The "sematary" is up to its old zombie-raising tricks again. This time, the protagonists are Jeff Matthews, whose mother died in a Hollywood stage accident, and Drew Gilbert, a boy coping with an abusive stepfather. Written by
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After Clyde steals Tiger and is taking her to Pet Sematary, he is seen holding her in his left hand. Several times, though, you see both of his hands on his handlebars and the kitten is missing. See more »
Drew buddy, You have the right to remain silent, I'll bash your head in, You have the right to an attorney, You won't need one because you'll be dead, Do you understand these rights Drew buddy? Or are you just too fucking stupid?
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Honestly i don't look into stories just a good movie, i'd say Clancy Brown made this movie excellent, he is just too hilarious.. this movie i like evenly with the first one, Furlong could've done a better job though, The movie itself is more graphic than the first was, showed more detailed deaths and showed something else kinda nice.. overall though this movie was a mix between funny, sad, and scary, which makes it one of my favorite sequels, i dunno why a lot of people disliked it i didn't see anything wrong with it at the least, just didn't have much to do with the main story possibly could've been it could've happened like that or this but it wasn't complete without Fred Gwynne in it, he was as awesome as Clancy Brown, whew enough blabbing, just highly recommended for people who love violence and killing movies
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