Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990) Chuck Norris, Billy Drago, John P. Ryan, Richard Jaeckel, Begonya Plaza, Paul Perri, H?ctor Mercado, Mark Margolis, Mateo G?mez Movie Review

Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990)   2/52/52/52/52/5

Chuck Norris in Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990)

Norris Wants Drago

Drug dealer Ramon Cota (Billy Drago) always seems to be one step ahead of the authorities who are hunting him down for not just the exporting of illegal drugs in to the USA but for the murder of a father and a child. Even when they foe manage to capture him he manages to get off almost Scott free and when Colonel Scott McCoy (Chuck Norris) friend lashes out at him it leads to Cota take his anger out on him and his family. With the situation escalating with Cota taking soldiers hostage including McCoy's friend it leads to McCoy leading a group of commandoes on a raid to not just rescue those which Cota has held captive but also take revenge on Cota himself.

I don't remember where I read or heard it but I remember hearing someone say of a Cannon Films, Golan-Globus Production that they always delivered plenty of bang for your buck even if the movies they made were ridiculous and poor. This is certainly a good way to describe "Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection" which features many a big impact scene such as having caught Cota he gets thrown out of a plane without a parachute with McCoy and his partner jumping out after him and making him suffer thinking he is plunging to his death. Logically it is utterly ridiculous but as a scene which delivers some bang for your buck it succeeds.

The thing is that when you look beyond all the big action scenes, Chuck Norris kicking butt and some blood letting violence what you have left is not only routine and ridiculous but also a little long winded. We get various attempts to bring Cota in which lead to acts of revenge on those who try with it all eventually building up to McCoy leading a group of men on a mission to save those who are being held hostage and also get revenge. Simply put this contrived storyline which goes back and forth a few times is of course nothing more than a vehicle for Chuck Norris and some action with the only other thing worth mentioning is that Billy Drago made for a sinister bad guy.

What this all boils down to is that "Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection" is in truth not a very good movie due to it ending up one of those movies dominated by how much bang they could get for their buck. But in a strange way it is still kind of entertaining due to its ridiculous nature.