The 2nd

The 2nd

Byr Brian Skiba

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release: 2020-09-01
  • Rate: NR
  • Lenght: 1h 33min
  • Director: Brian Skiba
  • Producer: Fury Film Franchise
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 5.99
From 12 Certification


Secret-service agent Vic Davis (Ryan Phillippe) is on his way to pick up his estranged son, Shawn (Jack Griffo), from his college campus when he finds himself in the middle of a high-stakes terrorist operation. The daughter of a Supreme Court Justice is the target and this armed faction will stop at nothing to kidnap her. Vic quickly realizes that there's no one coming to rescue them and must now use his entire set of skills to save her and his son from an incredibly dangerous and lethal situation.



  • Awful

    By Marcalec
    My sons forbade me to chose another movie, for 1 month, until they forget it was my fault that we watched this horrible one ... 🤬
  • Best movie during COVID-19

    By k_l_a_96
    When is the sequel??????
  • Stupid but fun

    By 123andb
    It’s not that it wasn’t enjoyable - if you turned your brain off. But don’t expect anything that makes sense. Parts were cute.
  • 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼

    By Green Tee 🍵
  • Save your money

    By souldrifter
    Awful movie. Low budget trash.
  • Terrible movie

    By Alexander@57
    I pay to watch the movie since the lead character is well known but I was wrong, one of the worst movie ever, wish I can get my money😢
  • waste of money

    By Prvel
    I couldn’t finish the movie.
  • Love it!

    By counteyangel132005
    If you like action movies, it’s a great movie and you should watch it. I loved it! Great storyline. Liberals will hate it. Here’s a taste of your own medicine. Proud to see a movie about second amendment right.
  • So BAD

    By You place pops
    I lost an hour and a half of my life. Would have been bad if it was on basic cable.
  • Not good in any aspect

    By jayzwill
    The dialogue is rough, the production value was very low, and the action sequences were weak. It is the same plot arc that we have seen a bunch of times but with the twist of trying to abolish the 2nd Amendment. In the days of action movies like John Wick where bullet counts and reloads are a deliberate detail, paid heavy attention to in production; this one didn’t have a single reload that I saw. Most of the weapons were obvious rubber duckies, which for safety reasons is understandable. But, better fakes would have raised the production value a little in my opinion. The most painful part was the scene when Ryan Phillipe’s son was shooting at the driver. On a delegate building, the sniper was aimed at him and magically within seconds, Ryan is on the roof fighting her. Timing doesn’t even come close to checking out. I loved Ryan Phillipe in Shooter but even his decent skills with proper weapons handling and hand to hand combat couldn’t save this film for me. I went into watching this movie with very low expectations but was still surprised at how poor the fight scenes were executed. Some of which were hard to watch they were so bad. I hate to say it but, the trailer was the only part of this movie that was actually decent.