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American Psycho II: All American Girl -- Set nearly 15 years after the events of American Psycho, this is the story of Patrick Bateman's only survivor who becomes a teaching assistant to a professor even as she develops her own murderous obsessions, destroying anyone in her way.
American Psycho II: All American Girl -- Patrick's gone and a girl that survived him is now killing everyone so she can be a college professor's assistant.


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Alex Sanger (screenplay) &
Karen Craig (screenplay)
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10 June 2002 (Czech Republic) See more »
Angrier. Deadlier. Sexier. See more »
A girl named Rachael Newman has developed a taste for murder and will stand at nothing to become a college professor's assistant. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Mila Kunis ... Rachael

William Shatner ... Starkman

Geraint Wyn Davies ... Daniels (as Geraint Wyn-Davies)

Robin Dunne ... Brian

Lindy Booth ... Cassandra

Charles Officer ... Keith Lawson
Jenna Perry ... Young Rachael
Michael Kremko ... Patrick Bateman

Kate Kelton ... Clara
Quancetia Hamilton ... Neighbour

John Healy ... Gill
Andrew Scorer ... Janitor
Kim Poirier ... Barbara

Kim Schraner ... Elizabeth McGuire
Shoshana Sperling ... Gerty
Thomas Dozol ... Waiter
Lynne Deragon ... Rachael's Mom
Philip Williams ... Rachael's Dad
Kay Hawtrey ... Daniels' Mom

Neil Crone ... Harvey

Boyd Banks ... Jim
Greer Kent ... Mary
Susan Quinn ... Real Rachael (as Susan Laney Dalton)

Billy MacLellan ... Cadet #1
Rowan Tichenor ... Cadet #2
Robin Bublick ... Maitre D'
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Adam Bloch ... Brian's Friend (uncredited)

Directed by
Morgan J. Freeman 
Writing credits
Alex Sanger (screenplay) &
Karen Craig (screenplay)

Produced by
Ernie Barbarash .... producer
Suzanne Colvin .... line producer (as Suzanne Colvin Goulding)
Christian Halsey Solomon .... executive producer
Chris Hanley .... executive producer
Richard Hull .... executive producer
Michael Paseornek .... executive producer
Original Music by
Norman Orenstein 
Cinematography by
Vanja Cernjul 
Film Editing by
Mark Sanders 
Casting by
John Buchan 
Production Design by
Craig Lathrop 
Art Direction by
Thomas Carnegie 
Set Decoration by
Jerri Thrasher 
Costume Design by
Donna Wong 
Makeup Department
George Aywaz .... key hair stylist
Mary Hagerman .... key makeup artist
A. Scott Hamilton .... key special makeup effects
Suzanne Savage .... assistant hair stylist
Charley Trimble .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Suzanne Colvin .... production manager
Philip Stilman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Darren Doyle .... third assistant director
Rob Fowler .... first assistant director
Lori Mather-Welch .... fourth assistant director
Michelle Michals .... second assistant director
Mark Sanders .... second unit director
Art Department
Mary Arthurs .... property master
Dwight Doerksen .... construction coordinator
Andrew Fafinski .... carpenter
Edwin Gall .... set dresser
Roger Gelfand .... head carpenter
Michael Gilman .... swing dresser
Marilyn Hassen .... art department apprentice
Jason Herriott .... scenic artist
Bert Kirkham .... on-set dresser
Colleen Lewis .... carpenter
Scott Lyons .... second assistant art director
Malcolm MacRae .... head carpenter
Jose Miguez .... carpenter
Glen Roemer .... props assistant
Penny J. Rose .... set dresser
Dinery Tucci .... carpenter
Peter Waffle .... lead set dresser
Sound Department
Matt Ahrens .... assistant sound effects editor
Matt Ahrens .... first assistant sound editor
Eric Apps .... adr mixer
Matthew C. Beville .... adr recordist (as Matt Beville)
Steve Copley .... foley mixer
John Elliot .... foley assistant
Steve Hammond .... foley artist
Peter Kelly .... sound mixer
Garrett Kerr .... sound designer
Darcy Kite .... adr recordist
Valerie Laurie .... foley assistant
Anna Malkin .... foley assistant
Ron Malligers .... foley mixer (as Ron Mellegers)
Paul McGlashan .... boom operator
Chris McLeod .... assistant adr editor
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
Daniel Pellerin .... sound mixer
Jason Perreira .... re-recording assistant
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
Scott Reed .... head sound manager
Brent Roach .... adr recordist
Julie Saragosa .... dialogue editor
Greg Shim .... adr recordist
Steve F.B. Smith .... sound consultant: Dolby (as Steve Smith)
Wayne Swingle .... adr editor
Eric Thompson .... adr recordist
Robert Warchol .... sound effects editor (as Rob Warchol)
Randy Wilson .... foley mixer
Jessica Joy Wise .... assistant dialogue editor (as Jessica Wise)
Mike Woroniuk .... sound re-recording mixer
Kelly Wright .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
Dave Fulton .... special effects technician
Jeff Skochko .... special effects supervisor
Steve Skochko .... special effects key
Derek Liscoumb .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Dennis Berardi .... visual effects producer: Mr. X Inc.
Dave Calder .... 3D animator: Mr. X Inc.
Drake Conrad .... scanning and recording
Marco Polsinelli .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Matthew Steeves .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Mark Tureski .... scanning and recording
Mike Dopud .... stunt double: Daniels
Tom Farr .... stunts
Billy Oliver .... stunts
Rick Parker .... stunts
Alison Reid .... stunt coordinator
Alison Reid .... stunts
Bryan Renfro .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Atilla Abri .... grip
Blayne Badge .... electrician
Terry Banting .... gaffer
Jennifer Beasley .... camera trainee (as Jen Beasley)
Enrico Chicochio .... generator operator
Rod Crombie .... Steadicam operator
Anthony Doods .... grip
Henry Fong .... electrician
Andy Gondek .... best boy electric
Rich Green .... first assistant camera
Peter Hannough .... grip
Marcel Janisse .... second assistant camera
J.P. Locherer .... director of photography: second unit
Rick Lyon .... dolly grip
David Mason .... key grip
Tim Merkle .... Steadicam operator
John Pogue .... electrician
Michael Preuss .... best boy
Michael Purdon .... second assistant camera
David Riding .... electrician
Allan Yee .... still photographer
Casting Department
Meredith Caplan .... casting assistant
Jenny Lewis .... casting assistant
Kelsey Matherson .... extras casting assistant
Krisztina M. Neglia .... extras casting (as Kristina Meuring)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Laura DiMarcantonio .... wardrobe buyer
Jodi Katz .... assistant costume designer
Pirjo Koho .... on-set wardrobe supervisor
Samara McAdam .... wardrobe truck assistant
Editorial Department
Erin Deck .... assistant editor
Roderick Deogrades .... second assistant editor
Mitch Lackie .... assistant editor
Jennifer McSweeney .... post-production assistant
Cathy Rait .... color timer
Catherine Rankin .... negative cutter
Music Department
Joel C. High .... music supervisor
Chris McLeod .... assistant music editor
Wayne Swingle .... music editor
Stephanie Urcheck .... music supervisor
Matt Dunkley .... music arranger: song (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Glen Creswell .... transportation coordinator (as Glen Cresswell)
Richard Hooper .... driver: cast
Other crew
Courtenay Bainbridge .... production intern (as Courtenay Bainbridge)
Kresimir Bosiljevac .... stand-in: Geraint Wyn Davies
Robin Bublick .... stand-in: Mila Kunis
Diane Clute .... script supervisor
Jane Conway .... animal wrangler
Hillary Cunningham .... office production assistant
Natasha Rosa del Vecchio .... production intern
Liz Ferrier .... assistant production coordinator (as Liz Ferrier-Tracey)
Linda Fogt .... assistant location manager
Jeff Glickman .... assistant to director
Cereita Goulbourne .... assistant accountant
Brent Hetherington .... assistant to producer
Anthony Kadak .... location manager
Justin Kelly .... payroll accountant
Randy Kumano .... production coordinator
Wayne Levin .... head of business/legal affairs: Lions Gate
Stacey McKay .... production accountant
Robert M. Melnik .... senior vice president of business affairs: Lions Gate Films
Anna Oetker .... production intern
Glen Patterson .... stand-in: William Shatner
Ian Paul .... office production assistant
Jeff Prosserman .... production intern
Alyson Richards .... office production assistant
Lyle Ruby .... location production assistant
Darren Sacks .... location scout
Tamara Shannon .... production associate
David Steinberg .... legal
Charles Taylor .... armorer
Charles Taylor .... gun handler
Ian Thomson .... daily production assistant
Al Vrkljan .... gun handler (uncredited)

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Also Known As:
"American Psycho 2" - USA (short title)
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Rated R for violence and language
88 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital | DTS (Dolby 5.1)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

The filming title was "The Girl Who Wouldn't Die".See more »
Revealing mistakes: Several times through the movie, the words don't match the actors lips.See more »
Barbara:Hi Professor Starkman.
[He looks at her scared]
Starkman:Miss Brown.
Starkman:How are ya?
Barbara:So big day's tomorrow, right?
Starkman:What'd you mean?
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16 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
This is the film that made Patrick Bateman snap., 4 April 2007
Author: Andy (film-critic) from Bookseller of the Blue Ridge

For those that are huge fans of the Christian Bale masterpiece should whole heartily avoid this film at all costs. There is nothing, I repeat, nothing connecting these two films together outside of a title and a slight beginning reference to a man that never should have existed in the first place – one elusive Patrick Bateman. From the beginning the story makes no sense, supposed serial killer Patrick Bateman kills again, leaving a small girl to finish what he started. From that point forward, she decides to do whatever it takes to kill/capture all the serial killers of the world – thus becoming one in the process. Again, what should have just been in Bateman's mind destroys the concept that this film is balanced on – so, all we are left with are views, images, goofy music, and acting that honestly came from a Cracker Jack box. Our lead this time is Mila Kunis, of "That 70s Show fame", jumping or should I say "bubbling" right out of her character on FOX to a nearly identical character for this film. Her goal for the film, become William Shatner's teaching assistant so that she can get into Quantico and thus fulfilling her dreams to capture serial killers. What actually happens in the film is that she kills everyone in her way (everyone else is oblivious to the pile of bodies) to get that respected position. Nobody is safe, and as we prepare for the ending, a twist so predictable is thrown our way that we could care less about her, the story, or the semi-terrifying ending. Our only hope is that they decide to end the series with this film. What could the story be next? Patrick Bateman's ghost returns for more non-existent killing?

From every angle of this film, I was disgraced. I was such an enormous fan of the original film (the insanity, the characters, the violence), that to be handed a stick of bubble gum after eating veal just felt insulting. There are those that actually enjoyed this film, which just boggles my mind. How could anyone, either a fan of the original or not, enjoy this cookie-cutter film? In the commentary, director Morgan J. Freeman even admits to being a "director-for-hire", which means the story was already in place all he needed to do was put that "direct-to-video" feel to it, and it was ready for packaging, sealing, and delivery to those unsuspecting viewers who were tied into just the title. Nothing worked in this film. The music took me away from the horrors that were happening, and made me feel that I was camping at a carnival. The selection made me want to shake my hips and chew some bubble gum (odd, this is transforming into a theme to this film). The cinematography was juvenile at best. Errors erupted with leaps and bounds, and again, during the commentary the director wasn't afraid to point them out. From these low points, the only place to go was further down with acting that somehow connected well to the carnival music. Shatner tried his best, but just couldn't pull off the womanizing teacher with connections to Quantico. The chemistry between him and the other ladies felt scripted and old. In just a short twenty days, one probably doesn't have the chance to get to know the rest of your cast, so just read your lines and pray for the best. For those wondering how Kunis did with this role, just listen to her in the commentary. Pathetic would be a good word, amateur would be another, and just to give you that third scoop, she was unbelievable at best. Freeman attempted to make her this convincing detail oriented killer, with a killer body, but the result was anything but scary – in fact – one could go so far to say that it was "killer funny". Can I say it one more time? Nothing in this film worked. I don't mean to be lacking detail, but from the initial scene it was obvious that we were on a downward path – did Morgan J. Freeman even see the original?

I have no sympathy for this film. "American Psycho II: All American Girl" was a debauchery to the series, to the words that Bret Easton Ellis put on the page, and to cinema itself. I have no respect for those that say that this should not be paired with the original, but instead should just be watched on its own. The original "American Psycho" was well acted, nail-bitingly genre bending, and continually asks me to question the value of a male dominated workplace on Wall Street. In the original, the question became what happens to a man that has everything – in the sequel, the question transforms into "What would a girl do to get everything?" The themes are even the same. This film is a prime example of Hollywood looking to capitalize on a cult film by merely selling the title. Oh, what a horrid experiment gone wrong.

If you wanted a cheap version of the original, I suggest this one. It contains no artistic value, no moral thought-provoking moments, and definitely nothing that could be called unique or creative. The word original was never in Morgan J. Freeman's dialog. Listen to the audio commentary if you don't believe me, these Freeman and Kunis give hope to the aspiring director (who doesn't mind selling out for a paycheck) as well as a disgraceful taste to the human race.

This was cheap – with a capital C.

Grade: * out of *****

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