Brahms: The Boy II
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Movie Info & Cast
- Katie Holmes
- Christopher Convery
- Owain Yeoman
- Ralph Ineson
- Daphne Hoskins
- Keoni Rebeiro
- Joely Collins
- Oliver Rice
- Anjali Jay
- Natalie Moon
Did You Know?
- This movie was previously scheduled to be released on 26 July 2019, and 6 December 2019.
- Although the guest house was supposed to be set in England, the power sockets and light switches are of US origin.
- [from the trailer]
- Jude: It's okay to be scared sometimes/it's fun to be scared sometimes
- [first lines]
- Jude: I gottcha good did I
- [last lines]
- [looking at his reflection only to see Brahms staring back at him]
- Jude: I think we're gonna like it here Brahms... as long as they follow the rules
Atom User Reviews
It was a bad movie
I enjoyed the the first movie The Boy, the Boy 2 seemed to struggle with keeping the plot going, and keeping my interest. The first one was awesome ( but then again it started Lauren Cohan, “ Maggie” from The Walking Dead) so of course it was awesome. The Boy 2 is “ ok” if you do go see it, catch it as a matinee, save some money. Leaves it open for more sequels!
Watching a foot-tall plaything flip over a dinner table would be either hilarious or terrifying, and either direction would be an improvement over the flavorless slurry Bell is dishing up.
None of it is remotely frightening or original, the admittedly good-looking film adding nothing new to this unfortunate horror subgenre.
The film has no suspense, wit or shock value. It’s too ploddingly paced to elicit a proper jump scare, and it’s nowhere near insightful enough to get under the skin. The only thing interesting about this disappointing follow-up is how it takes the original film down with it, retroactively hurting the chances of “The Boy” becoming a beloved cult classic.