F/X2 Explained

Director:Richard Franklin
Producer:Bryan Brown
Dodi Fayed
Jack Wiener
Starring:Bryan Brown
Brian Dennehy
Rachel Ticotin
Joanna Gleason
Philip Bosco
Music:Lalo Schifrin
Cinematography:Victor Kemper
Editing:Andrew London
Distributor:Orion Pictures
Released:May 10, 1991
Runtime:108 min.
Preceded By:F/X
Followed By:
Amg Id:1:16483
Internet Movie Database entry 0101846

F/X2 (also known as F/X2: The Deadly Art of Illusion) is a 1991 action thriller film directed by Richard Franklin and starring Bryan Brown and Brian Dennehy. It is a sequel to the 1986 film F/X.



Rollie Tyler (Bryan Brown) is asked by his girlfriend's ex-husband, a cop, to use his special-effects expertise to help catch a serial killer. However, when things go wrong and the cop is killed, he begins to suspect a setup and corruption within the police department. He calls on the help of his friend Leo McCarthy (Brian Dennehy) to investigate the death and they discover the trail leads to an old case involving stolen gold medallions that have been missing for decades. At the same time, an unknown assassin is trying to kill Rollie and his family in an attempt to destroy all evidence of the murder.