin, Roy Bamy, Nino Cappuccino, Brock De Ville
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama
The Worst Movie I Have Ever Seen
Sean Jester | New Market, MD USA | 03/17/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"If you want to see the worst movie ever made, rent this movie. I've seen better acting in elemetary school plays. The plot has holes so big that you could fit the new planet Sedna through it. When the main character's girlfriend is attacked and beaten, we never find out her fate, and characters refer to her as dead AND in a coma. Come again?Also, Michael Blanks, who was in the first movie, plays a different character in the sequel. Like viewers aren't going to pick up on this? Add to that a scene when prison guards open fire on innocent spectators for no reason. This movie has no brain.I had to review this movie for a DVD web site and I want the hour and a half of my wasted life back!!!"
A martial arts prison movie that is actually decent
dominion_ruler | Carolina, USA | 09/27/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Overall, this sequal to the first Circuit movie falls a bit short to its predacessor, but for what it is - a prison fight movie - Circuit 2 is better than expected.
The main reason I dislike prison fight movies are the limits and confinements of a prison for the movie, with little exciting scenery. Most of the Circuit 2 takes place in a typical prison, with plenty of fights set up by the warden for its inmates, but eventually there is a tournement that expands later in the movie to a beach at night. I love this tournament, mainly because you can hear and see the ocean waves crashing in the background while some decent fights are going on, in front of a small audience. Just when you think the film has reached its final fight, more action continues and at dawn, the Olivier Gruner character and main villain fighter duel out in the ocean water for a few minutes. Its a pretty cool fight too.
Overall, Circuit 2 is not as exciting as the first in terms of story and development. There are more fights that the first, though, and Circuit 2 still delivers above average quailty for a B-grade movie."