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A new experiment in terror...
The doctor and soccer player in the leisure time Jo Hauser decides to move to Berlin and be an intern in a famous clinic, expecting to increase his knowledge and expertize, and help his handicap brother Willi Hauser. He joins a secret fraternity of doctors, under the leadership of Prof. Muller-LaRousse, who is researching the use of bionic muscles in human beings without any ethics or respect to the laws. The team is also volunteer to the experiences, and is under investigation of Paula Henning. When Jo gets close to a Filipino nurse, and becomes addicted in the drugs used in experience, he realizes the truth hidden in the methods used by the secret society in the development of science.
After the decent first film(that had a hardcore edge[splatter-wise]) comes this weak sanitized sequel,that places a major emphasis on a group of medical students who lure a new student(Barnaby Metschurat) into their posse that's experimenting on synthetic bionic devices placed in limbs and controlled by computers,with a few nosy students who get bumped off along the way,until Barnaby(who becomes addicted to drugs) decides to fully expose the group with the help of both his Filipino galpal(Rosie Alvarez) and a public investigator (Franke Potente). The storyline here is pretty mainstream and lacks the heavy gore of the first film,with writer/director Stefan Ruzowitzky attempting to cater this sequel more to a commercial audience. Just wisely stick to the first film for thrills and gore. The U.S. DVD/Blu Ray of this sequel isn't English dubbed like the first film was.
Not as good as the first one, but I did find the idea better with a group of medical interns replacing their body parts with computer powered muscles. The film just never went anywhere good but the cliched way, and they was kind of a disappointment.
Potente seemed like she filmed her role separate from the rest of the story, too shoe horned in. After the first one, it seemed how awful she was used here.
Otherwise it had a good cast, and was well made minus a few questionable edits.
A pesar de que se mantienen temáticas de la original como el frío y elitista mundo de la medicina y (sobre todo) el trasfondo nazi del grupo de villanos al que ahora se le da mucho más protagonismo, esta secuela añade una premisa sci-fi un tanto descabellada. Esto y determinadas escenas, así como algunas actuaciones, hacen que por momentos parezca que estás viendo una comedia. Sin embargo se deja ver y como thriller es interesante a pesar de que sabes de entrada todo lo que va a pasar. El argumento es completamente independiente y no necesitas haber visto la primera para entenderla.
A sequel... obviously the surprise factor gets reduced...
Ickier but inferior to the original
Abysmal followup to a generic body-horror movie that plays with our supposed fear of being operated upon without our senses dulled by anesthetics. Yeah I know, that sounds specific. "Anatomie 2" expands upon the ludicrous concept of the Anti-Hippocratic Society of the original film. As if that would be a thing, to be against ethics, as a specific ideological position. People who breach basic ethical ground rules don't need to have their own silly secret society making themselves potential targets of investigation. Anyway.
Franka Potente returns in a unnecessary cameo adding nothing to the ludicrous plot. I really, really disliked this poor clone of a well-budgeted American b-movie and was hoping to have more tension and gore and less risible overacting.
No es exactamente una película de terror ni de suspenso, es mas bien un thriller, es muy buena la recomiendo
Not nearly as good as the first one. Not a bad film. But could have been nothing to do with the original.
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