A long-gone daddy with fists of steel and a nose for trouble.
I remember liking this one more, watching it through this time makes me wonder if I’d only seen select bits.
They didn’t have a solid story to start with or all the returning cast and it suffers for both. Not enough John Landis zaniness, but even if there was I’m not sure Eddie would play along. He seemed out of it in this.
Maybe it’s just a soft spot for earlier, over the top Tony Scott but I enjoyed this one more than I was expecting to. It’s probably not as good as the first one, but was more entertaining.
Eddie had really perfected his fast talking at this point, and it’s interesting to see how much more he fits in here than the first one.