Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)

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Darkman and Durant return and they hate each other as much as ever. This time, Durant has plans to take over the city's drug trade using high-tech weaponry. Darkman must step in and try to stop Durant once and for all.

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  • Arnold Vosloo in Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)
  • Larry Drake in Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)
  • Larry Drake in Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)
  • Renée O'Connor and Arnold Vosloo in Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)
  • Larry Drake in Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)
  • Horribly disfigured, Darkman (Arnold Vosloo) searches for the scientific breakthrough that will make him whole - and vengence upon the man who destroyed his life.

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23 May 2009 | Quebec_Dragon
| Mediocre low-budget straight-to-video sequel
Straight to video sequel that lost most of the charm and quirks of the original. The new actor playing Darkman had a beautiful voice but was painfully corny at times. The standout was definitely the journalist (Kim Delaney) and she's in the best moment of the film (you'll know when you see it). The action scenes were far from the quality of the first film but then again, this sequel obviously had a much lower budget. It's a mediocre flick as in very average TV pilot quality, and not painfully bad as the turd, pardon third movie. It's something to see as a curiosity if you liked the first Darkman.

Rating: 4 out of 10

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Did You Know?


The final shot of the movie clearly shows Canada's tallest building, the CN Tower, located in downtown Toronto, Ontario.


Robert G. Durant, Rollo Latham, Durant Henchman & CEO Inter-City Land Development: You wouldn't know a plan if it was pounded up your ass with a jackhammer.
Robert G. Durant, Rollo Latham, Durant Henchman & CEO Inter-City Land Development: We have some plans, why don't you let us take care of things for awhile?


At the very beginning of the recap intro, Liam Neeson's face is shown in the torture scene and when Peyton's head is out of the red acid, it turns into Arnold Vosloo's face.

Alternate Versions

The differences as shown in the elongated TV version [indicated from a 1999 November showing on the Sci-Fi channel] are:

  • Darkman (Arnold Vosloo) is introduced in the film immediately before the car chase; watching it from above. He then slides down a rope in front of a neon-lit sign. In a series of crosscutting, the car chase ensues as Darkman runs on rooftops. In the DVD/VHS version, Darkman is not introduced until after the car chase ends when the character Steve is shot; followed by a woman's scream. The shot of Darkman swinging down is never featured. The crosscutting of Darkman running only occurs as a gunman flees from the car wrecks. The TV version also features a shot of the policemen apprehending the immobilized gunman after Darkman's remark: "Thanks for the donation." This single shot is absent from the DVD/VHS.
  • After the scene where Peyton Westlake and Dr. David Brinkman (Jesse Collins) agree to be partners, Brinkman is seen waving off to a jetting Westlake replying solemnly, "Partners..." Directly afterward, a wide establishing tracking shot of Westlake's lab is featured. It then cuts to a medium shot of Westlake silently switching on a remote control. A radio is heard during these two shots reporting the weather. In the DVD/VHS version, none of this included. As Westlake jets out of Brinkman's lab, it cuts directly to a shot of Westlake's remote camera running across the floor with Westlake already at the controls.
  • Westlake, once again in his lab, becomes enraged after reminiscing about what Dr. David Brinkman said to him before his murder. He screams savagely knocking objects off his desk, and then proceeds to run around his lab destroying additional objects. He is then interrupted by the TV's broadcast stating the name, "Robert Durant..." which features the character Jill Randall (Kim Delaney) and her live report. This then gives the motivation for Westlake to meet her. In the DVD/VHS version, this bit where he is interrupted by the TV is missing.
  • When Westlake is confronted by Jill at the post office, the scene ends with a shot of her walking out the door and him in a close up holding up his scarred hands and then putting them to his face. This shot is missing in the DVD/VHS version.
  • Before the scene where the character Eddie (David Ferry) is knocked out in the bathroom, a medium shot on a street corner shows Eddie stopping to look at his watch, and then him proceeding across the street with a silver briefcase. The shot eventually tilts up to reveal a large office building. In the DVD/VHS version, an exterior shot at the same street corner features the building, but no Eddie at all. It is a different shot because the traffic is not the same.
  • When Darkman salutes Jill's photo seen on a TV in a store window, a shot shows him walk off with his cart further down to darker parts of the street as Randy Miller's musical score intensifies. The narration starts as the shot dissolves to a silhouette of Darkman looking out towards the city. In the DVD/VHS version, the narration starts at the shot of Darkman saluting, which then dissolves directly to the silhouette.
  • NOTE: Ordinarily, the intensely violent moments of the film are also removed to fit TV standards [depending on what that particular network allows].


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Action | Crime | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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