|Rated: Not Rated (Dove approved for ages twelve and up)|
Starring: Bruce Marchiano, David A. R. White, and Robert Miano
Released: September 18, 2012 (DVD)
The sequel to The Encounter.
My Review: What was the whole point of this movie? That's the question I had when the credits rolled. It's sort of a morality play, but the movie itself takes too long to get anywhere, and the sequence at the end seemed pointless. The original Encounter movie was great; this follow-up is poor. Stick with the original.
- Sex: It is mentioned that a woman was sold into and later rescued from a brothel. Kissing is seen. 4/5
- Nudity: A female character's outfit shows cleavage. 4/5
- Language: A bit of name-calling. 4.5/5
- Violence: People are shot at quite often; one person is shot dead. A guy points a gun to his own head, but doesn't pull the trigger. Another guy is seen with a gash on his face. Two guys get into a brawl. 2.5/5
- Drugs: One of the main characters is a drug lord, which leads to many discussions about how addicting drugs are. It is also mentioned that one character got his wife addicted to heroin, and that another character's sister died of a drug overdose. Smoking is also seen; drinking alcohol is mentioned. The drug content alone could easily earn a "PG-13" from the MPAA. 2/5
- Frightening/Intense Scenes: See "Violence". 2.5/5
- Other: Some people may not like the fact that this movie makes light of the 2004 Asian tsunami. 4/5