About as coherent as a sausage roll.
The 2nd 2020
The 2nd bears the hallmarks of a film greenlit as a favour to someone.
The title bears about a second's worth of relevance to the rest of the film, there's enough ham acting to fill a dozen catering platters, consistent colour treatment seems to have been forgotten about in post, and the sound levels jump from deafening to whisper quiet mid-scene on more than one occasion. Oh and there's a Russian character who alternates between an Eastern Bloc and West Coast accent too.
This film is good at one thing though — being bad.
An enjoyable revenge-based action flick with enough explosions and hand-to-hand combat to keep most people happy. There’s even a shootout scene in a piñata store thrown in for good measure.