Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust

The horrifying yet delicious and chewy Gingerdead Man causes murder and mayhem on the set of a horrible low budget movie set. It will take the determination of the studio's young new owner to save both his company and well as the lives of his young new friends. Including a terminally ill young boy whose final wish it was to meet the studios stars - The Tiny Terrors.

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Justin W (jp) wrote: Watch The Army of Shadows. It is much better.

Ms Amanda J (gb) wrote: Jonathan Tiersten was way hot as Ricky in Sleepaway Camp. This is long awaited but it took way too long to come out! I think my interest wasn't as great as it was when I first saw the original. However, the trailer makes it look as if they've preserved the look of 1983 for this movie (which is great).

Johnny B (au) wrote: Very good movie that is IN NO WAY a sequel! Stop comparing it to the first and you'll like it for sure

Daniel P (fr) wrote: Standing between their laneways in New Waterford, Nova Scotia, a coal-mining town on Cape Breton, Mooney Pottie (Liane Balaban) gives new-girl-in-town Lou (Tara Spencer Nairn) the grand tour: "My house; your house. There's the store, the mine, the main drag. Hospital; tavern; church, tavern, church-church-rink-school-trainstation-roadtoSydney." It's a fitting testament to the dreariness of Mooney's existence, the fourth of five children in a struggling family, but one who displays artistic talent and dreams of leaving, encouraged by her too-young male teacher, (Andrew McCarthy), as the town, like most small towns, and her family threaten to suck her back in. The movie has a unique Canadian soundtrack and the DIY ethos of a Bruce MacDonald pic, and Balaban in the main role is better than anything I've seen her do since. Gray clouds always loom over these vistas of roaring surf and clotheslines in the cold wind - which is funny in light of the excessivley sunny Newfoundland & Labrador tourism ads all over Canadian TV these days that feature identical shots - and the film seems depressing, for the most part. But somewhere in the middle - no spoilers here! - you find yourself suddenly and strongly rooting for this unconventional character to come into her own, (with help from her new friend). It's a quintessentially Canadian story, and at its core it's not unlike a great many of them, but it's told in a unique way with an ending that's perfect and powerful. A film that takes a bit of time to warm up to as you're watching it, but one that will leave you satisfied. Among the best Canadian flicks I've seen.

Ashley H (nl) wrote: Oscar and Lucinda is a beautiful film. It is about an Anglican priest and an Australian heiress met on a ship in the mid-1800s. Ralph Fiennes and Cate Blanchett give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written and sweet. Gillian Armstrong did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and romance. Oscar and Lucinda is a must see.

John B (au) wrote: Great "bad" movie. Nonstop action and excitement.

Simon M (us) wrote: Vintage Van Dammage!

Mike B (es) wrote: Is it just me that finds these Hunter S. Thompson films totally uninteresting? Glorifying drugs, alcoholism and stupid, irresponsible behavior is not for me.

Phil R (ru) wrote: Please bring this out on flixster/vudu.