Best for last?
I have to give Rachel Talalay credit for this was a decent vehicle for her
to make her directorial debut since she'd been affiliated with this series
for years before making this movie, but the story couldn't have been weaker.
Except for using the character of Freddy, Nightmare 6 bears no major
consistency with it's predecessors. We never find out what happened to Alice
and her baby. Freddy is starting with a new group of teenagers who aren't
relevant to the previous five movies in any way which make them as victims
and characters (and, in some cases, as actors) even more forgettable than
this movie. Perhaps the only thing that makes this movie watchable is that
eeriness that makes Freddy fearsome. The only good thing that can be said
about the sequels to this movie is that the eerie element is present in all
of them, but is negligible due to overly high body counts, weak stories, and
comedy. They shouldn't have used the tagline: "They save the best for last,"
since I didn't think Freddy's death scene in this movie was a far cry from
his previous five..
jr620 watch If I Had Known I Was A Genius movie
this movie is going to be hella scary.
janae29 watch Dead Write movie
omg i loooooovvvveeee freddy !!! one two freddy coming for u!!.
Mzcollegegurl1 watch If These Walls Could Talk 2 movie
I think Freddy's dead was the best one. I really hope that they come out with another leprechaun movie..
jacky1897 watch Beethoven movie
love freddy krueger his is so awsome.
mayamiranda watch Barbie: Mermaidia movie
i will love to watch only it and nothing else.
The Final Embarrassment
Unimaginably stupid, redundant and humiliating closure to the
"Nightmare on Elm Street"-series! Part 6 is so incompetent that it
looks like director Rachel Talalay intentionally wanted to turn Wes
Craven's initial premise into one big bad and tasteless joke. This
isn't just the worst entry in the "Elm Street" saga; it's also one of
the most embarrassing horror movies ever made and it downright offends
fans of the genre! The story is dumb, the character drawings are
ridiculous, the structure is all murky and most of all the special
and visual effects resemble those of a Tom & Jerry cartoon. The
sequences in which Freddy Krueger murders his victims are endless and
very uninteresting. Were we supposed to be petrified when a jabbering
Freddy turned Breckin Meyer into a video game-character and
pogo-sticked him around the walls of a house? The story takes us back
to Springwood and it appears that Freddy all of a sudden has a
middle-aged daughter. You'd think he would mention that in one of his
previous adventures, but no There's only one teenage-survivor in
Springwood and Krueger uses him to get into contact with his long lost
daughter. Another reason why this final installment is so awful is the
completely illogical structure. The John Doe-boy is introduced as the
leading character but then all of a sudden he dies and the plot
continues to revolve on two adults! How about that: Freddy Krueger, who
spent five entire films killing nothing but teenagers, eventually gets
beaten by two adults wearing 3D-glasses! Sort of like ruins the whole
essence, doesn't it? As far as I'm concerned, "Nightmare on Elm Street"
has always been a dreadfully overrated series but, up until now, even
the weakest entries had at least some redeeming elements. "Freddy's
Dead", however, is simply unendurable and nobody should waste his/her
precious time watching it..