Battle Royale II
Battle Royale II (2003)

It's been three years since Shuya Nanahara survived the first Battle Royale along with Noriko Nakagawa. Now they must organize a group of young terrorists to attack Tokyo and crush the regime that tried to destroy them.

Rated: R
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DVD Release Date: May 4, 2004
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Critic Score: 30% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

It's meant to be provocative, but it's muddled and nonsensical, with none of the liveliness or cleverness of its predecessor.

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Dave Alexander
Rue Morgue Magazine

Requiem is stupid to the point of aggravation and long enough to qualify as torture under the Geneva Convention.

Rob Gonsalves

If the original film flirted with controversy, the sequel has sex with it on the first date.

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Nick Schager
Lessons of Darkness

A film in which the heroes are al Qaeda surrogates.

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Flixster Audience Score: 29% Flixster User Reviews
Alex roy
This film had the potential of being a great, memorable follow-up to Battle Royale.Instead it's a mess, one that is boring, poorly constructed and has a… More
Ariuza koraw
Really bad movie that just never lived up to what the first did, it just doesn't have any suspense or trilling scenes of violence or action. The first… More
Lewis C.
"Imagine the stirring sight of 42 youthful, passionate deaths!" How do you squander all the good things the original Battle Royale had going for it?… More
Keiko Aya
I loved Battle Royale it is truly one of my top ten, it was a really fine movie which almost deserves the title classic in my book. Other people also seemed to… More
Sophie Burgess
Started off well but the main character with blonde hair was incredibly annoying with his constant bulging eyes and shaking in anger. It was far too long, far… More
A.D. Villarreal
The first was no masterpiece but at least it was an entertaining thriller. The sequel however is a sloppy, misguided failure thanks to hammy, anime-style… More