Puppet Master II
Set in Berlin during WWII, the Nazi regime is attempting to develop a drug that will animate the dead, in order to use in the war effort. Toulin arouses suspicion as a Nazi dissident, and his secret is discovered. During a Nazi raid on his home, Toulin's beautiful wife is murdered. Toulin vows revenge, with the help of his animated puppets.
- Stars:Elizabeth Maclellan, Collin Bernsen, Steve Welles, Greg Webb, Charlie Spradling, Jeff Celentano, Nita Talbot, Sage Allen, George 'Buck' Flower, Sean Ryan, Ivan J. Rado, Michael Todd, Julianne Mazziotti, Taryn Band, Alex Band,
- Director:David Allen,
- Writer:Charles Band (story), David Pabian (screenplay)
The puppets return, this time they hunt some Paranormal Researchers to take their brain fluid for the dead/living puppet master, Andre Toulon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Puppet Master II torrent reviews
(br) wrote: This would be an even more amazing film if it didn't have the kid romance, which is stupid and unrealistic (unless I just have really bad luck).
(jp) wrote: there are these surprising moments of intense violence between the three way "love" triangle throughout the film...so you are just kind of waiting for it to end that way...which makes the tender, yet tragic ending kind of powerful...and it was still a little violent I guess
(au) wrote: It is a kid movie. I think it had a stupid plot. The kids will probably enjoy it.
(kr) wrote: Black humor... Not bad
(fr) wrote: Oh, my goodness, that was an overwrought, awful experience.
(mx) wrote: I saw this well over a year ago at a film festival and am surprised that it took so long to come out. The movie was a bit too slow but there was a lot of attention paid to the characterization, which is always a nice change of pace from what one usually sees.
(us) wrote: That's what I aspire to be. The people who make those little packaged hand-wipes you get at Chili's or Buffalo Wild Wings. Will I see this? Um, no.
(mx) wrote: tristerrimo : R.I.P. Eun-ju Lee.
(fr) wrote: [font=Century Gothic] "Live from Baghdad" takes place after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990, when executive producer Robert Wiener(Michael Keaton) volunteers to be sent by CNN into Baghdad, having nothing else to cover in Berlin since the wall came down. His superiors approve, even though Wiener has a bit of a reputation for taking chances. So he suggests Ingrid Formanek(Helena Bonham Carter) to partner with him and to keep him in line, disavowing any rumors that their relationship goes deeper than work. But first they have to buy all the booze and cigars they can find in Rome...[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Live from Baghdad" is an enjoyable and intelligent dramatization of CNN's coverage of the First Gulf War, said coverage making the fledgling network's reputation.(At the time they were the only 24 hour news channel around.) But before that happened, their crew in Baghdad has to find real news stories(the prize being an interview with Saddam Hussein) while not offending their hosts so much that they are kicked out of the country on the first day while in the long run staying alive. This is especially tricky when both sides are trying to exploit them for propaganda purposes. To do all of that, Wiener cultivates a relationship with the ministry of information(See, this is where the cigars come in handy.) to keep the lines of communication open to possibly avoid a war.(Well, that didn't work out too well, did it?)[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]You don't have to be crazy to be a journalist covering a war but it helps. And while Michael Keaton and Helena Bonham Carter definitely play to the psycho part of their respective ranges, the viewer can also detect the concern on Keaton's face at each decision his character has to make, none of them easy. [/font]
(ru) wrote: wasn't as good as the first
(es) wrote: Such a fantastic collection of A-list actors, and an interesting premise buried under emotional mumbo-jumbo which actual medical students wouldn't have even half the time to attept. But it does have a feel-good ending.
(nl) wrote: I liked this movie as a kid. But when I rewatched it as an adult, I found it a little hard to sit through.
(ca) wrote: My favorite romantic comedy of all time. This is what the 80s was like, not stupid hair do's that other movies portray or weird styles and wind pants. Must see, and much better then the 2014 remake.
(it) wrote: Watched this again for the first time in years, it's a lot of fun. Caine and Kingsley play off each other so well.