More so here than in the first film, our hero is a fellow we can cheer. A guy who's settled into being … good. He's got humor and pluck and a never-give-up spirit. He cares for family and friends. He takes time to bolster everyone he meets. But more than anything he wants to do the right thing, no matter the cost. And that applies to everything from putting himself in the line of fire while saving a city, to simply upholding a private promise.
That's not to say there aren't any sticky bits to be cautious of in this webby pic. The movie is relentlessly and bombastically destructive. And it racks up quite a large bang-bam-boom death toll.
But that's not to minimize the fact that this flick longs for good to prevail, that it weeps at love's loss and yearns to see innocence dig in its heels before corruption and call out a fearless "You shall not pass!"... See Full Review