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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I saw The Lost Boys: The Thirst last night and I was hoping I would enjoy it & I did. It is a great movie.
I wasn't that impressed with The Lost Boys: The Tribe, but The Thirst was a whole lot better.
Of course, it's not as good as the original but it does come close and for those of you saying, the original is the only good Lost Boys movie, then my advice to you would be, stick to just watching the original as you will never be pleased with anything but the original.
The Thirst had humor, the Frog Brothers and a new band of hunters that kept me watching. In fact, I watched it 3 times last night.
I didn't give it a 10 only because, and I am going to take my own advice on this and stick with the original version of the song, is that I felt Cry Little Sister was a little too fast of a speed for me. The original was more eerie when it was played slower.
If they continue making more films and they do them as well as this sequel, I will be a longtime fan of sequels. Bring on the next Lost Boys movie!
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