R | | Adventure, Action
In this sequel, Scott Wylde, an American kickboxer, must go to Cambodia to rescue his Vietnamese girlfriend from Russian and Vietnamese troops.
In a fairly recent interview on YouTube with Ric Draisin on his show 'Ric's Corner', Matthias Hues claimed he was paid around $6000 for his work on the film, which ran out quickly. He said the result was a period of homelessness, as the film wasn't released for around one year so he wasn't getting other film offers for a while.
We're in a deep hole - we're gonna need a packed hand to get out of it.
Scott Wylde: How about... a royal flush!
Black haired stuntman doing the somersault in the boxing ring for Loren Avedon.
In Australia, the title in the opening credits is simply "Raging Thunder", not "No Retreat, No Surrender 2: Raging Thunder". This (along with the absence of any familiar faces from the first movie) caused a lot of confusion with viewers as they thought they were watching the wrong film (the title on all the video boxes was "No Retreat No Surrender 2", with the "Raging Thunder" part being very small and unnoticeable).
$108,154 (USA) (29 January 1989)
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