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Carl Anthony Payne II
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I really liked Feast and I recommend it to all my friends. Recently I found out that Feast is a trilogy, so I immediately went towards seeing the other two films. After seeing Sloppy Seconds I have to say that either I don't remember the first one well or that this sucked a lot more.
As other reviewers have commented, this is more about the gore than the fun. However most of it is badly made, the little humor that remains is more like Final Destination than the original Feast movie and none of the characters are easy to empathize with. The budget probably was close to none and the monster scenes are either uselessly gory and explicit, either completely ridiculous.
Bottom line: I will watch the third installment hoping for a miracle, but if it will be like this one, I will not enjoy watching it. It was more than a letdown and more than a failure, it was a pretty bad movie overall.
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