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Better than the first one, but that's not saying much.
Basically an artsy Lifetime channel movie. No wonder this sat on the shelf for so long. (Never heard of the novel) Gellar does her best with a hamfisted borderline nonexistent plot. There are some wonderful actors in this film, but you wouldnt k ow it because theyre reduced to staring out of windows and mumbling randomness. Waste of time, not even a rental. SKIP.
A fine looking film, very competently made with some great visuals- but ruined by shoddy editing, weak characters, poor dialog, and a nonexistent plot. Weak. Skip.
All around awful. Everything about this flick is bad, and not a so bad its good way. Not much happens for the first hour, and the plot line makes little sense. Weak acting, weak effects, and annoying characters. Disappointing that Robert England was involved in this train wreck, and that a sequel was made! The kind of movie you wonder who decided to spend money to make. Total SKIP.