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(5307) 4.5 86 min 2020

Brahms: The Boy II is a movie starring Katie Holmes, Owain Yeoman, and Christopher Convery. After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms.

Starring
Owain Yeoman, Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson, Christopher Convery
Genres
Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director
William Brent Bell

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director William Brent Bell
Writer Stacey Menear
Stars Owain Yeoman, Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson, Christopher Convery
Country USA
Also Known As Brahms: Boy 2, Setono vaikas 2, Дечак 2, Ha'Yeled 2, Brahms: Boneco do Mal II, The Boy: Bramhs' Curse, The Boy: La maldición de Brahms, The Boy: la malédiction de Brahms, The Boy - La maledizione di Brahms, Brahms: Le garçon II, 託陰2:布拉姆回來了, The Boy 2, Lanetli Çocuk 2, Cậu Bé Ma II, The Boy - A Maldição de Brahms, Brahms: El niño II
Runtime 1H 26M
Description After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms.

Top reviews

Friday, 21 Aug 2020 03:33

Brahms is back, but this time with a completely different perspective, and I was not disappointed. The movie opens with a documentary on the killer of Dr. Halsey, a respected doctor in the Army. The doctor, who was in a helicopter with his entire family and his wife, died in a fiery crash in New Mexico. The coroner found the causes of death were "unknown" and left a note that stated "The reason why the investigation is incomplete is because the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, Dr. Abraham G. Lowe, has not been assigned a post mortem investigation of the cause of death." This director has a lot of interesting things to say about the new methods in forensic psychology, and the effects of past traumatic experiences on today's law enforcement. He also suggests that the military may be more willing to use police officers as informants. And he comments on the recent trend of keeping dogs and other non-violent animals in prisons. It is not just the new methods of forensic psychology that interest Dr. Lowe, but also the strange and unearthly nature of the murders. A single bullet from a single handgun can kill someone, but the bullets of the guns used in the murders were fired from different calibers. The police are being told that the bullets used in the killings were loaded in the gun from the other calibers. The movie, "The Boy II", is loosely based on the 1974 book by the same name by psychologist Robert C. Lowe. There are some great interviews in the movie, including from Dr. Lowe himself, from the filmmakers, and even from the real Dr. Halsey. The director and actor, Philip Kaufman, also gives an excellent performance as Dr. Halsey. I found that the movie was better than the book, and it had some of the elements of a thriller, such as the suspenseful opening. I did not find the movie too suspenseful, but it was certainly not boring. The movie ends on a somewhat suspenseful note, but it does not end the way you expect. It ended on a slightly weird note, and did not end the way you would expect. If you are a fan of the book, then this movie is worth seeing.
Tuesday, 04 Aug 2020 00:10

Now, before I go on to my description of this film, I must warn that I have very little knowledge of the true story. So, I am going to review this film like I would any other of Bollywood's horror/thriller films, with the caveat that I haven't seen any Bollywood films, and have never been to a Bollywood festival. So, the reviews will be very broad. I'm going to review this film in two parts, but I'll be brief. The first review will focus on the directing, cinematography, acting, and story. The second review will focus on the Bollywood-influenced subplot. This review is going to be a little spoiler-ridden, but it will be enough to keep you from going to see this movie if you don't want to know too much about the story, or if you're just looking for some random horror flick. So, I'll be taking a few sentences, from each film, and showing you the story, from the perspective of the characters, and showing you how the story works, from the perspective of the director. So, we begin with the story. In the 1970s, in rural India, a young man named Bala (Nithin Srinivasa Reddy) is abducted by a mysterious man, who calls himself Shatrughan Sinha. When he is released, he finds out that Shatrughan Sinha has abducted his daughter, and that his daughter has been taken to the city. Bala decides to take the train to the city, in order to find out who he can trust. He finds out that his daughter has been kidnapped by a gang of corrupt politicians, and that the gang has kidnapped a scientist, who is trying to find a cure for a disease that causes the victims to turn into one of the gang's victims. So, Bala has to find out who the scientists are, and who they are trying to kidnap. After he finds out who they are, he has to go find them, and then he has to go find the scientist, and then he has to find the cure. This is really the story. There are a couple of minor things that you need to know. First of all, the train that Bala and his daughter travel on, is a locomotive, and not a train. There is one train, and it's the locomotive that's on the train that Bala and his daughter travel on. Also, it's never said, how the train was built. That is, it's never said, where it's built. It's never even mentioned. It's never said, what kind of train it is. It's never said, that it's a locomotive, it's never even mentioned. So, I'll just say that the train is a locomotive, and it's never said, how it was built. There is one scene that is different.


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