Don Wilson (Scorpion King 4)
Stacie Foster(Anoter World)
Tony Burton (Rocky)
Anthony De Longis (Masters of The Universe)
John Kassir (Tales from The Crypt)
Steve Burton (Taken)
Athena Massey (Virtual Combat)
Cyber Tracker 2, directed by PM Entertainment co-founder Richard Pepin (he also directed the first Cyber Tracker), stars Don “The Dragon” Wilson as federal agent Eric Phillips, a badass undercover operative looking to take down a major criminal when the movie begins. Of course, as major criminal takedowns tend to go at the beginning of any sort of action flick, the takedown quickly goes south and Phillips is forced to defend himself against an onslaught of heavily armed bad guys. The bad guy onslaught, despite multiple exploding cars, is no match for Phillips’ backup led by old friend and fellow badass Swain (the now late but always great Tony Burton), a SWAT team armed with exploding laser shotguns, and a Cyber Tracker android cyborg with a gatling gun arm. Once the bad guys are eliminated, Phillips goes home to talk with his home computer Aggie (Peggy McIntaggart) and bang his hot wife Connie (Stacie Foster). As you may recall from the first Cyber Tracker, Connie was a TV news reporter who moonlighted as the head of an underground organization known as the Union for Human Rights. She was considered a terrorist until the UHR was able to show the world that using cyborgs to kill criminals without a trial was a bad idea. She then apparently went back to being a TV news reporter and married Phillips, who joined her cause when he was the target of an assassination attempt. Phillips and Connie now live a sort of normal, boring life. They’re a couple, they’re busy with their individual jobs, but they somehow find the time to hang out with one another and, on occasion, have sex in the dark. It may not be the greatest, most exciting life in the world, but it works for both of them.So, of course, Phillips’s and Connie’s lives go to hell when it appears that Connie, while covering a press conference featuring the governor of California, kills the governor in cold blood. How the hell did that happen? And why would it happen? Why would Connie want to kill the governor? Phillips immediately tries to figure out what the hell is going on, along with his brother-in-law and fellow UHR hoodlum Jared (Steve Burton). Little do Phillips and Jared know that an underground criminal organization is using the remnants of the cyborg technology seen in the first Cyber Tracker to create a series of undetectable cyborg assassins. Led by professional scumbag Paris Morgan (Anthony De Longis), the governor’s assassination was initiated by the lieutenant governor Damien Rhodes a man who just wants more power for himself. The authorities put out an arrest warrant for Connie and send assassination Trackers after her, hoping to either kill her or get her to give up. Connie doesn’t give up, though, and stands behind Phillips, who can’t believe that he has to kill goddamn cyborgs again. Cyborgs are supposed to be his friends now. So after destroying a Tracker assassin and deciding that they’ll have to go back to fighting cyborgs, Phillips and Connie find Tripwire (John Kassir), one of the last full time UHR activists, and ask for his help. Tripwire is a little too eccentric than anyone is used to, but their options are limited Who else is going to jump back into the cyborg war, which apparently ended worldwide in the very early 2000’s as a public/private partnership. Cyborgs are still around, like the gatling gun cyborg known as Tracker #9 that helps Phillips kill bad guys, but the cyborgs, by and large, are owned and operated by the federal government. It seems like a better fit. So what the hell is going on? Connie didn’t kill the governor, but the assassin sure did look like Connie. Apparently, Morgan has a scientist on his payroll named Ruben ) who has managed to master the art of making a cyborg assassin look like anyone, and Ruben created a cyborg that looks like Connie. It’s a brilliant scheme as everyone suddenly believes that Connie killed the governor. If Morgan and his henchmen can find the real Connie and kill her, Morgan will be in the clear and have a major business on his hands. And with the Super Tracker (Peter H. Kent), man, no one will be able to stop Morgan’s assassination business.So while all of that is going on, Swain is trying to figure out what the heck is going on with the Cyber Tracker program. Something is up, but what? Phillips contacts him to find out what he knows, and Swain agrees to meet with Phillips in person and exchange information. It’s at this point that we, along with Phillips and Swain, that Morgan’s criminal scheme has created a cyborg assassin that looks exactly like Phillips, and that Morgan intends to get the public to turn on Phillips, too. So the Phillips assassin kills a bunch of cops and then goes directly after the real Phillips and Swain.Cyber Tracker 2 is a bit of a disappointment story wise, but it makes up for a confusing story with plenty of spectacular action. In the end, it’s a great flick.