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I just can't believe that a sequel to an absolute rubbish film would turn out to be good. After watching the first crappy ALONE IN TE DARK I thought this one will also be the same, I rented it because I couldn't find another movie that looks good. Uwe Boll did not direct it so I was saying to myself "It shouldn't be bad as the first one".
The film was better than I expected. The story has a good pace with plenty of "plot" and action through-out the movie, and the acting was surprisingly good. And with that I mean that some of the actors were actually really good and the others decent! So don't expect a perfect movie.
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