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Good follow up to the first
Okay the first Nightmare On Elm Street film is a classic. And the second one sucked. As far as I'm concerned this part 2 should never have happened and this one part 3 should have taken its place for a sequel. This movie brings back Heather Langenkamp ,John Saxon,and of course Robert Englund, and was written by Wes Craven. Those 4 factors always seem to make a good Nightmare movie. Rent this or buy it because you'll want to see it over and over again.
A good idea gone bad
After the crappy Halloween 3 the fans of the series thought that the Halloween series was really dead. But hey, they made this movie bringing back Michael, the great Donald Pleasence and an okay story line. However all these things can't make up for the bad acting and very bad ending. But if your a fan of the Halloween movies this one is better than "The Curse Of Michael Myers" right?
Halloween 5 (1989)
This movie is really far fetched
This movie is really far fetched. First off the fans are introduced to a "man in black" and it takes the writers almost 7 years after this movie to give the "man in black" a purpose. Anyway Michael Myers gets a soft spot which screws up what made this series so good. A monster who doesn't have any emotion. This movie gives him emotion.The only good part about this movie is of course the return of Donald Pleasence. Other than that its just another mindless sequel.
Man on the Moon (1999)
Jim Carrey's best
I have to say that I wasn't a huge fan of Andy Kaufman but after I saw this movie Jim Carrey kind of opened my eyes to Andy's creativness. This movie is a real eye opener and should be seen by everyone who enjoys a good comedy and drama too.
The Faculty (1998)
Good sci-fi flick
The Faculty is a well written and directed science fiction movie. The acting is well done as well. Since the movie Scream came out movie studio's have done what they could to find the next "Scream" and all those studio's have failed. However Dimension Films (which also made the Scream movies) find original ideas and make the movie as good as they can and The Faculty is a fine example of that.
Better than parts 2 and 4
First off there never should have been sequels to the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre I think most fans of the film will agree with me on that. Second if I had to choose a good sequel that came out of the sequels I would have to say that this one is the best. It brings back elements from the original such as being stalked in the woods, and the killers have half a brain too. If you have seen the first one and want to check out any of the sequels, check this one out. Avoid the others. But if you can help it, avoid this one too.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
My second all time favorite movie
This movie is one of the best movies of the 20 century. This movie keeps the viewers on the edge of their seats until the ending credits. Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster give great performences and the director gives us 100% of good movie making. This movie gets a 10 out of 10.
Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)
Not a bad sequel
Hellbound: Hellraiser 2 picks up where the first one left off which is something I like about sequels. But as this movie goes on, all we see is gore that we really don't need, and a confusing story. The ending is really bad, but hey what did you expect from the guy who helped write the next two very bad Hellraiser films. We as fans should have seen this coming.
Drowning Mona (2000)
An OK comedy
This movie had a bunch of very talented actors at their best but I wondered if any of them read the script. Don't get me wrong this movie had some very funny scenes but that is it. Although Bette Midler and William Fichtner are very funny and give 100% of their skills. This is a movie to see on a rainy night or if your looking for a few laughs.
Freddy turns to comedy
I liked the first nightmare movie because Freddy was a dark evil man, and even though the second movie sucked Freddy still had that scary image. The 3rd one was good and Freddy had a few good jokes but for the most part he was still dark. Now we see a Freddy Kruger meets Jim Carry and it kills Freddy's image. Sure Robert Englund is great as Freddy, but they should have kept the evil image that Wes Craven gave to the character.