The Cusp is a serial killer who kills his victims and then brings them back to life - over and over, until they beg to die. Psychic, Maya is an investigator who gained her powers after ...
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The Cusp is a serial killer who kills his victims and then brings them back to life - over and over, until they beg to die. Psychic, Maya is an investigator who gained her powers after being in a 1 year coma, caused by being the Cusp's first victim. Now the Cusp's is back, and with no time for perpetration, Maya has to enter into the killer's mind, to save his latest victim.Written by
The movie The Cell had impressed me with its imaginative visual effects,and at the same time,it had bored me with its story,which made us to swallow an absurd premise.On that film,director Tarsem Singh had shown talent on the visual aspect,but he had also shown inability for getting an adequate rhythm and tone to complement the story.Now,9 years later,we have the disastrous sequel of that film.But,on this sequel,we unfortunately do not have Singh's visual creativity,so the final experience is even more boring than the first film.Actress Tessie Santiago could be politely described as a mediocre actress; however,I dare to speculate that she was not hired because of her doubtful level of talent,but because her face is like a combination between Jennifer López (the main actress from the original film) and Eva Longoria.The producers from this film may have thought that hiring Santiago to work on this movie would be an attractive element to the Latin spectators.Whatever the case is,she brings a very mediocre performance.Replacing Singh as a director,we now have Tom Iacofano,who has directed episodes from series like Smallville,24 and Supernatural.His "direction" in this movie is disastrous on every single aspect.The parts on which his horrible work is most noticed is on the sequences which are set inside the mind of killer for many aspects but mainly,because they seem to be extracts from an 80's video-clip,for the extremely poor visual style.Iacofano's laziness on his work is absolutely insulting for the spectator.The Cell 2 is pure and absolute rubbish,and it is so bad that all the copies from this "film" should be burnt on fire.The only reason I do not rate this movie with a 1 is because the sequence on the helicopter near the end provoked a few accidental laughs on me.
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