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This is easily one of the worst movies of the year, quite possibly of all time. I, like a lot of people, am a fan of the original, however it was known quite quickly after it's release and success that there was going to be a sequel. Now for it to take Nine Years to produce and release a sequel, you would think that there was either creative issues or casting issues, and after watching this it's obvious they had both. This "film" contains some of the worst dialogue I have ever heard, below the standard of a romance novel which a grandmother would purchase. There are action sequences which contain more exposition than most movies, and I understand that this is somewhat of a style, but it's not a very good one for film. There are scenes which visually look appealing, nothing spectacular by any means, this movie was awful, and made me want to watch a Michael Bay film to counter the extra expositional moments that come one after another, like endings during the last 45 minutes of "Return of the King".
There are going to be people who love it, most likely purely for the names attached, but this film was truly horrible. If you enjoyed the "From Dusk till Dawn" TV show, you might enjoy this movie, as that TV show is a lump of crap compared to the original "From Dusk till Dawn" movie.
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