4.3 ?! What is wrong with you, guys!
"The Fly II" is actually a really decent sequel with good storyline,
amazing FX, wonderful soundtrack and some really gore moments. Without
any doubts, I would recommend it to any fan of good old 80s
horrors/slashers, but this one really makes sense. Go on, watch it
now,you won't regret. Perfect for Friday night. And, one more thing to
add, I'm kind of person, who really hates second, third, fourth or
fifth parts of the movie with only couple exceptions (Terminator II,
BTTF II, Evil Dead Trilogy and LOTR). As for the "The Fly II" - you
will like it even without seeing the first part. By the way, it has
some really touching moments too....
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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..
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scary movie, very nice one same as sequel 1.
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great full of awesomeness go watch the movie now.
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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 .
Pointless, but not bad
This half decent sequel scores points for trying, but it's more like
Flyday the 13th than a companion piece to Cronenberg's masterpiece.
It's a solid enough film with a sympathetic tone, the script's not bad,
and there's a memorably touching scene involving a pet doggy that's
been telepodded into a shapeless freak. The goopy effects are
excellent, as before, but the problem is that the emotional core is
underdeveloped, and without the tragedy of the original it's difficult
to care when Brundlefly II goes on the rampage, jumping on various
employees of the Sinister Corporation that raised him and violently
squishing them. It's not good enough, really, but it doesn't disgrace