Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011) Full Movie

Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown
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Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011) : Four fighters different backgrounds come together to train under an ex MMA rising star and then ultimately have to fight each other and the traitor in heir midst.

Title Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011)
Release Date Sep 13, 2011
Genres ,
Production Company Stage 6 Films
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Michael Jai White, Gralen Bryant Banks, Eddie Bravo, Alex Meraz, Stacey Asaro, Rus Blackwell, Beau Brasso, Dean Geyer, Scottie Epstein, Todd Duffee, Evan Peters
Plot Keywords cage, kiss, fistfight, sports, cage fighting, kickboxer, martial arts tournament, beefcake, martial arts training
Case
Case
Michael Jai White
Frankie
Frankie
Gralen Bryant Banks
D.J. Bravo
D.J. Bravo
Eddie Bravo
Zack Gomes
Zack Gomes
Alex Meraz
Receptionist
Receptionist
Stacey Asaro
Cop
Cop
Rus Blackwell
Fighter
Fighter
Beau Brasso
Mike Stokes
Mike Stokes
Dean Geyer
Justin Epstein
Justin Epstein
Scottie Epstein
Tim Newhouse
Tim Newhouse
Todd Duffee
Max Cooperman
Max Cooperman
Evan Peters
Doctor
Doctor
J. Patrick McNamara

Reviews

  • Dan_Tebasco

    Not a bad sequel to the first one, the characters are all new (except for Evan Peters who had a supporting role in the original) but the plot is on a similar page. In this one there is 4 instead of just 1 fighters we follow which makes for a good change up. To be fair I'm not sure any of the 4 could have a movie focused on only 1 of them because it's definitly a case where they got chosen for their fighting abilities more than their acting abilities. That said they do what their characters require of them and they all manage to get their personalities out on the screen so even though neither of them will probably ever win any acting awards in these roles they are perfectly acceptable. Michael Jai White steps up on the acting tip for sure as their mentor. Not a perfect film by any means and the budget seems to only been a 10th of the original film but they make do with what they got and provide a pretty entertaining film, with a kickass soundtrack to boot. The second time I watched it, the first time I gave it a 6/10 but now I'm willing to raise it up to a 6.5/10.