Ang Panday 2 begins with Flavio/Panday (Revilla) and Maria settling in the peaceful and quiet town of Matandang Kahoy. All is well until Lizardo returns and captures Maria. On his quest to save his lady love, Flavio crosses paths with Ariana whose father had been killed by Lizardo. As the two join forces, Ariana finds herself falling for Flavio. All this happens in a magical world filled with dragons, fairies and other mythical beings. According to Director Carlo J. Caparas who penned the story, the King of Philippine Movies himself, the late Fernando Poe Jr., would be impressed with the production of Ang Panday 2. FPJ had starred in the original Panday films, and had long been associated with the beloved Pinoy komiks character.
Writer:Carlo J. Caparas (story), RJ Nuevas (story), RJ Nuevas (screenplay)
Panday 2 kicks off in a village following Flavio's victory against Lizardo.This sequel merely talks about what happened after the first movie and introducing the rebirth of Lizardo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bradley M (ag) wrote: Halle Berry and Robert Downey Jr. Are the best things about this movie. Everything else is merely minor entertainment.
Francisco L (ag) wrote: good action scenes, but seemed like some scenes were slammed together to assist the script
Tom D (es) wrote: This movie gets more ludicrous as it moves on. The plot starts with an interesting idea but then it slowly unravels. The twists in the film are very unsatisfying. There are some good actors in the cast but they are mostly wasted with the weak script.
Matt V (es) wrote: Not the greatest acting. It was kinda boring.
Phillip S (mx) wrote: Needs to be triple-featured with Tremors and Terminator. Also prepare yourselves for my short story entitled "Get Frank". Its going to be my version of Karen's what-if therapy journal.
Chris C (jp) wrote: Father Of The Bride Part II may not live up to the charm of its predecessor, but it delivers just enough laughs once again from the on-screen presences by Steve Martin and Martin Short.
Stephen B (ru) wrote: Gory, interesting, gory, suspensful and did I mention gory?
Eduardo C (fr) wrote: Everything slashers have ever been accused of being by critics and parental groups. Lacking the subversiveness of the original and the sheer insanity of its sequel, this third encarnation is nothing more than a throwaway cheapie. References to its predecessors (a scene involving a pizza, phallic commentary, voyeurism) feel forced and tacked on and, despite not being as obviously padded as "Slumber Party Massacre 2" there was no reason it should have been longer than an hour. To be avoided.
Yuliya L (it) wrote: very powerful and griping!! i totever fails to stir emotion in me, i totally love it x
John R (it) wrote: 131130: 7th Bond Film. Had a hard time getting into this film. St.John, as Tiffany Case, and Lana Wood, as Plenty O'Toole helped. Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, the comedic hit team, added a little more. Overall, I just found myself uninspired and struggling to care. Perhaps I've just watched too many of these older Bond films in a row, this being the 7th. The minute this film began, I got my answer regarding the continuation of the Blofeld storyline. Should've known James Bond, even if he's a different Bond, would seek to make Blofeld accountable for what occurred in the last film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Russell S (ag) wrote: Whilst appreciated for it's great style, classy approach and an excellently realised Kong, there are one or two niggles. A couple of ridiculously over the top jungle action sequences with dinosaurs sadly take you out of the picture for a while and it's probably 20-30 minutes too long.Still, a good movie very well made.
Mary C (jp) wrote: This movie makes me laugh and laugh! A great zombie antidote!