Some of the worse writing I’ve found recently. The way exposition was handled was atrocious, the science fiction was amateurish at best, and both the drama and jokes fell flat.
The original hasn’t aged well, but at the time there was a certain charm around a low-budget movie spent on a single set. The filmmakers had to get inventive and devise a concept that was captivating enough.
This sequel has none of that charm or originality. It uses the same main character but creates a generic and uninteresting story.
The shoehorned post-credits scene takes a considerable dive from an already awful movie. It’s a desperate grab at a series/sequel with…