Speed 2: Cruise Control
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Speed 2: Cruise Control

1997. Action, thriller by Jan de Bont. 2h01m. USA: PG-13 not recommended for young children violence language
'' It was good, but not as good as speed 1. It had its own unique scenes...
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Annie Porter (Bullock) can't seem to escape maniacal terrorists, as she discovers soon after boarding a posh luxury liner with her engagement-minded boyfriend, Alex. The bad news is that the disgruntled--and recently fired--mastermind behind the ship's electronic control systems wants revenge against the ship's management, so he sets the ship on a collision course with such deadly targets as an offshore oil tanker. The good news is that Alex has been training on the sly with an elite LAPD SWAT team, so the plucky pair resolves to save their fellow passengers.
Sandra Bullock
Jason Patric
Willem Dafoe
Temuera Morrison
Brian McCardie
Christine Firkins
Michael G. Hagerty
Colleen Camp
Lois Chiles
Francis Guinan
Tamia
Jeremy Hotz
Enrique Murciano
Jessica Diz
Connie Ray

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