Directed by Jesse V. Johnson.
Starring Scott Adkins, Louis Mandylor, Vladimir Kulich, Vernon Wells, Marina Sirtis, Mayling Ng and Ski Carr.
DEBT COLLECTORS Trailer (2020) Scott Adkins Movie [The Debt Collector 2] © 2020 – Sony Pictures
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We watch action movies to be entertained, and Debt Collectors is entertaining as hell. We even have a little bit of They Live fistfight homage.
Once again, Scott Adkins kicks and punches like a boss, but he also brings his natural humorous charisma that proves he’s more than just a talking punching bag.
Just like the first film. Louis Mandylor owns every scene. He’s the heart and soul of the franchise, and with any luck, we might get a trilogy. Also, Jesse V. Johnson is on a directing roll. He brought us the first great action movie of 2020 with The Mercenary, and he keeps it going with Debt Collectors.
Action fans get excited, Debt Collectors is the action movie you need in your life.
French (Scott Adkins) and Sue (Louis Mandylor) are back and still breathing. Sue enlists French to help him collect three debts owed to their old boss, Tommy. (Vladimir Kulich) As the debts get paid, the fellas realize all isn’t what it seems and now they have to do everything in their power to survive, so they can make this franchise a trilogy.
Debt collectors French and Sue get to work doing what they do best — cracking skulls and breaking bones — as they chase down the various lowlifes who owe money to their boss, Tommy. They’re summoned to Las Vegas to collect from a dirty casino owner, who happens to be a vicious ex-lover of Sue’s. Meanwhile, a notorious drug kingpin is on the warpath to kill French and Sue to avenge his brother’s death. Facing danger from all angles, the pair will have no other choice but to fight their way out of an explosively dangerous situation.
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: Jesse V. Johnson
Written By: Jesse V. Johnson, Stu Small
In Theaters: May 29, 2020 Limited
On Disc/Streaming: May 29, 2020
Runtime: 97 minutes
Studio: Samuel Goldwyn Films