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In 1993, in Hollywood, California, a decadent ventriloquist overdoses and dies, leaving her two children to be sent to a foster house with their dummy. Their lives become a nightmare of abuse and murder, to be avenged by a wrathful dummy.
In the 1400s, Rumpelstiltskin is imprisoned inside a small jade figurine. In modern-day Los Angeles, the recently widowed wife of a police officer, with baby in tow, finds her way into a witch's shop and purchases a certain figurine, resulting in the cackling beast being freed and demanding possession of the baby. Written by
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Well, you'd have to be pretty desperate to tolerate this stupidity, and this comes from someone who actually enjoyed "Leprechaun"! Actually, the movie that director/writer Mark Jones mostly rips off here is "The Terminator"! (if you a fan, you'll recognize at least three "homages"). Rumpelstiltskin's puns are utterly lame ("Now we're smoking"), and the male hero is incredibly irritating. However, I agree with the person who wrote that the movie's only redeeming factor is the strong, credible performance given by the actress who plays the female lead. In fact, she's so good that she doesn't fit in with the rest of the picture. (*1/2)
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