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Don't Breathe 2

1h 38m
Thriller, Horror
The Blind Man has been hiding out for several years in an isolated cabin and has taken in and raised a young girl orphaned from a devastating house fire. Their quiet life together is shattered when a group of criminals kidnap the girl, forcing the Blind Man to leave his safe haven to save her.
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Directed By: Rodo Sayagues

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Cb Uppercut says...
11 months ago
Another horror sequel that doesn’t need to exist. The original had a fantastic premise so the fact that there weren’t rly any likable characters was easier to ignore. The first one had a plot u could describe to someone and convince them to watch whereas this one felt very generic and like something I’ve seen before. This movie starts strong and try’s to connect us to Stephen Lang’s character but as the movie progresses u care less and less and ultimately just wait for the movie to end because u could care less about a single character in the movie. And that’s where this movie hits its biggest flaw it doesn’t matter who dies or how if the only reason u don’t want them to die is because there there a lil bit less of a douchebag than the next character. A movie can’t connect to the audience if the audience can’t connect with the characters. That being said I was never scared or on the edge of my seat like the first mostly because I didn’t care about anyone.
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discave says...
11 months ago
That sequel that is just made for the money. Love how bshollywood give a "human" side to a rapist and killer. A good father, with God in is heart and a pretty daughter to raise against the evil society. Lovely
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Resplash says...
12 months ago
Ehh, I thought the first one could have utilized the blind man’s advantage of not needing the light the way everyone else does, but this one does it even less. It was a nice change of pace story wise, but there’s less tense moments and way less use of the darkness in this one. Felt more like an action movie and less like a horror/thriller.
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brunoliv says...
11 months ago
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this movie has an interesting characteristic: you can change your mind-set to enjoy more or less.[spoiler] if you compare to the excellent first one, you enjoy lesser. it is hard to ignore all the bad things that the blind man did, so its hard to cheer for him. if you do NOT compare to the first one, and treat as a stand alone movie, you enjoy more! watch through the eyes of "Phoenix" and the twists become more powerful. [/spoiler] so, as a sequel it's a poor movie, but as an stand alone movie, it works great. if you didn't like the movie (or even if you did), here is a **thought experiment**: think that this movie is the FIRST movie of this duology and that the first is really the second one acting as a prequel, so you can know [spoiler] all the bad things that the blind man did as he spoke to phoenix in his lasts moments[/spoiler]
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1/10  11 months ago
If the old guy could see he'd be a super human. But he can't, so he's a super super human that has no trouble wandering around in places he's never been before without bumping into stuff. He knows where stuff is (glue, knifes etc) and that people aren't looking at him while he sn More
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CONTAINS SPOILERS8/10  11 months ago
So, before I get into the nitty gritty of this film, I did want to remind all my viewers of the main, kind of, twist of the first, so if you haven't seen that film yet, you probably shouldn't be reading a review of the second, but also, spoiler warning for that first movie. Anyway, so the fi More
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4 months ago
Despite myself, I actually rather enjoyed this. Certainly the plot is pretty far-fetched, but once the film gets up a head of steam, it is quickly paced with some well placed jump scenes that work quite well. Stephen Lang is effective as the blind fella, trying to rescue his "daughter" from her long More
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