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The scene with the stage car that the characters use to be lowered down to in the film was created by using a rubber rolling eight-foot wall that looked like the inside of a cave, to give the illusion that they were actually going down beneath the surface. See more »
While Vaines unclasp his holster and takes the gun out, his thumbnail looks completely different from the one holding the camera. The last-mentioned thumbnail lets to assume that the cameraman is a much younger person than Vaines. See more »
I was honestly ready for this movie to be a complete fail for a film not only because of several different reviews iv read but also because of other movies that try making a second and change the setting and the main characters but keep the story in which the descent 2 did not do. They used the same actresses, the same setting, they did not change anything or add anything unnecessary they just sent a search party after the climbers which is realistically what they would do. On top of that it let's you know what happens to Juno since you don't see her die in the first one. It takes place a couple days after they all went out so it doesn't just randomly start somewhere. And they are underground blind creatures, I think people expect and just want to see extremely epic deaths but think about their surroundings and the creatures nature, the are limited to what they can do and how they kill you. I was ready for this movie to be a let down, it's been in mi face and I wasn't going to watch it because I didn't want to be disappointed but I finally decided to watch it and I'm really happy I did. I would say if you like the first one, watch it. In my opinion it doesn't take it to far.
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