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Director Rick Rosenthal Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence
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    ★★★☆☆

    “Worse than the first part”

    Written on: 06/11/2012 by Karelina32 (3 reviews written)

    This film wasn't so bad but neither great. I enjoyed it less than the first part. I was watching it with my friends and they liked it more than me. There were a few parts were interesting. It wasn't one of the best films I have ever seen in this category. So in the end it was average film experience. But still I would recommend it to my friends as light horror film… Read Full Review

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    ★★★☆☆

    “The inevitable first sequel suffers because Carpenter...”

    Written on: 05/11/2008

    The inevitable first sequel suffers because Carpenter opted not to direct. The brother/sister angle does not make the story any better as it attempts to humanise Myers by giving him some kind of motive. The supporting characters are shallow stereotypes.
    Better than most of the later sequels but only because it has greater continuity and is a seamless transition from the first movie. It should be noted that there are different versions of this movie but the bulk of this review applies… Read Full Review

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