Friday The 13th Part 2

Friday The 13th Part 2

Five years after the horrible bloodbath at Camp Crystal Lake, it seems Jason Voorhees and his demented mother are in the past. Paul opens up a new camp close to the infamous site, ignoring warnings to stay away, and a sexually-charged group of counselors follow -- including child psychologist major Ginny. But Jason has been hiding out all this time, and now he's ready for revenge.

5 years after the first tragic incidents back in 1979, a new camp has been opened across the lake from the infamous "Camp Blood" (Camp Crystal Lake). And it has the same fate, being stalked by an unknown assailant. Is it Mrs. Voorhees' son Jason, who did not really drown in the lake some 30 years before? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Friday The 13th Part 2 torrent reviews

Walter M (nl) wrote: By day, Woodrow(Evan Glodell, who also directed, co-wrote and co-edited) and Aiden(Tyler Dawson) like to audition for "Jackass" by playing around with destructive toys in southern California.(Children do not do this at home.) By night, they go to a bar where Woodrow competes against Milly(Jessie Wiseman) in a cricket eating contest.(By the way, don't do this either.) After they have a few beers to wash down the crunchy insects, Woodrow asks Milly out to a date but she wants to go someplace cheap. So, he suggests this place in Texas that serves day old meatloaf to which she agrees. "Bellflower" readily disproves the old romantic axiom to find a woman who will eat crickets, and love will follow. It does for a while but as shown in the prologue, problems arise. At least, Milly warned Woodrow. But even early on, he shows a propensity for violence, as neither he nor Aiden are the kind of sensitive new age guys who don't know who play in the Seattle Kingdome. And as a filmmaker, Evan Glodell is smarter than to glorify their antics. He also succeeds in getting their apocalyptic fantasies right but not in the details of the reality, like what they do for money or even what year this is supposed to be, with its outdated cultural references and technology. And then there is the distressing reinforcement of the stereotype that all male geeks hate women.

Danny M (gb) wrote: Not too bad in terms of action movie. Kinda like how Gary Oldman in the movie as a bad guy trying to hunt down Rain (Kippei Shina). The end was rather boring, but wt can u expect anyway?

Mars N (it) wrote: SPOILER ALERT!9 Dead was such a stupid movie! I knew within 20 minutes of the movie they were all there for taking away someones childhood. I even guessed that the killer wasn't lying about calling the cops for figuring it out. It's a shame Melissa Joan Heart is such a horrible actress in this as she is the only one I recognized in this film. The movie ends with her killing everyone when the whole time it may of been recorded so she left evidence that her character was obviously a bad person. The killer admits that they figured out what they all did to help get his son into prison to die and keeps his promise about calling the cops and letting them free if they were to figure this out. The plot starts with 9 people( Melissa) being one of them and he kills one person every ten minutes they don't come up with why they were all there. (Melissa) kills the last two including the killer then magically dodges from the cops as she tramps poorly away in her high heels as the credits begin. Sure the plot sounds pretty good on paper but the acting, direction of the suspense and camera shots were all terrible! I have never been this upset to write a review, let alone a negative one.

Steve B (jp) wrote: It's lucky to get one star!!

Brian K (mx) wrote: Plodding, ponderous indie dramas are pretty much my thing. <3

Robin W (fr) wrote: If you're not familiar with Andy Sidaris, let's just say that he is a very schlocky action director who knows exactly what his audience wants and will not hesitate to go all out in delivering the boobs, guns and explosions; he has no pretensions about the quality of his work and only cares about giving his viewers what they want, so if you have a sense of humour for this sort of thing, you will have an absolute blast watching "Hard Ticket to Hawaii"! Sidaris has always been renowned for casting his movies straight out of the Playboy mansion and does not consider acting skill to be one of the requirements, but he always makes sure to place these women in the middle of some very wacky action scenes and lets them display their assets at every opportunity. "Hard Ticket to Hawaii" is a completely ridiculous mess, but it is made with tongue firmly planted in cheek and all of the fun is derived from how over-the-top the movie can go with its stupidity; when a bad guy on a skateboard and an inflatable sex doll are both blown up in a mid-air with a rocket launcher at the halfway point, and it turns out not to be the silliest scene in the movie, you know you have a winner! Other highlights include a villain with a weakness for frisbees who winds up being the victim of a razor-rimmed frisbee, and a lengthy subplot about a giant snake (which is contaminated with toxins from cancer-infested rats) who pops out of a toilet and is blown up with a rocket launcher, which is followed by the one-liner: "Just when you thought it was safe to pee".

Asif K (br) wrote: a box office turkey !!!! and doesn't look very nice either

Ema S (au) wrote: The main character is a raging psycho bitch. I found her completely intolerable. There are some good/interesting elements in the film, but I just could not stand her.

Molly H (us) wrote: One of the best B movies I have ever see! I laughed so hard every time I watch it.