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Halloween-2018

Halloween

2018
Suspense/Thriller, Horror
1h 46m
Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. (imdb)
Franchise: Halloween
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3rd
20
Inept rehash with no tension, no rhythm, no surprises and no point. Poorly written, poorly shot and poorly edited. That critics seem to have largely been favourably disposed is incomprehensible: is it because they have an idea in their heads that Green is a good filmmaker, or because they perceive the film as somehow feminist, or because Jamie Lee Curtis is in it, or for some other, more obscure reason? In any case: avoid.
Rated
77th
80
Uhh move over Loomis there’s a new sheriff in town. A sequel that strips away tons of nonsense lore and instead injects it with a super off putting teenager who looks like Rocky Dennis was granted a wish to look like one of us but a genie can’t grant miracles.
Rated
49th
85
I really liked this. Disclaimer: I had only seen the original 1978 film before this, so maybe my review won't say much to you die-hards. Green doesn't capture the atmosphere that Carpenter did, but I still found some of the camera work to be really well done and the story is a nice, fresh take on the genre. Curtis was quite good, as was some of the supporting cast. I also like that this isn't over the top like a lot of other slasher movie sequels seem to be. Very good.
Rated
64th
72
It's certainly not perfect; it wouldn't be a Halloween sequel if it was. The first half wastes too much time on characters and situations that ultimately don't matter much. But once everything clicks into place and we're off to the races, DAMN. It updates the story, but not in that winking pomo-horror way we're sick of, just reinstates Michael as The Shape and lets Laurie grow from the Final Girl to the Original HBIC. Not perfect, but a perfect ending. The lunatic is on the fucking grass.
Rated
86th
79
I wish I was cool enough (or is it old enough? I don't know how nostalgia works anymore) to have seen Halloween in the theater, but I will say, when I first saw Trading Places, I just knew that someday Jaime Lee Curtis was going to be a generation's Charles Bronson.
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