King Kong Aint' Got Sh*t On Me
That doesn't mean that they can't use the same character. The story picks up eight years after the original. Jake Hoyt (Ethan Hawke's character) is still working the narcotics beat, but he's an old and grizzled veteran now. He's teamed up for a day with a new trainee, a black officer. Now, it's Jake's turn to train the young cop in the ways of the street, as they go after thugs and murderers. What Jake doesn't realize, however, is that he's also being pursued by someone else, who is seeking revenge.
That's typical straight-to-DVD fare. It's Fisher's second feature effort since his biographical film; the other was ATL.
I wonder who they'll get to play Jake? Who is the poor man's Ethan Hawke these days? Shawn Hotosy?