Survivors of a feral flesh-eating clan are chowing their way through the locals. Amy Halbard and Claire Carey strive to survive their abduction by the cannibals and save their children. A subplot involving Claire's despicable husband, Steven, gives an opportunity to cleverly compare predatory civilized folk to the appetite-driven primitives.

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Chlo W (jp) wrote: I miss my high school life... It's so pure and memorable.

Michael H (mx) wrote: Likeable if not laugh out loud funny, it works best using the charms of the leading man and Willie Nelson the dog

James H (au) wrote: This sequel takes a while to get going. The first half an hour of this film really bored me but once it gets going it's good fun. Paul Rudd and Will Ferrel are great but I found Steve Carell quite irritating. It is, however a good film with morals and there is a ridiculous scene with more celebrity cameos than I've ever seen before including Will Smith, Jim Carrey, Sacha Baron Cohen, Liam Neeson, Harrison Ford and many others. My main problem however is that there is no laugh out loud moments.

Thomas P (jp) wrote: Film Festival stuff which i love....., Good film and nice story !!

Mloy X (ag) wrote: Rick Barnes (Vaughn): You may not know me, but you do know Danny. Frank Morrison (Travolta): Oh, I know. He lies. He lies to just about everybody. But you know what? Rick Barnes (Vaughn): What? Frank Morrison (Travolta): He doesn't lie to me. Dumb....dumb....dumb......a complete waste of time. (The one star is for poor Steve Buscemi, who played Ray Coleman, for wasting his God-given talents on this stupid "film").

Barry H (gb) wrote: I wouldn't say a bad film but I would say that if you read the book you'll not be as taken with the film.

Leonard D (jp) wrote: Wasn't this movie renamed "Flying Wild"? Not a masterpiece, but a decent film.

Paul D (ca) wrote: This is nowhere near as good as the pristine original. This is a straight to video sequel. While I did not hate it as much as others seemed to, it still was a let down.

Amanda R (ca) wrote: Hulk Hogan should never have been allowed to act.

curtis f (kr) wrote: I remember watching this movie back in 92 or 93 with my dad. Being 12 I thought it was a great boxing movie. Watching it now, it was a great film with ok fight scenes trying to be boxing. The reffing was worse than that of The rumble in the jungle.

Jack S (jp) wrote: How well this film fares really depends on how you look at it. If you compare it to TRHPS, of course it's not going to be as good. But only slightly. The thing you have to consider is that it's a "equal not a sequel" - and it's truly a different beast. It's different, but I personally think that it's different in a good way. The songs are catchy, the visuals are fun. Of course it isn't as good as TRHPS, but it's not trying to be. It does what it sets out to be, and does it well. It's not amazing, but it's a fun film with catchy songs, which I would happily watch again.

Don S (ag) wrote: I didn't like the way it started at all - Philip Marlowe talking to the viewer. Eck. And then, the whole movie is from Marlowe's point of view! Double eck. Save your time, and just read the book!

Mason B (ru) wrote: Our obsession with celebrity and the culture in general is something that deserves to be satired and skewered, and Antiviral makes its critiques consistently and with real conviction. Antiviral tells the story of a future where people pay to be injected with the same diseases that celebrities have had, to a achieve a type of biological communion with them. The lead is a worker at this clinic who injects himself with a dose of a celebrities fatal disease. Antiviral is a very interesting piece of work thats created with real conviction and competency. Unfortunately interesting is all it really ever is. The premise and ideas are so outlandish that they fail to ever really work as satire. There's not much in this film that feels like it could actually connect to our real world, and so it doesn't skewer the idea of celebrity as well as it should. Also, the lead character is an absolute mannequin, not because he's badly acted, but because he has no character or personality outside of his actions. The result is a cold, emotionally distant film that doesn't disturb as much as it wants to. If you want a disturbing film about our modern life, you could do much better.

Brian P (it) wrote: loved this movie when I was younger

Kevin R (au) wrote: Never give up hope.A group of warriors led by an intergalactic warlord has threatened to invade Earth due to the outcome of the Mortal Kombat tournament. A group of Mortal Kombat warriors from Earth have six days to find the leaders and their minions in hopes of stopping the invasion. Can they really stop the madness?"If those bars could keep me away from you I'd welcome them."John R. Leonetti, director of Butter Fly Effect 2, Annabelle, and episodes of television series Sleepy Hollow, Sons of Thunder, and Providence, delivers Mortal Kombat Annihilation. This storyline, special effects, and action scenes are all terrible. The acting is miserable and the cast includes Robin Shou, Talisa Soto, James Remar, Brian Thompson, Irina Pantaeva, and Chris Conrad."Your failure is my opportunity."I came across this on HBOGO and felt that it would be fun to view again; then I discovered, I had never actually seen this before. Everything about this is dreadful. There is no aspect of this film I would recommend. I would recommend skipping this."You will fail!"Grade: F

intuciic (gb) wrote: interesting movie about suicidal character who thinks he is trying to help another person to get out of the wood they both came to die in, while in fact it's he himself he is helping to understand that he wants to live. Liked how the small hints turned into answers to questions the guy wanted to know.