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(4990) 4.5 86 min 2020

Brahms: The Boy II is a movie starring Katie Holmes, Owain Yeoman, and Christopher Convery. After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms.

Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson, Owain Yeoman, Christopher Convery
Horror, Mystery, Drama, Thriller
William Brent Bell

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Mystery, Drama, Thriller
Director William Brent Bell
Writer Stacey Menear
Stars Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson, Owain Yeoman, Christopher Convery
Country USA
Also Known As Lanetli Çocuk 2, The Boy: Bramhs' Curse, Setono vaikas 2, Brahms: Boneco do Mal II, The Boy: La maldición de Brahms, The Boy - A Maldição de Brahms, Brahms: Le garçon II, Ha'Yeled 2, Дечак 2, The Boy - La maledizione di Brahms, Brahms: Boy 2, Cậu Bé Ma II, Brahms: El niño II, The Boy 2, 託陰2:布拉姆回來了, The Boy: la malédiction de Brahms
Runtime 1H 26M
Description The story is about a family moves to a house in a countryside after a son (Jude) and mother (Liza) both traumatised from an unexpected burglary. Jude finds a dirty, dusty porcelain doll and calls it Brahms. Everything then change in a sinister way because of the doll.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 10:28

With the subversion of his ideal vision, Kevin Macdonald (Saoirse Ronan) is forced to leave his small-town life behind. However, when the army comes to kill him, he finds his only way back to normal is to commit murder. His murdered sister follows him in a search for revenge, and Kevin can only do his best to stop her. This is a fantastic adaptation of the book written by Stephen King, and is the best Stephen King adaptation since 'The Shawshank Redemption'. The acting is first rate, with Saoirse Ronan, a favorite of mine, being the main driving force behind this film. Her performance is excellent, the atmosphere of the film is both dark and realistic. You feel like you are right in the middle of the crime, and it doesn't disappoint. The other actors also give great performances. A lot of them give some great lines, but the standout is Timothy Spall, who plays the troubled, alcoholic brother. The best aspect of this film is the action. I have not read the book, so I can't comment on the book-to-movie transfer, but I have to say this: I was impressed. The action is fast-paced and there is a lot of it. Some of the scenes are a little bit silly, but it is a crime that the film is a little too violent for this kind of story. It is an excellent film, but I can't help but compare it to The Shawshank Redemption. The two films are entirely different in their tone, but they both have their elements of realism. One is more grounded in reality and the other is more dramatic. But 'The Boy II' is a better film overall. I recommend this film to anyone who is into a great crime film. It is a great film with a great cast, and you can enjoy it for yourself. It is the best Stephen King adaptation, so that should say it is a success.
Monday, 25 May 2020 05:40

With a lot of minor characters, this film could easily have been a double-length and it would have taken a bit of a hassle to include the extraneous stuff. But having seen it in theaters, I am glad I stayed. In fact, it's a shame I didn't buy the DVD but the director's cut is good. It doesn't add anything to the film and it's the same with the director's cut. It's as though the writer wanted to create a script that focused more on the characters and not on the dialog. But there are many that say the dialog is the most memorable part of the film. And for that I say a big thumbs up to the writer, but for what it is, it is a shame he didn't have more control on how to handle it. If he hadn't written it this way, the film would have been more like the Hitchcock classic, or, the Rodin masterpiece, or, the Borgesian epic. But what he created is an intelligent film with many major story elements in it and, it's one of those movies that leaves you thinking after the end credits roll. I saw this movie a year ago and I enjoyed it again a few months ago, and I still have some questions. It might not have had much of a story and it's not really for all audiences. I liked it and I give it 8/10 because it's a smart film that should appeal to anyone with a working brain. One of the reasons it appeals to me is that, the story is less than the dialog, and the characters are very well drawn and there is enough mystery to keep the viewer entertained. I hope to see it again, and I hope it will be better because it has a few flaws. It is one of those films that can appeal to fans of every genre, not just horror fans or anyone who doesn't mind a little gore and some gore gags. This is a very good film.
Tuesday, 12 May 2020 09:32

The Girlfriend is a dreary psychological thriller from 1988, loosely based on the folk legend of the girl with the power to "breathe", i.e. a female spirit that comes out of people. The movie had a rather clear title, as it's the sequel to a 1981 hit thriller, 'The Girl with the Blue Eyes', which I thought at the time was superior to this film. The two films are pretty close in terms of structure, with the lead character played by Anna Paquin playing out a series of increasingly stressful situations, that becomes progressively more dangerous, as her character's mysterious past and past psychotic episodes begin to come back to haunt her. If you're into the creepy psychology/psychological thrillers, then 'The Girl with the Blue Eyes' is a must see. If you're not into that kind of thing, you might want to wait for the DVD, as the extra footage that goes along with the disc is not terribly interesting. The acting is decent, with Paquin playing the psychologically unhinged protagonist very well. Paquin's performance is the most memorable aspect of the movie, and definitely the highlight of this film. It's the only part of this film that I can remember from the first viewing. The supporting cast is good too, with Christopher McDonald and Melanie Griffith standing out. You can tell that this film was made on a relatively low budget, as the cinematography is really nothing to rave about. This is another film that you can go out of your way to find, as there are really very few copies of it anywhere, even though it's on DVD. Definitely recommended.

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