After foiling the criminal plans of the international money-laundering syndicate DOA, our hero from Macau, Ken is ready to sit back and enjoy life. Ken's plan for a calm existence comes to a halt when his protégé, Vincent joins Interpol and asks for his master's help in arresting the real mastermind of DOA, Ms. Aoi. Though initially refusing to help, Ken eventually decides to work with Interpol again, as he is nearly killed by Aoi in retaliation for the destructive act he did to DOA.
Mark, the Chief Accountant of DOA and a highly intelligent guy, betrays Aoi. He steals the dirty money amounting to USD15 billion from DOA via the internet and flees to Thailand with his daughter Yan. Aoi sends numerous hit men to hunt him down. Ken and the Interpol are also after him as he will be a material witness against DOA.
In Thailand, Ken and Vincent get into a fierce wit and fist game with the hit men to save Mark. The sly Mark slips through Ken's hands several times before he is finally captured. Mark eventually allies himself with Ken to work against Aoi. However, new complications arise when the love of Ken's life, Molly appears to be in league with his enemies.
It all comes together in an ultimate battle of life and death at an altitude of 30,000 feet in "The Dragon's Palace", the sky castle of DOA. This will be one of the biggest gambles in Ken's life. Who will emerge as the ultimate winner? Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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I thought this should be a movie about gambling? I must say that this movie is a piece of total junk and that no one should waste their time on this movie.
It's shameful, the whole movie is soulless, tasteless and obnoxious. I almost felt insulted after seeing him. The producer and staff did not respect their audience. The plot was empty and careless, the camera work was like an 80-year-old TV show, the acting was amateurish. One of the actors simply did not have facial expressions throughout the film. I entered with few expectations but was still amazed at how bad it was. They could not even do simple shots made in preformed CGI right. The few action scenes have been seriously shot and seem completely unreal. The hidden ads are no longer hidden, they are dumped directly into your face blatantly without any disguise. The movie producer did not really care about making a cheap film to raise any amount of money they could get.
In general, "From Vegas to Macau II" is trash, plot is messy that makes no sense. I know this was supposed to be a comedy movie, but the jokes are not funny at all, and the pointless argument makes the jokes even more unpleasant to hear. Terrible dialogues, writing and acting totally destroyed the performance of this film. CGI made me cry so horrible that she is.