The Condemned 2 2015 info:-
The Condemned 2 2015, In this WWE-produced sequel to the 2007 film Condemned, a bounty hunter (Randy Orton) must fight to stay alive as he plays in a publicly aired tournament where he must hunt down his opponents before they kill him first. Directed by Roel Reiné.
The action in The Condemned 2 is adequate (when it’s at its best), but the story is weak and the villain is miscast. Still, there were a few brawls, thanks to Orton, and Orton himself looked more relaxed here than he did in his previous movie 12 Rounds 2. The action in The Condemned 2 is adequate (when it’s at its best).
but the story is weak and the villain is miscast. Still, there were a few brawls, thanks to Orton, The Condemned 2 2015 and Orton himself looked more relaxed here than he did in his previous movie 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded, which was directed by this film’s director, Roel Reine. I’m really hoping that someday soon that WWE’s.
films will eventually get around to putting two of their stars in the same movie at the same time to give their films a much-needed boost in the action department. But I’ll be, The Condemned 2 2015 there no matter what if they keep doing them the same way.
The Condemned 2 2015 Plot:-
Similar to the first movie, the protagonist Will (Randy Orton) finds himself in a game of death with several other contestants and is forced to rely on his skills and wits to survive.
A former bounty hunter who finds himself on the run as part of a revamped Condemned tournament, in which convicts are forced to fight each other to the death as part of a game that’s broadcast to the public.
A bounty hunter named Will Tanner (Randy Orton from WWE’s stable of wrestlers-turned action starts) and his crew bust an illegal gambling den run by a maniac named Cyrus Merrick (Wes Studi), who takes homeless men and hooks them up to chairs where they’re slowly drained of life but somehow makes a gambling game of it.
Tanner kills Merrick even though he wasn’t supposed to, and the mistake lands him in court, where the judge orders him to cool it, and in his humility, he decides to quit the life of a violence-prone bounty hunter and visit his father in the desert. His dad (played by Eric Roberts) lives a simple life fixing cars.
and Tanner comes to him with his head hung low, and for a day or so, they’re able to enjoy each other’s company until the next day when Tanner (who has gotten a gig towing cars on the highway) responds to a call of someone who’s car dies in the middle of nowhere. As it turns out, Tanner knows the driver from his days as a bounty hunter.
but something’s not right: his friend pulls a gun on him, and his friend ends up dead after the confrontation, but instead of just waiting around, Tanner goes on the run. That’s when the plot reveals itself: Cyrus Merrick’s understudy.
Raul Baccaro (Steven Michael Quezada) – has taken the mantle of being a maniac by orchestrating an act of grand revenge on Tanner and all his buddies. Please See More Information…….
The Condemned 2 2015 Cast:-
- Randy Orton as Will Tanner
- Eric Roberts as Frank Tanner
- Wes Studi as Cyrus Merrick
- Steven Michael Quezada as Raul Bacarro
- Bill Stinchcomb as Harrigan
- Alex Knight as Cooper
- Dylan Kenin as Travis
- Michael Sheets as James Lange
- Morse Bicknell as Ryan Michaels
- Mark Siversten as Sheriff Eric Ross
- Merritt Glover as Deputy #1
- Matthew Page as Deputy #2
- Stafford Douglas as Hacker Rolf
- Esodie Geiger as Judge
- Audrey Walters as Ada Carlos Gomez
- Monique Candelaria as Danielle Hill
- Jesi Raelyn Rael as Lena
- Sonia Maslovskaya as Alexi
The Condemned 2 2015 Production:-
On November 4, 2014, Randy Orton took time off from WWE television. New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced on November 12, 2014, that The Condemned 2, produced by WWE Studios and Lions Gate Films would begin principal photography in New Mexico.
Dennis Harvey of Variety described it as “a belated, barely related sequel generic enough to make the eminently forgettable 2007 original look like an oasis of cinematic personality”The film was shot in Albuquerque and Zia Pueblo, New Mexico, from November 14 until December 15, 2014.