A terrific action flick reminiscent of classic 90''''s Jackie Chan films
Still, there are minor flaws. Like every other Chinese films of late, flashbacks and dramatic scenes are rendered like bad 90''''s soap dramas – cut to slow-motion with colored filter, bad sound FX and obvious sad music cues so laughably bad its beyond parody. Noticeable green screen work occur here and there, as well as some obvious bad CGI during explosions. However these are minor occurrences that shouldn''''t detract from the overall experience.
不过，电影中也有一些小瑕疵。和最近上映的其他国家的电影一样，倒叙和戏剧性的场景被渲染的就像90年代的肥皂剧一样 —— 用彩色滤镜、糟糕的音效以及悲伤的音乐来插入到慢镜头当中，这显得非常滑稽。明显的绿屏工作（译注：特效）到处都是，以及一些爆炸镜头让人一眼就能看出来是CG特效。不过，这些瑕疵并不能影响这部电影的效果。
8 for those fans of Chinese-style action movies
A movie which might be regarded as Chinese nationalist propaganda but some scenes in the movie are based on the real world cases such as Chinese citizens'''' rescue and evacuation missions in Libya 2011 and Yemen 2015. Nevertheless, its action scenes are worth for rating 8 if you are really a fan of Chinese style action movies.
One of the best Chinese-produced movies
Went to watch the movie yesterday as I heard it was a big hit in China. I am not the biggest fan of Chinese movies, but this one really impressed me. I have watched Wolf Warrior which I would consider as a good movie, but II is way much better. It is the first Chinese movie that is built on the context of African country and actually shot in South Africa, bearing the risk of suffering the disturbance on the set. The way the plot unfolds and the courage and patriotism is delivered to its audience makes it more than a simple action movie. Love this movie and will go for it a second time.
Awesome action, Propagandist pinch
Having been in anticipation of Wolf Warrior 2 since February, Wu Jing''''s work doesn''''t disappoint. Generous with the servings of choreographed close combat action, big guns (tanks) and firepower, Wolf Warrior 2 does impress!
However, that''''s when it got me thinking. Does it always have to be that loud to be eye-catching? The larger than life action while appreciated, deserves questioning for its hyper-realism.
Propagandist tinges, like the first, were clearly evident. There were scenes which were clear to me that was dedicated at stirring nationalistic sentiments, invoking pride, dignity and a sense of empowerment among Chinese nationals. Amidst the wide Chinese diaspora and prominence as a superpower, Wu Jing is not ashamed to chide America as a power of the past through this film.
Overall, Wu Jing certainly make this sequel louder and larger than the first. "Once a wolf warrior, always a wolf warrior." Nationalism, the centrality of China and her military/economic/political prowess were featured prominently. Firmly announcing "Watch out for China," Wolf Warrior does pinches at time, in propagandist tones.
Improvement on the original with more over the top action and Chinese nationalism