Not a great sequel, but as a Sci-Fi, Horror, it succeeds.
I checked this flick out right after seeing the first. As a sequel, it
is basically a cash cow, milking off the success of the first one. Made
for the wrong reasons, it is a very weak sequel to the earlier
masterpiece. Now, as a Sci-fi, Horror flick on it's own, it's not bad.
A decent plot line, with a very interesting lead character played
excellently by Eric Stoltz. The gore and monster effects are pumped up
greatly. So if you are going to watch this special effects vehicle,
watch it for the makeup and gore, not for a sequel or even for a plot.
Just for plain, shallow, fun. The acid effects were cool in the fist
one and their cool in the sequel. As well, the vengeance issued in this
movie is some of the harshest revenge material I have ever seen!.
Carolynwlf watch Year Of The Dog movie
Just saw recently beetlejuice hilariously scared.
Richard Tenkorang watch The King Of Kings movie
Like father like son, the fly 2's evolving nature is as vigorous as part 1. There is no coming back, when Martin Brundle lets the animal loose. It is a phenomenon..
angelchloie watch Candlelight In Algeria movie
scary movie, very nice one same as sequel 1.
wereowl watch Deadwater movie
great full of awesomeness go watch the movie now.
The son of the original "fly" ages fast and becomes another fly-man but he got help from a good friend who turned him back to human.
ms of the Telepods, believing the Telepods are the key for worldwide domination. Martin ages at an accelerated rate (being the equivalent of 20 human years old at the age of 5), and the fly genes he inherited from his father begin to transform him into Martinfly, who, unlike his sickly father, is a very deadly force to be reckoned with. Befriended by beautiful computer specialist Beth Logan, Martin sets out for a way to cure himself, discovering that the answer lies within the Telepods... .
fabulous man , astonishing .
Good Story/Horror mix
This is overall one of my favorite horror movies. Good, creepy monster,
scenes of anticipation, and some characters you care about or despise.
The first Fly remake (with Jeff G.), is also a great movie; but I see
it as a drama with horror elements that escalates the level a couple
can take commitment to horrific heights. It uses horror to punctuate
the "OMG!" of the drama. It was an excellent movie.
Fly 2 reverses the priority of drama vs horror. It adds the popcorn
munching fearsome good time of the old horror movies, updated to todays
standards. The old Boris Karloff movies can be shown to a 5 year old
today and he'd see it as anything but scary. If you scoff, then you
need to watch this at home, with surround or the stereo, lights off. IF
you're not scared, you'll at least be captivated.
Fly 2 gives you enough character development to care, but not enough
for serious drama. That's fine. The story however, has more twists than
the original, and rather than exposing the bug and killing him
immediately at the end like the first fly, this one gets to buzz around
and do some damage. If it didn't, it would be virtually the same
formula as the original; and the detractors would have even more a
field day trashing this movie; as would I.
If you liked the original, and also like movies like the remakes of The
Blob and The Thing from the 80's you won't be sorry seeing this one.
The creature effects are much better than those two movies as well.
However, if you thought those movies were trash, then skip this one.
You are just too um... "deep" for this movie..