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El último exorcismo 2

El último exorcismo 2
El último exorcismo 2 Rating: 41 out of 100 based on 17 reviews.
Continuando exatamente de onde o primeiro filme parou, a adolescente Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) é encontrada suja e aterrorizada na floresta depois de escapar do ritual no qual um culto a ajudou a dar a luz a um bebê-demoníaco. Confusa, Nell é examinada por uma equipe médica, mas não se lembra de muita coisa dos meses anteriores – a não ser de que sua família está toda morta. Ela se muda para uma cidadezinha chamada Davreaux, onde começa a namorar um rapaz chamado Chris (Spencer Treat Clark) e até arruma um trabalho em um hotel local. É hora de tentar recomeçar. Mas algo não está certo. Ela começa a ser perseguida pelo mesmo demônio de outrora. Só que o seu objetivo é bem diferente desta vez....
Interpretación
Producción
Director:Ed Gass-Donnelly
Producer:Marc Abraham (producer)
Thomas A. Bliss (producer)
Eli Roth (producer)
Patty Long (executive producer)
Gabrielle Neimand (executive producer)
Eric Newman (producer)
Ron Halpern (executive producer)
Writer:Damien Chazelle (story)
Ed Gass-Donnelly (screenplay)
Huck Botko (characters created by) &)
Andrew Gurland (characters created by)
Valoraciones de El último exorcismo 2
Screen Jabber
An unnecessary sequel to a decent film, The Last Exorcism Part 2 seems to exist merely to see star Bell do her bendy-body trick once again. And that is really not enough to save it.
Mark Reviews Movies
Everything that worked—and worked exceedingly well—in The Last Exorcism is absent from the sequel. Gone is the laser focus on character. Gone is the fake documentary style. Gone, above all else, is the possibility that the strange happenings in The...
Leer crítica4 mar 2013
Slant Magazine
Invoking faith and gender-based traumas only to reduce them to a redundant series of decibel-heavy scares, The Last Exorcism Part II is a prime example of a bad thing done well.
Leer crítica1 mar 2013
Movies.com
Ween, that goofy absurdist-rock band you used to listen to in college, once made a record called GodWeenSatan: The Oneness. It had nothing to do with either God or Satan but it did have its own demon/deity mascot-thing known as The Boognish.
One Guy's Opinion
This feeble sequel makes even its lackluster predecessor look good—or at least less terrible than it was. “The Last Exorcism” proves to have been wrong, since there’s yet another of those rituals here. But despite the use of the already passe...
Valoraciones de El último exorcismo 2
Screen Jabber
An unnecessary sequel to a decent film, The Last Exorcism Part 2 seems to exist merely to see star Bell do her bendy-body trick once again. And that is really not enough to save it.
Mark Reviews Movies
Everything that worked—and worked exceedingly well—in The Last Exorcism is absent from the sequel. Gone is the laser focus on character. Gone is the fake documentary style. Gone, above all else, is the possibility that the strange happenings in The...
Leer crítica4 mar 2013
Slant Magazine
Invoking faith and gender-based traumas only to reduce them to a redundant series of decibel-heavy scares, The Last Exorcism Part II is a prime example of a bad thing done well.
Leer crítica1 mar 2013
Movies.com
Ween, that goofy absurdist-rock band you used to listen to in college, once made a record called GodWeenSatan: The Oneness. It had nothing to do with either God or Satan but it did have its own demon/deity mascot-thing known as The Boognish.
One Guy's Opinion
This feeble sequel makes even its lackluster predecessor look good—or at least less terrible than it was. “The Last Exorcism” proves to have been wrong, since there’s yet another of those rituals here. But despite the use of the already passe...
FirstShowing.net
There appears to be a laziness to a movie with a title like The Last Exorcism Part II. Neither The Next-To-Last Exorcism nor The Really Last Exorcism would have worked, but titles that quirky might have fit better with the film we get.
Leer crítica1 mar 2013
The A.V. Club
Lost in all the jokes about the very existence of a sequel to 2010’s The Last Exorcism—“The Lastest Exorcism?” etc.—is a much more simple reason it isn’t necessary: Everything that was good about the first movie is dead.
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
In THE LAST EXORCISM, we meet a naïve and troubled young woman named Nell (Ashley Bell). Sheltered all her life by her father Louis (Louis Herthum), she became victim to a seemingly demonic force. Her performance as Nell was compelling as an innocent...
Leer crítica1 mar 2013
The Film Yap
“Oz the Great and Powerful” is one of those movie projects that likely began in earnestness, progressed with craftsmanship and joy, and was completely doomed from the outset.
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
CinemaBlend.com
New Orleans is a really spooky place. It’s a strange mix of buttoned up Christianity, hidden superstitions and nighttime sin. It has its own pace, its own bilingual history and its own demons. In many ways, it’s the perfect setting for a horror movie...
Entertainment Weekly
The Last Exorcism Part II may have an extremely dumb title but that's not a good reason to avoid it — particularly when there are so many more legitimate excuses not to see this tepid, predictable sequel to the 2010 horror film we're now...
Leer crítica6 mar 2013
RedEye
Actually, 17-year-old Nell (Ashley Bell) barely remembers the events of 2010’s hit “The Last Exorcism,” the surprisingly creepy thriller in which the professor from “Saved by the Bell: The College Years” played a priest aiming to expose exorcisms as...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
MovieXclusive.com
The demon Alabam might not have left the 17-year-old Louisana farm-girl Nell, but what originality the filmmakers of ‘The Last Exorcist’ once brought to both the found-footage format and the exorcism horor subgenre has certainly departed with...
Shadows on the Wall
The Last Exorcism Part II Abandoning both the premise and the video-cam format, this sequel essentially relegates the 2010 original to a backstory. "A piece of him is still inside you," says an expert (Jensen), completely without irony. Y
Leer crítica2 jun 2013
SFX
The first Last Exorcism at least offered some intrigue with its mock-doc format and attempts to keep things realistic for the majority of the running time. The sequel makes no such effort.
Leer crítica7 jun 2013
TotalFilm.com
The first Last ExorcIsm (2010) was a fresh found-footage shrieker with a novel premise: a charlatan preacher, who has spent his life performing phoney exorcisms, decides to drag along a documentary crew to film one last faux-corcism on a teenage girl...
Leer crítica25 may 2013
Boston Phoenix
You probably thought you'd never miss the found-footage gimmick, but at least The Last Exorcism (2010) did a few interesting things within the genre tropes, including a twist ending that added evil cult doings, along with some kind of demonic birth...
Leer crítica6 mar 2013
Interpretación
Ashley Bell...Nell
Julia Garner...Gwen
Spencer Treat Clark...Chris
David Jensen...Calder
Tarra Riggs...Cecile
Louis Herthum...Louis
Muse Watson...Frank Merle
Erica Michelle...Daphne
Sharice A. Williams...Mo (as Sharice Angelle Williams)
Boyana Balta...Lily
Joe Chrest...Pastor
Raeden Greer...Steph
Judd Lormand...Jared
E. Roger Mitchell...Jeffrey
Dane Rhodes...Drunken Tourist
Andrew Sensenig...Doctor
Ashlynn Ross...Michelle
Cristina Franco...Marie
Diva Tyler...Bev
Gideon Hodge...Tin Man
Marcellus Grace...Janitor
Deacon John Moore...Old Bluesman
Candida Mandarino...Jill Rycroft
Elton LeBlanc...(uncredited)
Producción
Director:Ed Gass-Donnelly
Producer:Marc Abraham (producer)
Thomas A. Bliss (producer)
Eli Roth (producer)
Patty Long (executive producer)
Gabrielle Neimand (executive producer)
Eric Newman (producer)
Ron Halpern (executive producer)
Writer:Damien Chazelle (story)
Ed Gass-Donnelly (screenplay)
Huck Botko (characters created by) &)
Andrew Gurland (characters created by)
Composer:Michael Wandmacher
Cinematographer:Brendan Steacy
Editing:Ed Gass-Donnelly
Casting:Ellen Parks
Costume Design:Abby O'Sullivan
Makeup:Marcos Gonzales (hair department head)
Leslie D. Bennett (key hair stylist)
Nikki I Brown (makeup department head)
Denise Pugh-Ruiz (key makeup artist)
Production Management:Andre Coutu (post-production supervisor)
Sharon C. Dietz (production supervisor)
Patty Long (production manager)
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