Fortress 2: Re-Entry

Fortress 2: Re-Entry

  • R
  • 1999
  • 1 hr 32 min
  • 4.6  (6,482)

The film starts off in a rural area. The trees are very tall and it is fall. It is a sequel of the initial Fortress film of 1993. The time is nearly 10 years later. The character John Brennick (Lambert) is living away from the regular civilized world along with his spouse Karen; and his son Danny. As you may recall, at the tail-end of the first movie, the Brennicks ended up south of the border where they were safe from the corporate giant Men-Tel and the U.S. government. Men-Tel was after them for multiple-breeding. It appears they have relocated back to the states. (That said, aside from the nice fall weather, the movie was actually shot in Europe in the enchanting locale of Luxembourg.) It is not definite while they are back in North America, particularly since they were safer in Mexico. Guess they have one eye toward their front door once more. Perhaps you need to sweep the details of the first movie aside; and just go with what the second movie offers. In effect, three persons show up at the Brennicks' rural residence. They are comprised of 2 members of the “resistance movement.” One is a female and the other is male. Brennick was in a past relationship with the female, Elena, while he was part of the Air Corps. The third person is a former executive of Men-Tel who is now on the side of Brennick. Brennick does not want to go along with getting the former executive out of the United States. He is not interested either in sharing information with the “resistance” in order to sabotage Men-Tel Corporation’s new generator which the company is in the process of constructing since its coal and oil resources are dwindling. Since these other persons come to Brennick, the question arises: How long will it take the corporate giant to subsequently locate Brennick and his family? Not long

Fortress 2: Re-Entry
Godforsaken Institution
Godforsaken Institution

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Fortress 2: Re-Entry
Fortress 2: Re-Entry

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The film starts off in a rural area. The trees are very tall and it is fall. It is a sequel of the initial Fortress film of 1993. The time is nearly 10 years later. The character John Brennick (Lambert) is living away from the regular civilized world along with his spouse Karen; and his son Danny. As you may recall, at the tail-end of the first movie, the Brennicks ended up south of the border where they were safe from the corporate giant Men-Tel and the U.S. government. Men-Tel was after them for multiple-breeding. It appears they have relocated back to the states. (That said, aside from the nice fall weather, the movie was actually shot in Europe in the enchanting locale of Luxembourg.) It is not definite while they are back in North America, particularly since they were safer in Mexico. Guess they have one eye toward their front door once more.

Perhaps you need to sweep the details of the first movie aside; and just go with what the second movie offers. In effect, three persons show up at the Brennicks' rural residence. They are comprised of 2 members of the “resistance movement.” One is a female and the other is male. Brennick was in a past relationship with the female, Elena, while he was part of the Air Corps. The third person is a former executive of Men-Tel who is now on the side of Brennick. Brennick does not want to go along with getting the former executive out of the United States. He is not interested either in sharing information with the “resistance” in order to sabotage Men-Tel Corporation’s new generator which the company is in the process of constructing since its coal and oil resources are dwindling. Since these other persons come to Brennick, the question arises: How long will it take the corporate giant to subsequently locate Brennick and his family? Not long

Fortress 2: Re-Entry is a 1999 science fiction movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 32 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.6.

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  • Release Date
    1999
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 32 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    4.6  (6,482)