Total Force 2

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Total Force 2
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Directed bySteven Kaman
Written bySteven Kaman
Produced byRustam Branaman
Steven Kaman
CinematographyDwight F. Lay
Edited byTucker Stilley
Music byBarry Coffing
Distributed byCinequanon Pictures International Inc.
Release date
  • May 26, 1997 (1997-05-26)
Running time
91 min.
CountryUnited States

Total Force 2 (also known as Absolute Force) is a 1997 action film co-produced, written and directed by Steven Kaman and starring Timothy Bottoms and Oleg Taktarov. The film is a sequel for Total Force (1996), that was also written and directed by Kaman and starred by Bottoms. [1]



A corrupt politician intends to use a powerful weapon to execute an evil plan


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