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Butterfly Effect 2: Less Kutcher, More Leonetti?

Old 10-10-06, 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by DonnachaOne
Never thought I'd see the day DVDTalk posters would fret over a DTV sequel to a silly Ashton Kutcher flick.
Never though I'd see the day that Ashton Kutcher would be in a movie worth watching. That happened too.
Old 10-10-06, 06:03 PM
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Well I guess I've seen worse, at least it was only $12 @ my local Wal-Mart

As the box states Eric Lively from American Pie I was wondering who the hell was he? And IMDB points out he was the guy who was warming up to Bumble Bee. Ok.

Immediately it doesn't have the emotion of the 1st one. Seems like the main character is more concerned with advancing his job and getting paid, where Ashton's character was really trying to help.

There is a small nod to the first film, as he researches his "abilities" Then it tried abruptly for a morbid ending similar to the originals directors cut, and shamelessly sets up #3

And those 2 sex scenes, and nothing shown. Shame.

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