Lethal Weapon 2
Lethal Weapon 2 review
Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh, protects a talkative federal witness (Pesci), while taking on a gang of South African drug dealers hiding behind diplomatic immunity. Vorstedt confesses to murdering Riggs's wife years ago while Getz gets abducted. The pace is slower and tends to get cheesy in the near conclusion. This installment didn't have memorable antagonists, Vorstedt and Rudd were just alright. Lethal Weapon 2 is a decent sequel with an additional character in an outspoken accountant Leo Getz (Joe Pesci). Plot tried to connect with the first film, soundtrack inept and direction was not as smooth.