Adkins and the Kirby Bros expertly pick up where this ultimate franchise left off.

Synopsis: “The Accident Man is back and this time he must best the top assassins in the world, to protect the ungrateful son of a mafia boss, save the life of his only friend and rekindle his relationship with his maniacal father figure.”

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Mike Fallon is back and better than ever. This film takes some of the best aspects of the first film and amplifies them to the max. This film is a joyride from start to finish. Directing the film are the Kirby Brothers, Harry and George, taking the reins from Action Maestro Jesse V. Johnson.

The action is a collaborative effort with some pre-viz being done by Tim Man before being summoned for a different project, Scott himself and Jackie Chan Stunt Team alum Andy Long Nguyen (who also plays as Oyumi, The Ninja). The characters are colorful and brilliant and its refreshing to see some returning faces in the form of Ray Stevenson, playing Big Ray and Perry Benson, playing Finnicky Fred. We are also given a few flashbacks to the first film as Fallon struggles to accepts the consequences of his actions. 

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But How Ultimate is it?

This film is a highlight to my entire year as I had followed the production through Scott’s Instagram posts. This film is a solid 10 out of 10. The action delivers. The Humor delivers. All of this while never losing the human aspect of the characters. 

Go check out both of the films available of VOD and Digital.