LAPD lieutenant Mike Harrigan and his self-confident detective partner Jerry Lambert soon realize that what appeared to be a bloody feud between the voodoo high priest King Willie’s Jamaican gangs and Ramon Vega’s Colombian drug gang is really the work of a terrifying third party. Peter Keyes’s federal team safeguards the crime scene even from the LAPD. Though after forensics verifies it must be an alien, who keeps making victims, the chase brings them all together.
The Predator – Kevin Peter Hall
Lieutenant Mike Harrigan – Danny Glover
Danny Archuleta – Ruben Blades
Maria Conchita Alonso – Leona Cantrell
Bill Paxton – Jerry Lambert
Robert Davi – Captain Phil Heinemann
Adam Baldwin – Garber
Kent McCord – Captain B. Pilgrim
Morton Downey Jr. – Tony Pope
Calvin Lockhart – King Willie
Steve Kahan – Sergeant
Henry Kingi – El Scorpio
Corey Rand – Ramon Vega
Elpidia Carrillo – Anna
Lilyan Chauvin – Irene Edwards
Michael Mark Edmondson – Gold Tooth
Charles Haugk – Charlie
Sylvia Kauders – Ruth
Charles David Richards – Commuter
Julian Reyes – Juan Beltran
Vonte Sweet – Sweet
Ronald Moss – Jerome
Brian Levinson – Brian
Diana James – Leona’s Friend
Why I choose this movie?
I choose this movie as I love the predator and alien story lines and so on, so far predator and alien are one of my favourite non-star trek extra-terrestrial. Though this movie is not as close to my heart as the first one it still has a place on my shelf, I would say it is still worth watching. As the drama (what I call drama) is great as is the action.
When Harrigan moves into the building to catch the Colombian gang, the SWAT Sergeant who tries to stop him has 3 stripes on his sleeves but has Staff Sergeant’s stripes on his hat.
The Predator is shown walking with King Willie’s decapitated head and King Willie is screaming. Decapitated heads would not be able to make vocal noise since the lungs moving air over the vocal cords is essential to vocalize.