on demon time
top 4: good stuff I've been thinking about lately
big #horror fan
A mixed bag of tones and emotions. It 2 comes into its own best when the Losers first step foot in It's house. The well timed horror action reminded me of the previous, superior It film, because before they step foot in the house it kinda sucks. The first act is poorly paced and Pennywise's waking nightmares are predictable. The climax is surprisingly insane and the giant It spider is awesome.
I would honestly say this is worth watching just…
Clearly dated and difficult to take seriously. The dull cinematography and uninspired wardrobe do the beautiful actresses no favors, but in all fairness the acting isn't doing any favors either.
I could've done with a lot more nudity and a better plot. The plot and dialogue is honestly more comedic than anything else.
Would I recommend? Probably not.
"Being dead wasn't a problem, but being forgotten, now that's a BITCH"
I wouldn't go as far as to put this film on the same level as Rob Zombie's Halloween II. Halloween II is a misunderstood modern masterpiece. Freddy vs. Jason is a film that caters to all my personal horror needs. One is a critically disliked masterpiece and one is a critically disliked movie that I fucking love.
Anyway, why did I give this seemingly stupid cash grab five…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"I'd done too much to turn back, and I'd done too much to go on."
A brutal coming-of-age film. An anti-Lady Bird in its realistic violence and tragic finale. Easily mistakable as a glorification of the lifestyle with its convertible Mustangs and flashy gold rims, but are the cars worth dying over?
The ending truly brought me close to tears, maybe even more so than Boyz N the Hood, an untouchable masterpiece.