The finale of the television series about Dr. David Banner, a scientist who transforms into a mighty, larger-than-life creature called the Hulk when he gets angry. Desperately attempting to... See full summary »
When Simon Mills is looking for a missing scientist, he believes that a revolutionary knows as Miguel has him. And that he is using him to get his formula for something that can accelerate the aging process. So he sends Steve Rogers aka Captain America to find him. His only lead is a chemical that the scientist needs for his formula. Steve follows it to small town. It's then that Steve notices some weird things going on.Some men tell Steve to leave town. It's also then that Miguel threatens to spray the chemical on a major city unless his demands are met. Which the President will not agree to.Written by
Reb Brown and his stunt double have noticeably different physiques; the double's chest is much more defined. See more »
You didn't expect to fool an old jungle fighter with a boomerang trick like that, did you?
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There are two different opening sequences: One begins with a recap of _Captain America_ (1979) and uses the comics-book-cover logo (seen on the video box art) as the title without the "II" or subtitle. The other omits the recap and uses a more generic font for the title, spelling "Captain America II" on three lines in red, white and blue (one color for each line). See more »
This is a sequel to the made for television movie "Captain America", which was released later in the same year as the first movie, and things haven't improved that much. True, this sequel has the advantage that it doesn't have to explain the origin of its hero, and it has a bit more action than the first movie, but that's about it when it comes to improvements. Like the first movie, it moves really slowly for the most part, and in the few moments where there is some action, it feels very sluggish and not the least bit exciting. It also has a cheap feeling like the first movie, with obvious shooting on studio back lots and other inexpensive locations. Sometimes it's stupid enough to provoke a few unintended laughs, but for the most part it's tiresome inanity. If you are still curious about the movie because Christopher Lee is in it, be aware that it's obvious that Lee had his limited number of scenes knocked off in two days of shooting at the most.
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