Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice

Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice

Arriving in Gatlin, Nebraska, a news-reporter and his son get wind of a story about the youth in the town murdering their parents finds that a series of brutal murders are revealed to be worshipers of the corn-stalks and try to stop them before they carry out their plans.

Belated sequel to the '84 film. 8 years after the first, authorities discover the mutilated bodies of adults in the secluded town of Gatlin, Nebraska and children hiding in the corn. Enter John Garrett (Terence Knox) and son Danny (Paul Scherrer) who head for Gatlin on a story and get caught up in this mess when an orphan named Micah (Ryan Bollman) is possessed by He Who Walks Behind The Rows. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michael T (it) wrote: Leisurely-paced, with a fine performance from Holbrook.

Nikhil N (it) wrote: 21 Grams. The weight of a stack of nickels. The weight of a bar of chocolate. The weight of a hummingbird. Or perhaps, the weight of our soul. Yes, you heard it right. In 1907, Dr Duncan MacDougall published a paper in the Journal Of The American Society Of Physical Research, which claims that a human body loses exactly 21 grams at the precise moment of its death, deducing that human beings have a soul. The paper has since been discredited, but the myth lived on.And it is based on this myth that 21 grams, a 2003 American drama was conceived. Starring Sean Penn and Naomi Watts, the story is told in a hyperlink non-linear format, where the past, present and future of three seemingly unrelated characters, converge and coalesce towards each other as the movie progresses. Helmed by acclaimed Academy Award winning director Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu, 21 Grams interweaves several plot lines, around the consequences of a tragic automobile accident. Penn plays a critically ill mathematician, Watts plays a grief-stricken mother, and Del Toro plays a born-again Christian ex-convict whose faith is sorely tested in the aftermath of the accident.In the initial couple of minutes I was mesmerized by the quality of film-making I was experiencing, but could not help wondering what it was all about. The non-linear narrative confuses you initially and you even wonder if it was necessary, but once you give it time, the movie will floor you. Based on the universal themes of death, pain and salvation, the movie portrays the journey of Christina Peck, a recovering drug addict and family woman, whose life is torn apart by the death of her husband Michael and two children in a fatal accident, by a Christian reformed ex-convict Jack Jordan. She is followed by Paul Rivers, a terminally ill mathematics professor, who was given a new lease of life after a transplantation of Michael's heart.Irritu, has a fetish for the unorthodox, which is apparent in the cinematography of Birdman. Here too, he attempts a unique style. But, eventually, style doesn't matter. Whta matters is that the film has a heart and turns into a emotional rollercoaster ride for the viewers. Love, loss, grief, misery, guilt and redemption are emotions so humane that you connect with the story and its characters. You want to cry with them, console them and give them a hand. Irritu successfully manages to bring out these emotions with great maturity and candor.The screenplay by Guillermo Arriaga is gripping, the editing is crisp and the cinematography is haunting. The music and backgroung score is also incredible. The gives us a sense of the utter despair of their characters, leaving the viewer emotionally wounded. And need I say about Irritu. He is the force that binds the movie together. He is confident and brave in his film-making and is one to take risks, without, of course, undermining the quality of his story or its characters.The performances are incredible. As the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes put it, the movie is full of "fine performances". Everyone puts in the best they have to offer. Benicio Del Toro is outstanding as the ex-con Jack Jordan. His character is one full of layers and dimensions and brings them alive on screen with great impunity. Sean Penn too did an excellent job. One of the greatest actors of this era, he takes up a character in considerable physical and emotional pain and pulls it off effortlessly.But the clear star of this movie is Naomi Watts. Playing a grief-stricken widow under drug abuse, she gets into the skin of the character, before pulling of one of her best performances. She is beautiful, but the pain in her eyes is unbearable. A particular scene, where she is informed of the death of her family, is heart wrenching and move you to tears. she shares a unique chemistry with Penn and the two share some beautiful moments of passion. If not for anything else, the movie is a must watch for her incredibly moving performance.Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu is a filmmaker with panache. And with 21 grams, he tells a tale that "grips us, moves us, and astonishes us". Add to it some incredible performances, the movie is a must watch.

Melsy h (jp) wrote: jared is a tryhard rocker in this must be funny

Amanda (gb) wrote: Wonderful Family Film

Evan K (fr) wrote: This film is visually stimulating and makes interesting implications about gener roles. The character is deep and mysterious making the film fun to watch. I don't think it really adds up to a good film though, not much else goes on or resolves into an actual statement.

Felix T (au) wrote: Bill Murray at his best

Daryl G (nl) wrote: More monster babies.

Viktoria (us) wrote: The novel was amazing! It s apity that i havent seen this film yet. I hope its as awesome as the novel!

JohnnyLee T (jp) wrote: This movie sped by - was it rushed or was I enthralled? Whatever, it captures the politics of war beautifully - and it's the fighting man who is expendable. SPOILER Why is Broulard prepared to mount a case with all the ensuing publicity against Mireau? Dax seemed surprised too. Boulard didn't do it out of any sense of guilt or fairness, as he makes clear in his final speech to Dax ("the village idiot").Comparable to Ray's Bitter Victory which I preferred for its non-literal treatment.

Matt C (es) wrote: Really, really enjoyed this on repeat viewing but then to be honest any Father-Son narrative is bound to capture my heart and imagination. Hanks is solid here but Newman is really brilliant, completely convincing as the ageing mobster with an idiot of a son about to inherit his empire. There's not a whole lot that's original here but it's done so in such a classy manner that it will live far longer in the memory than say Michael Mann's 'Public Enemies'.

Luis O (it) wrote: Jummm always Hollywood try to Colombia and Colombian people like example of evilness Never a Mexican view or holliywood see point of Colombia will be artistic, always will be offensive for us examples this stupid movie, Colombiana movie, mr and mrs smith showing a bogota tropical full of fat Mexican police men , and other stupid movies when show a dirty, primitive Colombia filmed Ina just Mexican reality, other bad movie :P

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