USA Today - 07/17/1995
"...[The film features] an amusingly cast Eric Bogosian..."
Entertainment Weekly - 02/09/1996
"...More spectacular [than the original], up to and including the climactic head-on train wreck..." -- Rating: B
Los Angeles Times - 07/17/1995
"...A lively show..."
Variety - 01/01/2001
Chicago Sun-Times - 07/17/1995
"...It moves quickly, has great stunts and special effects, and is a lot of fun..."
Ex-Navy SEAL Casey Ryback returns, this time aboard a train which is hijacked by a psycho genius out to steal a satellite weapons system he invented for the government. Only the inscrutable, martial arts and weapons master Ryback can save the day in this all-out actioner.
Travis Dane, a strategic arms genius, hijacks a train and threatens to destroy the world with a top secret satellite. Fortunately, ex-CIA agent Casey Ryback happens to be traveling with his niece on that very same train. Although Dane has countless Uzi-armed henchmen, Ryback's martial arts expertise and quick mind give him enough power to take out the bad guys one by one until he comes face-to-face with the diabolical Dane.
Big Battles |
Martial Arts |
Theatrical Release |
Co-produced by Arnon Milchan-Seagal/Nasso.
Color by Technicolor.
Sound in SDDS, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound.
Additional cast: Sandra Taylor (Kelly) and Royce D. Applegate (Ryback's Cook).
Additional credits: Christopher Boyes (sound design)
"After the Train Has Gone" performed by Gregg Allman, Abraham McDonald, Todd Smallwood, Jean McClain, and Steven Seagal.
Copyright 1995 Warner Bros., Monarchy Enterprises and Regency Entertainment Inc.
The film grossed $50 million at the domestic box office.