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Backlash: Oblivion 2 Reviews

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October 6, 2015
Actually better than the first. there's some fun to be had here.
November 17, 2013
This is even more fun than the first one and I actually prefer this one to the original Oblivion in many ways. Just good mindless sci fi western silly campy fun.
August 8, 2011
Not quite as good as the first Oblivion film in general even if there are improvements made but it still has enough going for it to be enjoyable.
It was nice to see all the actors returning to reprise their roles... even if they had died in the previous film.
I'd guess this film was shot right after the first film finished (or perhaps at the same time) in order to use the same costumes, locations, etc. as there really isn't much difference between the two films short of the story.
Missing from this film is the caked on comedy of the first but George Takei also doesn't have the great comedy he did in the first film.
It's too bad that this film wasn't able to keep the all the good from the first film, add on to them and manage to get rid of all the bad. Instead we get some good, some improvement, some bad, and some added bad.
All in all, about the same as the first film... just not quite as good.
August 4, 2010
Not all that surprised that Full Moon decided to make a sequel to Oblivion.
A great cast with Meg Foster, Isaac Hayes, George Takei, Julie Newmar and Andrew Divoff.
Doesn't to much new that the first didn't already present but it was still fun.
½ May 13, 2009
If you go into this flick expecting a slightly less cool version of Firefly then you will be sorely disappointed. However, if youâ??re at all familiar with Full Moon Entertainment or if you donâ??t have the predilection to raise eyebrows then you will be rewarded with a fun silly sci-fi Western romp that fully utilizes both its young and old, washed out actors. Just like in the original, Meg Foster, Julie Newmar, George Takei, Andrew Divoff, Musetta Vander, and Isaac Hayes all put in some fun performances. But what sets this one apart is the introduction of the dandy bounty hunter The Sweeney played by Maxwell Caulfield. He is a hoot! I loved Caulfield as Rex Manning in Empire Records and as Shane in Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat but as The Sweeney he turns in his absolute best. Honestly, itâ??s worth checking out just for him. VF.
½ February 9, 2009
Connerie a l'etat pure. Celui qui veut le DVD m'envoie un msg et je le lui donne
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