Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed
Brigitte has escaped the confines of Bailey Downs but she's not alone. Another werewolf is tailing her closely and her sister's specter haunts her. An overdose of Monkshood - the poison that is keeping her transformation at bay - leads to her being incarcerated in a rehabilitation clinic for drug addicts where her only friend is an eccentric young girl by the name of Ghost.
- Stars:Emily Perkins, Brendan Fletcher, Katharine Isabelle, Tatiana Maslany, Susan Adam, Janet Kidder, Chris Fassbender, Pascale Hutton, Michelle Beaudoin, Eric Johnson, David McNally, Patricia Idlette, Lydia Lau, Coralie Cairns, Shaun Johnston,
- Director:Brett Sullivan,
- Writer:Karen Walton (characters), Megan Martin
The late Ginger's sister Brigitte, now a werewolf herself, must try to find a cure for her blood lust before the next full moon while hiding out in a rehab clinic from a relentless werewolf. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: A funny & interesting premise but sadly they just don't pull it off & your just waiting for it to end,I say SKIP IT!!!
(gb) wrote: LETTERBOX. Tiene mucho poder y lo dosifica bien. Est filmada con gran ritmo y cuidado. An as, el desenlace pierde verosimilitud al intentar asumir un tono triunfalista. / Has much power as administers it well. It is filmed with great rhythm and much care. Even so, the ending loses believability in trying to incorporate a triumphalist tone.
(es) wrote: It raises a few smiles, but does feel a little like a poor man's Meet the Fockers when it comes to all the Jewish themed laughs.
(kr) wrote: theosophical mumbo jumbo... i guess this can be a rather intense film for some, but it totally didn't work for me. the young Eliza (Flora Cross) kept me awake -- good acting there!
(es) wrote: Gave this a re-watch for the first time since the VHS days and I have to say that while there's some corny bits here and there, it's still a helluva fun watch with a family dog doing battle with the werewolf uncle who comes to stay with his relatives in what I can only call the most irresponsible move ever, because WTF, man?Well worth a rental.
(ca) wrote: Woody Allen needs to be put out of his misery. Its the equivalent of an Eric Clapton guitar solo - self involved, artistic masturbation. If you enjoy watching an 80 year man jerk offfor 90 minutes, this is the film for you. The same old garbage Allen has put out his entire career. Painfully unfunny. Ironically, all the B listers that line up to star in his garbage are really exposed for their lack of talent under Allen's direction. Scarlett Johanson in particular looks like she's acting in a high school musical.
(kr) wrote: Not bad for a movie about a giant Alligator, kinda liked the large robot or whatever the hell that thing was.
(de) wrote: Sucky...not worth seeing..see it if you want to torment yourself
(fr) wrote: FOr a western, there was a ridiculous amount of talking! I grew up on Clint Eastwood so perhaps that is why I was slightly bored while watching this. The action scenes were practically non existant, and basically the only action I really saw was when they were fleeing after yet another of the men were picked off by the Comanche. Not to say this was bad, I was just not used to this kind of western versus Eastwood's classic spaghetti western