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Los Angeles police sergeant Roger Murtaugh and his partner, Sergeant Martin Riggs, are working on yet another drug-related case. Soon after finding one million dollars worth of South African Krugerrands in a crashed red BMW after a chase, Riggs and Murtaugh are assigned to keep an eye on Leo Getz, who is scheduled to testify in a case. There are people who don't want Leo to testify: a group of drug smugglers led by Arjen Rudd, the minister of diplomatic affairs for the South African consulate. Rudd turns out to be the man that Riggs and Murtaugh are after in the drug case they were working on before Leo was placed in their protective custody, which doesn't look very protective when Leo is kidnapped by Rudd's right hand man Pieter Vorstedt. Riggs ends up falling for Rudd's secretary Rika Van Den Haas, who doesn't like Rudd. In a confrontation with Vorstedt, Riggs is told the true circumstances behind the death of his wife Vicky, who died in a car crash in 1984: the car crash was caused by Vorstedt, who was supposed to have killed Riggs. Minutes after Vorstedt tries to kill Riggs, Riggs finds Rika dead, and this sends Riggs over the edge.
Los Angeles P.D. officers Roger Murtaugh and Martin Riggs are back, and this time they are chasing a thug in a red BMW. When the car crashes, several million dollars in Krugerrands - South African currency - spill out of the trunk. After Murtaugh is ambushed in his home by a group of South African thugs, they speculate that the vehicle they were chasing may be linked. When their captain assigns them to guard a witness in a drug case, they soon find out that the drug dealers the witness was dealing with are South African diplomats hiding behind their immunity to carry out cocaine smuggling. Riggs also discovers that one of the consulate employees is in fact the murderer of his wife! After the thugs kill a consul secretary Riggs was in love with, and several fellow police officers are murdered by the diplomats, Riggs & Murtaugh exact angry, bloody revenge against the psychopathic drug-dealing diplomats...
The good news is that the movie avoids the opening credit sequence found on most movies---you go right immediately into the exciting action where Murtaugh and Riggs, along with several other officers, try to chase down a few members of a narcotraffic gang. At the end of the chase, they kick one of the suspect&#39;s cars and out comes South African money called the Kreugerrand. After I saw those foreign coins, this was the part that was going to make Lethal Weapon 2 much different than the original.<br/><br/>Later, I realized that this drug gang, masked really as members of the Consulate of South Africa, are using their immunity from prosecution and arrest (since they are actually diplomatic agents) to commit drug-trafficking and its related crimes. <br/><br/>I also saw some new details on Riggs&#39; characterization. Realizing that he was involved with counterinsurgency tactics and martial arts in the original &quot;Lethal Weapon&quot;, I realize that he is also a die-hard Houdini fan, during a scene at the police headquarters where Riggs, already bound with a straitjacket, tries to free himself. He does free himself but he slams his shoulder right into the hard wall, on purpose!...With this absurd act, I realized something new in Riggs... in some cases, he loves being hurt (that is, he loves pain) in situations where other people don&#39;t want to be involved with being hurt.<br/><br/>One of the most serious parts of the movie almost put an end to Murtaugh&#39;s life. The movie doesn&#39;t reveal it verbally, but the reason why Murtaugh was on a toilet rigged with a C4 explosive bobby-trap behind the toilet (which was ready to blow up if he got up) was that the drug dealers ignored his warning earlier in the movie to stay away from them because they are from the consulate. After bobby-trapping Murtaugh, the gang locked up the house so that Riggs could not get in. (This almost directly shows the type of sectarian violence under apartheid in South Africa around the 1980s.) But Riggs did get in by kicking down the front door. Riggs was the first one to find out that Martaugh was bobby-trapped, especially when he saw the phrase on the bathroom tissue, &quot;Boom! You&#39;re Dead!&quot; When Riggs called the bomb squad, I knew the Riggs and Murtaugh had their friendship on the line--big time! Their only saving grace, says the bomb squad, was to put LN2 (liquid nitrogen) on the device and for Riggs to pull Murtaugh into the tub since the tub would absorb most of the explosive impact.<br/><br/>The narcotraffic gang&#39;s last straw was when Riggs&#39; strongly befriended Rika Van Den Haas (played by Patsy Kensit)....and Arjen Rudd (the main bad guy in the movie) orders the gang on a bombing and assassination wave against all of the L.A. officers involved (for example, officer Collins blown away by a booby-trap explosive as she was going to dive into her swimming pool, or officer Wyler being shot in the head by a 9mm) in taking the drug dealers down. Murtaugh came close to his death himself against two of the gang members before he both knocked them out with a nail gun, but not until other assassins kidnap Leo Getz (played by Joe Pesci) and take away Murtaugh&#39;s car. At the same time, Riggs and Van den Haas both came close to their deaths by assassins using automatic weapons fire on the house trailer Riggs lived in the first Lethal Weapon movie. <br/><br/>Fortunately, there is the same characterization in the previous Lethal Weapon movie--his strong black-bag skills in Vietnam stopped the police-killing assassins in their tracks...saving both him and Van den Haas. This part almost screams &quot;James Bond&quot; for Riggs but not exactly. This also reminds me of &quot;True Lies&quot;, where the protagonist and his love interest (of course, I am talking about Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger) are involved in shootouts with renegade terrorists also with automatic weapons.<br/><br/>Patsy Kensit&#39;s acting role as Rika is almost like a Dutch version of Madonna....moreover, her character is considered very gentle, especially in her voice. She sounds like as if she should be a presidential candidate to appease the violence in South Africa. The only problem with her that she sometimes speaks too fast.
Richard Donner shows off his liberal credentials with this ludicrously overcooked simplistic attack on the politics of South Africa.It&#39;s not as if America is the cradle of racial harmony and brotherly love - and further irony is added by the fact that the movie is set in the city that was the home of Rodney King and glorifies the Police Department that did so much towards community relations with their brutal racist behaviour. So Donner&#39;s salt and pepper pairing who clearly have a late = developing teenage crush on one another do their own thing with fine disregard for the rule of law or the rules of evidence and no one worries because the bad guys are white South Africans - surely a worrying example of police racism in itself? Inside Rudd&#39;s (Joss Ackland - eminently hissable) office the decor is designed and lit to resemble as far as possible the Fuhrerbunker and just in case some rather dumb moviegoers miss the point,he and his men are referred to as &quot;nazis&quot; at regular intervals. For me the only bright spot in the movie was when Mel Gibson turned up at an anti - apartheid demonstration carrying a banner bearing the inscription &quot;End Aparthied Now&quot;. The intensely irritating Joe Pesci is introduced into the franchise to take some of the weight off the boys&#39; shoulders by following them around yapping incessantly like a badly-trained puppy.This would be bearable if there was the remotest possibility of him ending up in a concrete overcoat,but sadly he survives to irritate another day. Miss Patsy Kensit seems in a world of her own,perhaps not believing her luck at being cast opposite Mel Gibson who has little trouble sweeping her into bed in his mobile home which appears to have been washed up on a beach somewhere.Shortly after consummating their affair they come under fire from a number of helicopters that fire enough rounds into Mel&#39;s caravan to keep the U.S. Army in Iraq going for six months. Fortunately he has a pet dog who is not afraid to cause coitus interruptus just as they are going for seconds and his barking warns them of the imminent attack.I hope he got a special bone as a reward. The film climaxes(without interruption from Mel&#39;s dog) on a cargo ship bound for Nazi Germany (sorry,South Africa),when Mel and Danny murder so many members of the master race that I lost count.Despite jiggling around like Bonnie and Clyde under the impact of a hail of bullets,Mel survives,curled up in his partner&#39;s arms like a small child with a wise and benevolent father.Take that,Apartheid!
Lethal Weapon 2 is bang-bang and brain-dead in roughly equal measure. If there's an advantage this time out, it's that the film seems to play the action (and its lead character's psychoses) more for laughs. [7 Jul 1989, p.1D]
After engaging in a high speed chase with South African smugglers and recovering a trunk full of krugerrands, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers Martin Riggs (<a href="/name/nm0000154/">Mel Gibson</a>) and Roger Murtaugh (<a href="/name/nm0000418/">Danny Glover</a>) are assigned to the less dangerous job of protecting federal witness Leo Getz (<a href="/name/nm0000582/">Joe Pesci</a>). Soon, however, they learn that Getz is involved in the same smuggling ring, laundering money made by South African diplomats hiding under their diplomatic immunity status. Lethal Weapon 2 is the second movie in the Lethal Weapon series, preceded by <a href="/title/tt0093409/">Lethal Weapon (1987)</a> (1987) and followed by <a href="/title/tt0104714/">Lethal Weapon 3 (1992)</a> (1992) and <a href="/title/tt0122151/">Lethal Weapon 4 (1998)</a> (1998). It is based on a story and screenplay by American screenwriters Shane Black (who created the characters in the first movie), Warren Murphy, and Jeffrey Boam. Krugerrands are a South African monetary unit made mostly of solid gold (with a little copper thrown in). The chief monetary unit of South Africa is called the &quot;rand&quot;. &quot;Kruger&quot; comes from the face depicted on the coin of Paul Kruger, president of the South African Republic from 1883 to 1900. They aren&#39;t anymore. However, during the 1970s and &#39;80s, they were outlawed because of South Africa&#39;s position on apartheid. Apartheid is a system of racial segregation in South Africa that limited the rights of black South Africans and kept them &quot;apart&quot; from white South Africans. Apartheid existed in South Africa for decades until it was abolished 1994. In southern Africa, &quot;kaffir&quot; is a ethnic slur referring to a black person. No. The scene requires a serious amount of suspension of disbelief but it really makes for a fun action sequence. Riggs is driving a large, heavy-duty GMC Sierra (a 1989) that likely has a V8 engine and also has a heavy duty rear suspension setup— he uses it to tow the trailer he lives in. However, Riggs wraps the chain he uses to pull out the stilt near the base of the stilt where it&#39;s bolted to the concrete post. The bolts, plus the weight of the house on the stilt would make it impossible to yank out with Riggs&#39; truck. In reality, depending on where Riggs had secured the chain to his truck—it looks like it&#39;s been attached to the rear axle assembly—the force would have either bent the axle severely or ripped it loose from the undercarriage. It&#39;s possible he could have bent the stilt enough if he&#39;d attached the chain about halfway along the length of the support but that would be highly unlikely too, i.e., it would cause some damage to the stilt itself but it&#39;s unlikely the whole house would come down. Yes and no. The house that&#39;s destroyed in the movie was a replica built on a backlot at Warner Studios. The real house was used as a shooting location but it&#39;s still standing at 7436 Mulholland Drive in Beverly Hills. It was designed by a man named John Lautner, who was a famous architect. Trapped in the shipping container loaded with South African drug lord Arjen Rudd&#39;s (<a href="/name/nm0000722/">Joss Ackland</a>) Mercedes and shrink-wrapped packages containing hundreds of million of dollars of American money, Riggs and Murtaugh wait until the container is hanging over the Alba Varden. The container doors suddenly burst open and the Mercedes comes flying, exploding into a fireball and followed by thousands of bills, which scatter irretrievably on the water. Riggs and Murtaugh then rappel from the container into the ship&#39;s cargo hold. A fight breaks out during which Riggs and Murtaugh manage to take out several of Rudd&#39;s henchmen. However, Rudd&#39;s hired assassin, Pieter Vorstedt (<a href="/name/nm0640299/">Derrick O&#39;Connor</a>) succeeds in tossing a knife into Riggs&#39; right hamstring, disabling him. Riggs manages to get up on his feet, pulls out the knife, and uses it to stab Vorstedt several times in the gut. When Vorstedt also gets up and pulls a gun on Riggs, Riggs finishes him off by pressing the loading button that releases the overhanging container pod. It falls on Vorstedt, crushing him. When Murtaugh calls out to Riggs to see if he&#39;s okay, Rudd open fires on Riggs, pumping several bullets into him. Murtaught turns on Rudd, who is flashing his dipolatic immuity card, but shoots him anyway. &quot;It&#39;s just been revoked,&quot; he yells out. Murtaugh rushes to his severely-wounded partner and cradles Riggs&#39; seemingly lifeless head in his arms. &quot;You&#39;re not dead,&quot; Murtaugh entones over and over, &quot;not until I tell you.&quot; Riggs replies by asking Murtaugh to reach into his pocket and get his cigarettes. Once Murtaugh has the pack, Riggs tells him to throw them away, saying, &quot;Those things will kill ya!&quot; Riggs then asks whether they&#39;ve managed to get all the bad guys, and Murtaugh replies, &quot;They&#39;ve all been de-kaffir-nated.&quot; Sharing a laugh together, Riggs and Murtaugh await the arriving police, whose sirens can be heard in the distance. a5c7b9f00b