The second version of the Beverly Hills Cop series centres on the Alphabet Crimes, a gun smuggling ring, that Chief Bogomil is attempting to figure out. Unfortunately, the Chief is gunned down by the enemy and left in serious condition; thus, Axel Foley leaves Detroit to come out to Beverly Hills to check on the status of his friend.
I won't spoil the rest; however, I was impressed by whomever decided to cast Nielsen and Prochnow as the baddies because they were very believable. I was slightly disappointed with some of the shtick from Murphy as at times the movie was slightly over-improvised, but I enjoyed the scenes in the Strip Club and the Playboy Mansion.
I also have to give credit to director Tony Scott for the visual effects as they were stunning. Overall, the sequel is not as good as the original, but it is still a worthy movie for any collection.