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Detonator II: Night Watch [Import]


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  • Actors: Pierce Brosnan, Alexandra Paul, William Devane, Michael Shannon, Kay Siu Lim
  • Directors: David Jackson
  • Writers: David Jackson, Alistair MacLean, Alistair MacNeill
  • Producers: Boris Dmitrovic, Mike Mihalic, Peter Snell
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, DVD-Video, Subtitled, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • Release Date: Oct. 5 2004
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002MFGAU

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in this movie,a valuable painting has been stolen and a forgery put in its place.once again,the agents from U.N.A.C.O have been called in.but that's just part of the story.there's a lot more going on.by the way,you might want to watch the first "Detonator" AKA "Death Train" to get a bit of background on the agency and the characters.anyway,this time around,instead of Patrick Stewart as the boss,we have William Devane.back again are Pierce Brosnan and Alexandra Paul as the the two main characters.Brosnan and Paul are good,and William Devane is fine.i just wish they could have brought back Patrick Stewart,as well.anyway,this movie is a bit different than the first in a few ways.first off,there are some gadgets for Brosnan's character to play with.there's also a bit of intrigue.while the first one didn't have too much humour,this one has a fair bit of comic relief and some good one liners.and unlike the first one,this one strains believability a bit.i don't think they were going for as much realism.the movie also isn't what you would call fast paced,though i think it is a bit quicker than the first one.all in,though, not a bad offering.for me, "Detonator 2:Night Watch" is a 3/5
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By A Customer on Feb. 16 2000
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I felt this was a big disappointment compared to the first one (Detonator). While the chemistry between Mike Graham (Pierce Brosnan) and Sabrina Carver (Alexandra Paul) is evident, the script was poorly written and I felt that this movie was just thrown in together. It was not a very suspenseful movie, and some of the acting is pretty atrocious, especially by the characters in Hong Kong. The first Detonator was very well-written, well-directed, and well-acted with great actors such as Patrick Stewart, Ted Levine, and Christopher Lee, but I could not believe that the same director was responsible for this sequel. I would definitely stick with the first Detonator.
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I brought this video from you. You saved me some money on it.
Here is the Bond man again as Mike Graham.
In this one you see a mutual chemistry between Graham and Sabrina.
He orders vodka martini, straight up with a twist.
This one could have been longer too.
It was unusual seeing Pierce with long hair, but you get the feeling by the opening that he just got back from this mission before they send him off to help Sabrina on a mission, and he just didn't have time for a hair cut and shave.
Anyway, he still looks great to me.
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By A Customer on July 26 1999
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Of all the made for TV movies I have ever seen (This one was made for USA as a USA network original) this has got to be the best one. It is a great story which is 10 times better than the 1st. This movie is a must for action adventure lovers. If anyone can answer my question as to why the title was changed from "Allistair MacLean's Nightwatch" for TV to "Detonator 2: Nightwatch" for video release, please email me.
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A disappointing sequel Feb. 16 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
I felt this was a big disappointment compared to the first one (Detonator). While the chemistry between Mike Graham (Pierce Brosnan) and Sabrina Carver (Alexandra Paul) is evident, the script was poorly written and I felt that this movie was just thrown in together. It was not a very suspenseful movie, and some of the acting is pretty atrocious, especially by the characters in Hong Kong. The first Detonator was very well-written, well-directed, and well-acted with great actors such as Patrick Stewart, Ted Levine, and Christopher Lee, but I could not believe that the same director was responsible for this sequel. I would definitely stick with the first Detonator.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Pierce as Mike Graham again. Only with long hair. June 4 1999
By MRus330602@aol.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
I brought this video from you. You saved me some money on it.
Here is the Bond man again as Mike Graham.
In this one you see a mutual chemistry between Graham and Sabrina.
He orders vodka martini, straight up with a twist.
This one could have been longer too.
It was unusual seeing Pierce with long hair, but you get the feeling by the opening that he just got back from this mission before they send him off to help Sabrina on a mission, and he just didn't have time for a hair cut and shave.
Anyway, he still looks great to me.
But that doesn't much affect my review its still a pretty solid action outing for a tv movie Nov. 29 2014
By Justin R. Dutko - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Although the DVD says it was based on Alistair MacLean's novel it was not. It was based on a Alistair MacNeil novel which was based on an outline by Alistair MacLean. But that doesn't much affect my review its still a pretty solid action outing for a tv movie. While the first Detonator was pretty much a special ops story this one seems like it was an audition for James Bond for Pierce Brosnan. It has the hero beating his rival at cards, the at times vicious bickering between Mike and Sabrina is toned down a bit in the second outing in favor of a more flirtation relationship, a smash crash fist fight with a super strong henchman, a marriage cover with the leading lady, two gorgeous girls (although our hero doesn't exactly make it with either the attempt is hilarious though), a megalomaniacal plot with a super destructive weapon, and the action scenes are a bit more slick rather than the special ops type of the first film. If you like action thrillers of the nineties or Brosnan as Bond you will no doubt like this Brosnan and Alexandra "Bay Watch" Paul are both at the height of their sexiness and have a good chemistry in this made for tv flick. I have watched this many a times and still enjoy it today.
D.O.A. Jan. 29 2011
By Christopher Hivner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Pierce Brosnan is back as a government soldier/agent, this time looking for whoever stole a famous Rembrandt painting and replaced it with a forgery. Working with a female agent played by Alexandra Paul they travel to Holland where they find the painting in the possession of a businessman. He has a deal with gangsters from Hong Kong that involves a computer chip that can be planted in any telephone and then controlled by a satellite he has invented and plans to launch into space.

Detonator 2 is a little more light hearted in tone than the first one but its really no better of a movie. The plot is convoluted and dopey. The acting is somewhere between amateur and people hired from the local mall. William Devane hams it up during the action-packed but wholly unbelievable ending and then its over, leaving you feeling cheated out of quality entertainment.
Detonator 2-Night Watch Feb. 7 2013
By Jerry Seamandel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I had this movie and the first one on VHS and was glad to see it on DVD..its everything an action movie needs...Thanks


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