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Matthew K (fr) wrote: saw 2 carries on surprisingly well from the original. but with simpler, but still horrifying traps. though the script is lacking and the characters are not very likeable, there is quite a bit to enjoy in this underrated sequel
Barbara R (jp) wrote: I find the real story of Brian Jones to be much more interesting than this poorly done reenactment. There are ways to make movies about the '60s and there are ways not to make a movie about the '60s. This tries to be the classic Midnight Cowboy and fails. I found the artsy deluge of drugs, sex, and music spun together in phantasmagoric cinematography to be jarring, clichd and annoying. The '60s style filming every now and then was irritating as well. The only good thing was the artful display of male and female nudity instead of the usual female only shots. The story was just all over the place. I feel that if someone else had taken on this story it would have had the potential to be great.
Jason B (fr) wrote: Really enjoyed the four directors rooms. My favourite is the family and the babysitting.
Chris C (au) wrote: Director Barry Levinson displays a great dramatic sense with a heavy build-up of suspense blended with powerful chemistry between Michael Douglas and Demi Moore.
Corey B (de) wrote: Decent send off to an era long past in suspense and horror, not great but not terrible either. It is the worst of the 4 movies obviously, it's a made for TV movie. It clears up the questions as to why Norman Bates becomes who becomes, tries to be stylistic as Psycho movies tend to be. If you've watched the other 3 movies you may as well watch this one as it wraps it all up.
Aj V (ag) wrote: Some people might think this movie is stupid and cheesy, but I loved how ridiculous it was, I thought it was hilarious and a lot of fun. It's not just the characters or the story, but both together that make it so funny. I highly recommend this movie.
Milos O (jp) wrote: What can i say i love horors !!
EWC o (ag) wrote: Not as shocking now, kind of tame compared to some things actually. Still an interesting commentary on "who is the real savage"
Sandy K (nl) wrote: Charming and funny. So many great lines in it, and they never fail to make me laugh, no matter how many times I watch it. If I could give it 6 stars, I would.