Street Kings 2: Motor City
Street Kings 2: Motor City (2011)

When a ruthless killer begins stalking his team, Detroit Narcotics Detective Marty Kingston (Ray Liotta) teams with a hot-shot homicide detective to root out the madman before he can strike again. Just as the pair begins to unearth some… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: April 19, 2011
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Kevin Carr
7M Pictures

Filled with bad dialogue and line delivery meant to pay a mortgage rather than win any awards, this movie is really only something a fan of the genre could love.

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R. L. Shaffer
IGN DVD

Street Kings 2 treads common ground, but it does its best on a limited budget, providing some noteworthy thrills.

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Brian Orndorf
BrianOrndorf.com

Though it eventually succumbs to the worst habits of the genre, most of the picture delivers the basics with a welcome spark...pleases more than it aggravates, which is a feat DTV product rarely accomplishes.

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Manu Gino
Nothing more than a mediocre sequel. It has some good action sequences but the story lacks of stability and deepness unlike the first part the original. Ray… More
Jeffrey Meyers
The best thing there is to say about Street Kings 2 is that it's mostly watchable, but never original and never all that interesting. As you would expect… More
Al S
An explosive and intense crime-thriller. It's fast, stylish and furiously entertaining. It explodes with breakneck action, gritty suspense and terrific… More
Fascade Fiveoneeight
This flick was a little bit slow....but deviated from the chemistry that made the first one a runaway success...imagine a world that we already know… More
Panta Oz
I am not a great fan of Ray Liotta since Seinfield made fun of him in the B Movie :-)... joking... but I really never thought of him as a great actor. In this… More
Remi Logan
I think it goes without saying the first Street Kings is better. Maybe I'm biased. The first one was based in LA and featured a slew of celebrity cameos… More

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