The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Takes every advantage to mimic "Rosemary's Baby" and fails big time...
Esforça-se ao máximo para ser uma versão contemporânea de O Bebê de Rosemary, mas consegue apenas soar como um filme barato produzido para a televisão.
Shoots for a modern-day Rosemary's Baby vibe but comes off more like the misshapen spawn of Godsend and The Seventh Sign.
Terminally dull Rosemary's Baby ripoff with leaden pacing & lazy acting. Not even worth watching for Heather Graham. In fact, it's best she scrubs this from her filmography altogether.
Graham plays a woman who together with her husband desperately wants to be a parent. They go to a fertility clinic and she soon becomes pregnant with twins. Later on they discover that these are the genes of the devil. Very strange movie and not very good.
This story deals with a young couple named Samantha Howard, (Heather Graham) and her husband Craig Howard, (James Purefoy) who are a very happy couple in love and Craig is a writer who finally finds a publisher for his book which will provide excellent financial security. However, the only problem facing this couple is the fact they are having a very hard time having a baby. Eventually, Craig and Samantha find a company that can help them have insemination treatment which helps Samantha have twin babies. Samantha is very happy about her ability to have children but notices that where ever she goes a hooded stranger follows her. As you view this film you will find out just what type of children Samantha gave birth to in this world.
Writer Craig Howard (James Purefoy) and his beautiful wife Samantha (Heather Graham) are desperate to have a baby. After Samantha is diagnosed infertile, the couple who have just moved into a beautiful house by a lake, decide to accept an offer from a mysterious fertility clinic for free insemination treatment.
Unfortunately, the owner of the facility is a devil worshipper who is trying to clone Lucifer, using Heather's eggs, her husband's sperm, and a drop or two of blood from Satan himself and after a short time she really gets pregnant....with twins no less.
Samantha soon notices that a hooded stranger is stalking her, and she becomes paranoid when she realizes that the place is indeed a cloning clinic and she was impregnated with the devil's seed. We know she's carrying the anti-Christ. I mean, what else could it be? In the end, it's left up to the viewer to draw their own conclusions as to whether the twin girls are angels or devils although it is equally questionable as to whether one could be evil and the other good.
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