Post by bloodybrandi on Sept 25, 2007 16:16:44 GMT -5
I liked it okay i gave it a 3. I did not like Michael's mask i thought he looked like a mime. Loomis made the film as always because it would have been alot worse if he was not in it. I liked the whole taking the law into your own hands idea. The girls got a little annoying with all the screaming but hey i'd watch it again.
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The mask was a converted Kirk, just like the original 2. In the School scene, It happends very fast, when michael jumps out at loomis, you can see he has Blonde hair. THey shot that scene with a regular kirk mask.
Carpenter and fellow writer Dennis Etchison began writing the script for the fourth Halloween. While a direct sequel to Halloween & Halloween II, the script did not feature a living, breathing Michael Myers. More of a ghost story, the fear and angst of the adults in Haddonfield allowed The Shape to reappear, causing a kind of "psychic disturbance" in the town. However, Akkad rejected it, calling it "too cerebral" and insisting any new Halloween movie must feature Myers as a flesh and blood killer. At this point, Carpenter washed his hands of the series and sold all of his remaining rights to Akkad
but Part 2 is almost equal to the first film for me
Not for me at all. I tried reciently to sit through that movie again and it was aweful. It was stale and boring and the Myers actor sucked...way too robotic...did not even seem alive. The music was not great. The brother sister story seemed forced and did not flow well. The effects (especially the throat slash) were terrible. The movie just sucked. I really don't know why this movie is praised so much. I hated how Michael's weapon of choice is a scalple (weak!) and the elevator scene was laughable.
Halloween 4 to me is the superior Halloween sequel in ever single way possable, from the characters to the music to the story to the Myers actor to the setting and atmosphere. Everything about it was just awesomeness and it screamed the original Halloween without trying to duplicate it.
- Just my opinions.
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Post by fridayfan1979 on Dec 25, 2007 8:59:51 GMT -5
C'mon now Rich, don't hate on Dick Warlock! ;D I seriously thought he did the best job as Michael out of all of the actors. I think his robotic interpretation is what made it work so well. He took the human aspect of Michael away, making him seem to just be a mindless, evil killing machine. I find Warlock's version to be the scariest Michael of all. That's just my opinion, of course.