Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (stylized as FЯED 2: Night of the Living FЯED) is a 2011 independent comedy film. The film is the sequel to the 2010 film Fred: The Movie, based on the adventures of Fred Figglehorn, a character created and played by Lucas Cruikshank for Cruikshank's YouTube channel. It is a Halloween themed sequel. Jennette McCurdy, who played Bertha in the original Fred, did not return and is replaced by Daniella Monet. John Cena returns as Mr. Figglehorn (Fred's imaginary father), and Jake Weary returns to play Kevin. Supah Ninjas star Carlos Knight co-stars as Kevin's friend and partner. Pixie Lott, who played Judy in the first film, did not return and therefore her character was written out of the plot; it is revealed by Fred that they broke up and she was the one to break up with him, proving they went out following the events of the previous film.
Fred's life becomes like a horror movie: his favorite music teacher is missing and all suspicions point to her replacement, Mr. Devlin, a pale man who dresses in all black and carries an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Timm S (it) wrote: I Know It Was Aiming For A Realistic Edge, Like Nothing Seen Before...It Definitely Acheives That, But There Is No Substance & The Story Haphazardly Comes Together...It Ultimately Feels More Of A Crass, Cheap Horror-Gore Thing Then A Realistic Thriller. I Tuned Out As A Result.
Maxin J (jp) wrote: A little boy befriends a bird while trying to escape from the reality of his mother's death. Surprisingly simple , surprisingly touching.
Film C (br) wrote: Need to know battlestar in order to watch this movie, I myself am a huge battlestar galactica fan so loved this special movie!
Elinor J (jp) wrote: Very emotional, cried multiple times.
David G (es) wrote: I think it's a nice movie to watch on TV. There's many thrillers of the kind, maybe, but this average 2007 thriller still has more script than the average blockbuster movie of 2013...
Kyle S (nl) wrote: I really loved this movie, a beautiful yet gritty romance/thriller. One of the best movies I have seen lately. Both Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Devos gave astounding performances. Since I have now seen all of Jacques Audiard's work, it is safe to stay that this is his masterpiece, with "A Prophet" tailing close behind.
Michael A (ca) wrote: Completely boring, and I didn't need it to be historical, but at least period-correct might have been nice. With the horrible venacular thrown in, and the stupid plot cliches (especially Viola) I simply don't see how this movie got so much critical acclaim?
Frances K (nl) wrote: This is pretty cool. One of the best thriller films I've seen. Well, somewhat derranged though... but in a good way! Quite funny at times. Sure to entertain anyone with a strange mind, mwahaha.
Jay P (fr) wrote: I don't know why this movie has only 30% on RT, it is really great. Probably because it's a very right wing film in terms of its message.
Bobby N (es) wrote: I can see how it inspired so many films i love, but looking back it just isnt as fresh as it once was
Dean H (jp) wrote: Sergio Leone truly summarised his admiration for the old west and the western genre with this cumulative masterpiece. I'm now rather addicted to this film and have found myself coming back to it again and again.