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Surprisingly fun film that one. Notice I didn't say 'good' however... Seeing a possessed Bagger 288 was awesome.
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The first movie was quite good... this one is pants though.
Not worth tuppence.... it's a don't buy.
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So far :)
After the awful first one (I was unfortunate enough to pay at the flicks to see it), I'm not even giving the second one the time of day. I'd rather watch Pearl Harbor. And I won't be watching that either.
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The action scenes and sound were good in that movie Frank..... though the movie itself wasnt too great.
After growing up with the comics, I was just disappointed with the whole thing, incuding the standard of the special effects. And Nicholas Cage wasn't exactly Mr.Charisma in it either. I'd need a refresher to remind me of what else I didn't like, but I'm not wasting another two hours of my life!
I enjoyed the first part actually. It was senseless, yes, but was a fun film for the weekend. Haven't seen the 2nd part yet.
Wasted 95 minutes of my life & £7.99!
You can't say you weren't warned
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