Best of the Best 2 Solarmovie

Best of the Best 2 (1993)


In an underground fight club, blackbelt Travis Brickley is killed after losing to the evil martial arts master Brakus. Travis' death is witnessed by Walter Grady, the son of his best friend Alex Grady. Alex and his partner, Tommy Lee, vow to avenge their friend's death by defeating Brakus and shutting down the fight club.

Best of the Best 2 Solarmovie
Solarmovie Score: 5.9/10 from 72 votes
Release Date: 1993-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 101 min / 1:41
Production Studio : Picture Securities, The Movie Group
Production Country: United States of America


Eric Roberts
as Alex Grady
Phillip Rhee
as Tommy Lee
Chris Penn
as Travis Brickley
Edan Gross
as Walter Grady
Ralf Moeller
as Brakus
Meg Foster
as Sue MacCauley
Sonny Landham
as James
Wayne Newton
as Weldon
Betty Carvalho
as Grandma
Simon Rhee
as Dae Han
Hayward Nishioka
as Sae Jin Kwon
Claire Stansfield
as Greta
Ken Nagayama
as Yung June
Frank Salsedo
as Charlie
Stefanos Miltsakakis
as Stavros
Myung Kue Kim
as Khan
Patrick Kilpatrick
as Finch
Mike Genovese
as Gus
Nicholas Worth
as Sick Humor
Matt Thomas
as Soft Voice
Edward Bunker
as Spotlight Operator
David Rody
as Slimy Man
John Charles Sheeham
as Front Doorman
Kane Hodder
as Backdoor Man
Randy Gomes
as Policeman
Robert Radler
as Floor Manager
Harry Hauss
as Helicopter Pilot
Buckley Norris
as Gambler
Rain Ivana
as Teller
Cliff Emmich
as Texan
Alex Desir
as Andre Marais
Lionel Washington
as Hammer
Amanda Barry
as Bartender
Albie Selznick
as Man in Crowd
Melissa Holgate
as Woman in Crowd
Christine Soustre
as Woman in Bar
Manny Perry
as Gunman in Desert
Cristy Thom
as Girl at Restaurant
Randy Falcon
as Native Indian
Bob Lewis
as Minister
Rusty Meyers
as TV Reporter
Jonathan Strauss
as Boy Basketball Player
Jeff Olan
as Security Guard
Gunter Ziegler
as Security Guard
Rene Beard
as Spectator (uncredited)
David Boreanaz
as Parking Valet (uncredited)
Andrea Carlson
as Extra (uncredited)
Chris Carnel
as Barkus sparring partner (uncredited)
James Choi
as Barkus sparring partner (uncredited)
Kelly Clayton
as Barkus sparring partner (uncredited)
Bryan Hanna
as Tae-Kwon-Do Instructor / Judge (uncredited)
Peter Iacangelo III
as Black Belt Candidate (uncredited)
André Lima
as Barkus sparring partner (uncredited)
Ginger Marin
as Karate Mom (uncredited)
Keaton Simons
as Older Boy (uncredited)
Michael Treanor
as Extra (uncredited)


Art Gary Frutkoff Production Design
Editing Bert Lovitt Editor
Production Steven Brown Unit Production Manager
Editing Florent Retz Editor
Art Colin D. Irwin Set Designer
Costume & Make-Up Mona May Costume Design
Sound David Michael Frank Original Music Composer
Crew Fred Tammes Cinematography
Production Betsy Chasse Production Coordinator
Production Peter E. Strauss Executive Producer
Writing John Allen Nelson Screenplay
Production Phillip Rhee Producer
Directing Robert Radler Director
Production Deborah Scott Co-Producer
Writing Max Strom Screenplay
Directing Dea Cantu Script Supervisor
Production Maureen A. Arata Casting
Production Frank Giustra Executive Producer
Production Jeanne Stack Unit Manager
Art Phill Norman Title Designer
Sound Stephen Bedell Music Supervisor
Art Bill Rea Art Direction
Production Marlon Staggs Co-Producer
Production Eliza Rayfiel Casting
Art Anna Rita Raineri Set Decoration
Art Jeff McLuckie Set Decoration
Production Paul D. Boydston Location Manager
Crew Bob Muse Pilot