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This film is ridiculous. It's disrespectful to it's core fans, borrows all the good ideas from the other films, and desecrates the lore of the series. I don't even consider it a part of the universe.
84% audience score?
I don't know what you guys were watching that I didn't but, This film is literally the worst attempt in the series because of its blatant attempt at a stupid political agenda. The movie has little to no practical effects and literally uses cgi to show the hotel room they are in. Just disgusting what they did to this franchise. The other films I was embarrassed at the qualities of their attempts at a sequel. This however, I don't even consider a part of the series. If you haven't seen it yet, don't bother. It's Ghostbusters 2016 all over again.
Film feels action packed and is filled with the ridiculous things ‘f&f' movies are known for. This one however, feels more disjointed than the last. The leaking of the cast arguments on set appears to show a little. Things are very different without Paul.
Total return to form for the franchise. Love the choreography and film work throughout. Great addition to the series. A little darker than the original without getting gawdy.
Wth did I just watch? Quite honestly the worst reboot sequel to have ever shown its ugly face. Confusing dialogue and script story.
Terrible reboot filled with terrible ideas. RZ like $$ and this film made some.
Only slightly better than H5. Busta Rhymes destroyed any hope for this film. The first 20 minutes are good.
Somewhat of a return to form. This should have ended the Strode/Myers saga. He finds her, they both die...Ta da!
Decent Myers mask. Absolutely terrible story and character arc.
Quite honestly the worst Halloween sequel in the series. The worst Myers mask in the whole series tbh.
Terrible change to the Myers mask despite the original being on the freaking cover to the film! I mean, much the the movie is laZily written. Certainly not the worst In the series, but far from the best.
People are needlessly hard on this film. The music is a tad ‘80s', but Carpenter managed to recapture some of that fear from ‘the night when He came home'.
Dark, slow and terrifying. They don't explain who He is really, or why he's killing. The music, the film work by Carpenter, all a masterpiece. Jamie Lee Curtis is rad throughout.
What did I just watch? Save your time for something better than this trash heap. George Clooney as Batman is about as embarrassing as it gets. Robins character is unlikeable in all ways. Arnold as Mr.Freeze is a joke to say the least.
I love Kilmers Batman. Jim Carey is great throughout. The choice to change Harvey Dent to a white goofball made it feel goofy at times.
Great sequel. Not as good as Nicholson's ‘Joker', Devitto handles the ‘Penguin' character with seeming ease. Good film all around.
Great film. Dark and cartoony. Jack Nicholson is amazing throughout.
It's fun and enjoyable. All of the cast returns to end up the series with a satisfactory ending to the film trilogy.
Movie is a little slow and is nowhere as funny as the first. The dry narrative makes it hard to enjoy as much.
One of the funniest and original concepts of the 2010s. Hilarious cast and Great soundtrack throughout.