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Eric Brainard 5 months ago
Not as good as New York but it's still a fun film to watch.
Bruno Ferreira Machado 3 years ago
So cheesy and campy, but a fun time.
Noah Rymer 3 years ago
so much worse than I remember, cartoonish special effects. funny in kitsch way.
Brandon Keck over 3 years ago
Wow. Not even Carpenter could completely justify making two of these.
Guy Meltzer 4 years ago
great nostalgic film
Tony Gandía 5 years ago
Unnecessary and atrocious with forced, recycled plots and misguided action sequences.
Anders Klingsheim over 5 years ago
Cult classic. I got a total recall vibe from it. Interesting
Michael Cole almost 6 years ago
The only reason this sequel was made was so they could put Snake on a surfboard.
Mandy Allen 2 months ago
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 2 years ago
Devon over 3 years ago
Shawn Balcomb over 3 years ago
Scott Hume almost 4 years ago
Bloc Silent 4 years ago
Escape From L.A. (also known as John Carpenter's Escape From L.A.) is a 1996 film directed by John Carpenter. The sequel to the action film Escape from New York, the film follows former war hero Snake Plissken, played by Kurt Russell. It co-stars Steve Buscemi, Stacy Keach, Bruce Campbell, and Pam Grier. On August 23, 2000, an earthquake reaching 9.6 magnitude hits the city of Los Angeles, causing it to separate from the mainland by flooding the San Fernando Valley (now called the "San Fernando Sea") and turning it into an island from Malibu to Anaheim. Just prior to this, an American presidential candidate (Cliff Robertson) who is also an outspoken Christian theocrat makes a doomsday prediction of the disaster during his campaign, saying L.A. is a "city of sin", and that, "Like the mighty hand of God, waters will rise up and separate this sinful, sinful city, from our country." The candidate is elected as the new President, a new constitutional amendment appoints him for life, and...
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