Brahms: The Boy II

Brahms: The Boy II

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Brahms: The Boy II

A family moves into a spooky mansion where their child makes friends with a scarily lifelike doll in the sequel to 2016's The Boy. Stars Katie Holmes and Ralph Ineson (The Witch).

2020Rating: M, Violence & horror86 minsUSA
Horror
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Composes itself well

The Geets (greats): An above-par Horror movie which dwells on more than just suspense and overused clichés. With top-notch acting by Katie Holmes and Ralph Ineson, this movie raises the standards of contemporary Horror movies with a certain level of intellectual investment in choreography rather than just the visual aspects. I found myself dumbstruck by...

3.0
5
Bloody Disgusting

Bloody Disgusting

press

The horror plays much too safe. The idea of giving audiences exactly what they thought they were getting in the first film seems smart on paper, but this sequel is too afraid to take any real risks. Brahms game has become all too predictable.

2.0
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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

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A film that's as blank as Brahms' expression.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

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It's so punishingly dull to watch, filled with dry, perfunctory dialogue from Stacey Menear's consistently uninventive script and shot without even a glimmer of style, that even at a brisk 86 minutes, it feels like unending torture.

1.0
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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Like its predecessor, "The Boy II" is a fairly corny and stodgy spook-show, with a few good jolts and one genuinely creepy killer toy.

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Bloody Disgusting

Bloody Disgusting

press

The horror plays much too safe. The idea of giving audiences exactly what they thought they were getting in the first film seems smart on paper, but this sequel is too afraid to take any real risks. Brahms game has become all too predictable.

2.0
0
RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

A film that's as blank as Brahms' expression.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

It's so punishingly dull to watch, filled with dry, perfunctory dialogue from Stacey Menear's consistently uninventive script and shot without even a glimmer of style, that even at a brisk 86 minutes, it feels like unending torture.

1.0
0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Like its predecessor, "The Boy II" is a fairly corny and stodgy spook-show, with a few good jolts and one genuinely creepy killer toy.

0

Composes itself well

The Geets (greats): An above-par Horror movie which dwells on more than just suspense and overused clichés. With top-notch acting by Katie Holmes and Ralph Ineson, this movie raises the standards of contemporary Horror movies with a certain level of intellectual investment in choreography rather than just the visual aspects. I found myself dumbstruck by...

3.0
5