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Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)

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In the opening chase, Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh stumble across a trunk full of Krugerrands. They follow the trail to a South African diplomat who's using his immunity to conceal a smuggling operation. When he plants a bomb under Murtaugh's toilet, the action explodes!

Director: Richard Donner
Writer: Jeffrey Boam

Release Date: 1989-07-07
Status: Released
Run time: 114 min / 1:54
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $227,853,986
Production Companies : Silver Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1989-07-07
Status: Released
Run time: 114 min / 1:54
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $227,853,986

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Casts

Mel Gibson
as Martin Riggs
Danny Glover
as Sergeant Roger Murtaugh
Joe Pesci
as Leo Getz
Joss Ackland
as Arjen Rudd
Derrick O'Connor
as Pieter 'Adolph' Vorstedt
Patsy Kensit
as Rika van den Haas
Darlene Love
as Trish Murtaugh
Steve Kahan
as Captain Ed Murphy
Mark Rolston
as Hans
Jenette Goldstein
as Officer Meagan Shapiro
Dean Norris
as Tim Cavanaugh
Juney Smith
as Tom Wyler
Nestor Serrano
as Eddie Estaban
Philip Suriano
as Joseph Ragucci
Grand L. Bush
as Jerry Collins
Allan Dean Moore
as George
Jack McGee
as Mickey McGee, the Carpenter
Mary Ellen Trainor
as Police Psychiatrist
Traci Wolfe
as Rianne Murtaugh
Ebonie Smith
as Carrie Murtaugh
Damon Hines
as Nick Murtaugh

Crew

Directing Richard Donner Director
Writing Jeffrey Boam Screenplay
Production Richard Donner Producer
Production Joel Silver Producer
Sound Eric Clapton Original Music Composer
Sound Michael Kamen Original Music Composer
Sound David Sanborn Original Music Composer
Camera Stephen Goldblatt Director of Photography
Editing Stuart Baird Editor
Production Marion Dougherty Casting
Production Gail Levin Casting
Art J. Michael Riva Production Design
Art Richard Berger Art Direction
Art Marvin March Set Decoration
Writing Shane Black Story
Production Jennie Lew Tugend Co-Producer
Production Steve Perry Co-Producer
Writing Warren Murphy Story
Production Peter Frankfurt Associate Producer
Art Virginia L. Randolph Art Direction
Art John Villarino Construction Coordinator
Art Mike Villarino Construction Foreman
Art Sherman Labby Production Illustrator
Art Dianne Wager Set Designer
Camera Geary McLeod First Assistant Camera
Camera Charles Saldana Key Grip
Camera Frank M. Holgate Aerial Camera
Camera John R. Shannon Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Barry Francis Delaney Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Paul Abascal Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Scott H. Eddo Makeup Artist
Crew Frank DeMichelis Craft Service
Crew Julie Adams Dialect Coach
Crew Craig Lietzke Driver
Crew Amy Jackson Production Office Assistant
Crew Dan Pemberton Propmaker
Art Erik L. Nelson Property Master
Crew Michael Denering Scenic Artist
Crew Steve Perry Second Unit
Crew Matt Sweeney Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Charlie Picerni Stunt Coordinator
Crew Jack Lietzke Transportation Coordinator
Production Steve Perry Unit Production Manager
Crew Michael Klastorin Unit Publicist
Crew Richmond G. Cogswell Video Assist Operator
Directing Terry Miller First Assistant Director
Directing Nancy Hansen Script Supervisor
Production David Israel Location Manager
Production Gregory Manson Production Accountant
Sound Marvin E. Lewis Boom Operator
Sound Darrin Martin Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Greg Orloff Foley
Sound Christopher Brooks Music Editor
Sound Michael Kamen Orchestrator
Sound Willie D. Burton Production Sound Mixer
Sound Bub Asman Sound Editor
Sound Robert G. Henderson Supervising Sound Editor
Writing David J. Negron Jr. Storyboard
Crew Gregory J. Barnett Stunts
Sound Stephen McLaughlin Music Producer

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  • Audience Reviews for Lethal Weapon 2 The inevitable sequel cometh. The same mullet, the same tormented aging family man, the same scenarios, and the same car; Murtaugh's family station wagon.

  • "Lethal Weapon 2" is that rarity - a sequel with most of the same qualities as the original. In a summer of anemic retreads like "Ghostbusters 2," "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" and "The Karate Kid Part III," I walked into the movie with a certain dread. But this is a film with the same off ...

  • The "Lethal Weapon" franchise, however, is one of the very few exceptions. Over the course of the four installments the action and chemistry between the main characters is quite consistent, as is the litany of villains. But with little expected argument, the immediate sequel, "Lethal Weapon 2" is the best of the three.

  • "Lethal Weapon 2" is the type of sequel you don't screw with, for fear of getting seriously beat up if you do. Luckily the praise comes as easily as the film is good -- and boy, is it good.

  • More manic than its predecessor, LETHAL WEAPON 2 is a formulaic sequel to the first hit film. Initially, it takes itself less seriously than its predecessor, adding another comic foil to the mix in the form of Pesci, who makes the most of a small role.

  • Lethal Weapon 2 2 And A Half Out Of 5 Lethal Weapon 2 is not a fresh take on its previous installment and instead goes old book and somehow manages to charms its way out of it. It is very rare of a feature to deliver a better or similar sequel as effective for a definite amount of time..

  • REVIEW: Stepping off the launching pad of 1987’s Lethal Weapon, 1989’s Lethal Weapon 2 is an entirely worthy sequel that in many ways actually improves on the first installment while keeping all of the same qualities.

  • Lethal Weapon 2 is a 1989 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Richard Donner, and starring Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Joe Pesci, Patsy Kensit, Derrick O'Connor and Joss Ackland. It is a sequel to the 1987 film Lethal Weapon and the second installment in the Lethal Weapon film series.

  • Against all odds, Lethal Weapon season 2 has not only been an overall improvement on the show's first year, but it's turned into one of the most entertaining procedural cop shows on television.

  • Firstly, it's absolutely nuts, even though this TV series is a mix tape-style alt universe based on the movie franchise, that there's an iteration now of Lethal Weapon where Riggs dies.