The Don is back!
As he promised in the last movie, he's now king of the underworld, controlling pretty much the entire drug trade in Asia. Of course, this also means he's recieved some powerful enemies, but he doesn't seem to have much trouble dealing with them (as he shows quite nicely in the deja-vuish introductory fight).
He soon hands himself in to the Police, much to Roma's great surprise and satisfaction, only to look up his old buddy/now enemy Vardaahn, break out of prison and start planning (together with a set of allies and enemies) for the biggest job of the century.
For a while it seems like his going good is all to please the audience, like... he really is going to change! But then you don't know Don, and this movie wouldn't be what it is without the twists. Really, really clever detective/thriller/action drama, that this time around features much higher budget, coreography and sceneries all around the globe. Nothing beats the original of course, but this is a more than worthy sequel.
They should change the
Catching Don is not only difficult, it's impossible catchphrase to
Catching Don is difficult, keeping him caught is impossible. Great watch!
rated 4/5: fo shizzle