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Carl Anthony Payne II
This is the second feast movie. And while the director remains the same (and some survivors from the first movie, too), it is not as rich and good as the first movie was. What you can't say though, is that the director had no ideas for this. While the introduction to characters has been changed from the written form to the moving picture form (a move I didn't approve of and was subsequently changed back in the follow up), the director had some craziness left up his sleeve.
The title is also very suggestive and could be taken the wrong way (anyone familiar with slang will know what "sloppy seconds" are). Therefor you shouldn't be too surprised if the movie does try to "dig" into strange territories. While the plot holes might be as big as they come (no pun intended), the movie still might get to you, if you let it.
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