Chameleon II: Death Match
|Chameleon II: Death Match|
Craig R. Baxley|
|Produced by||Brian Burgess|
|Written by||Bennett Cohen|
|Music by||Roger Neill|
|Edited by||Sonny Baskin|
|Distributed by||CBS Television Distribution|
Chameleon II: Death Match is a 1999 science fiction action television movie, starring Bobbie Phillips. It was written by Bennett Cohen and directed by Craig R. Baxley and Russell King. The film is part of a trilogy. It is a sequel to the 1998 film Chameleon and was followed by a second sequel, Chameleon 3: Dark Angel. Chameleon II was first aired on October 15, 1999 at UPN.
Kam (Bobbie Phillips), a genetically altered agent is called back to action when the clientele of a luxury casino is taken hostage by an audacious criminal.
- Bobbie Phillips as Kam
- Casey Siemaszko as Jake Booker
- Kara Zediker as Webster, IBI Director
- Jerome Ehlers as Nicky Quade
- John Waters as Henry Kubica
Robert Pardi from TV Guide gave the film two out of four stars and wrote: "Why doesn't someone cast B-movie icon Bobbie Phillips in a top-of-the-line movie? She's this DIE Hard rip-off's most attractive selling point, and a fine advertisement for genetic reconfiguring." Jim McLennan from "Girls with Guns" did liked the film and stated: "Overall, this is a poor follow-up. You shouldn’t try to remake classics, unless you can bring something new to the party, and while Phillips is certainly no worse an actor than Bruce Willis, it’s not enough to stop this seeming a lame copy."
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