Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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No one really turns in a decent acting performance, made worse by the cringeworthy script, which has stretches of awful dialogue that bring the movie down between gore moments
Can I say with a straight face that this is a good movie? No. But I will say that I found this direct-to-video sequel more creative and entertaining than the original.
A lousy horror film that retreads every scare from the first film with significantly less effectiveness.
...a typically underwhelming low-budget sequel...
A not too bad direct to DVD sequel. You don't need to have seen the first as it doesn't carry on any of that story line, apart from the department store. As with most straight to DVD horror sequels you can expect more blood, gore, kills and nudity with a lesser known cast. The first half was ok, after that the story is way too simple and predictable. Slightly different feel to the atmospheric first. The gore effects are good though. Worth a rent if you liked the first.
Ok sequel with some nice gorey moments but is let down by its STV treatment.Worth a look if you got nothing to watch.
Oh!! I really liked the first one. Why, oh why, do they always have to mess around with a good thing? This was stupid, and nothing like the creepy first one. Shame on me for even watching this.
I disrespect women who doesn't respect their privacy. Ah well, I almost forgot that money is honey.
This movie was scary. Only slightly lesser than the first one. And it was nothing similar to that. They didn't kept the sequel. It was completely different. I was expecting that it would be a bit similar with the first one as the ending of that meant like to-be-continued.....
One brow-raising scene was when Max saw his dad's reflection on the street. I mean it would have been more convincing if he saw that on a shop's glass or anything related to that. Street? Honestly. The story was okay. Acting was not bad (didn't like the first guard's acting). I was a bit disappointed with this (not to mention). It wasn't boring but wasn't something I would watch again.
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