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American Psycho 2 [DVD]


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  • Actors: Mila Kunis, William Shatner, Geraint Wyn Davies, Robin Dunne, Lindy Booth
  • Directors: Morgan J. Freeman
  • Writers: Alex Sanger, Karen Craig
  • Producers: Chris Hanley, Christian Halsey Solomon, Ernie Barbarash, Michael Paseornek, Richard Hull
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Eiv
  • DVD Release Date: 22 April 2002
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005UWP4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,316 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Hot on the heels of Patrick Bateman comes Rachelle Newman, the all-American girl who will do anything to get ahead. Rachelle is a student in college and is keen to earn the role of assistant to Professor Robert Strickland; in fact, she is so keen that she begins disposing of the opposition in a manner which would make Patrick proud. This sequel to the film adaptation of the controversial novel stars Mila Kunis as Rachelle and the mighty William Shatner as Professor Strickland.

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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Kunde on 6 Sep 2002
Format: DVD
This movie really made me angry:
It is a cheap "direct to video"-production with bad actors, a very weak script, low budget, bad directing and no good ideas at all!
The story about a girl, who kills Patrick Bateman, later goes to collage and wants to become an FBI-agent with the help of an ex-profiler (and now collage-professor), but has to kill off all who stand in her way, ist plain stupid!
Even if you let it stand alone, it is a bad film, but compared to the superb original, this one can't stand a comparison for a second! It made me angry to see that the filmmakers didn't even care about what the ending of the original was about...
"American Psycho" was a great satire about the eighties, Christian Bale was perfect in his role, and the entire movie had style - all this isn't to be found in the sequel.
Avoid at all costs (unless you want to see William Shatner at the end of his career, or are going to filmschool and want to look at an example how not (!) to make sequel or a movie in general...)!!!
Do I sound too negative? Believe me: After watching this picture, you'll understand (so better don't)...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rob Rave on 8 Aug 2011
Format: DVD
A very poor sequel that didn't do any justice to the original... more like a comedy, and even that did not work.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. C. Clubb VINE VOICE on 19 Jun 2002
Format: DVD
Sadly, the clever adaptation of the original "American Psycho" seems lost on the makers of this very inferior sequel. Whereas the first film was a clever satire on the 1980's "me" generation yuppies, American Psycho 2 is a dry but clumsy slasher horror-cum-black comedy.
The twist of the first film is completely ignored in favour of going for the film's lowest common denominator. We have seen this happen far to often in sci fi and horror catagories as producers rush to milk their product for all its worth.
This time we have a female "American Psycho", who wipes out her competition at college in order fufill her planned out career aspirations. In an effort to give the film some creditability, there is some badly researched information on the crimes and psychological behaviour of serial killers. The film makers don't seem to have a clue what a serial killer is. William Shatner is also brought in to try and save the film as the FBI lecturer on serial killers, but he appears to care as little for the film as we do and consequently sleepwalks through his role.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. C. Clubb VINE VOICE on 2 July 2002
Format: DVD
Sadly American Psycho 2 is yet another example of a good idea being milked for all its worth. Wheras the original was a clever satire on the 1980's "Me" generation, its sequel descends into a straight slasher movie with a pale suggestion of black humour. The writer of this film clearly didn't understand the ending of the first one and merely wanted to cash in. Worse still the film tries to achieve some credibility with information on serial killers. This is badly researched and only added to my annoyance.
William Shatner is the most memorable of the actors in the moive, but you kind of feel sorry for him as he slumbers through the role of the FBI trained professor, which a lot of the plot revolves around.
The "American Psycho" is a girl this time, killing off all her competition through college so that she can obtain her career goal in the FBI. We see her as emotionless and quite flawless, lacking both the charm and sophistication of Hannibal Lecter and the amusing faults of Patrick Bateman from the original film.
In conclusion "American Psycho 2" earns its place in movie history alongside many other sequels from genre-breaking films. Hopefully few people will let this film tarnish the excellence of its predecessor.
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By Teri on 27 Aug 2008
Format: DVD
I'm not a big fan of sequals..they never live up to the original, and im afraid this one was just like all the rest...dissapointing
However, I do like Mila as an actress and i love her sweet and innocent on the outside charcater and the inner strong driven, deterrmind and evilness that lashes out when she needs to get her own way.
The plot could have been better but the slow script and some of the characters (Shatners for example) could have had more depth and development.
I would at least rent it and give it a watch if you cant't find anything else
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By Rusty on 30 July 2014
Format: DVD
ANGRIER...DEADLIER...SEXIER...WHATEVER. This film is so bad,i can't begin to tell.This should never have been produced.what the director and writers were looking to achieve from this only god knows.This heap of steaming trash should not even bare the name of its great predecessor.I'd like to write about an obscure good point of this feature,but...there simply aint one.
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The first American Psycho film is an interesting yet flawed attempt to bring Bret Easton Ellis's source text to the big screen, but this sequel completely abandons any pretence of high-concept depravity and contents itself with being one of the most generic slashers ever committed straight to DVD. This is a film for people who find the average episode of Scooby Doo a bit too cerebral. And yet despite its facepalm-inducing dumbness, it's actually not too bad.

Rachael (Mila Kunis) is a wannabe serial killer who studies serial killing at the local institute of serial killer studies, and her professor - the world expert in serial killers - is William Shatner. This set-up is somehow the most believable part of the whole film. I won't go into details (there aren't any) suffice to say that if you like early 80s slashers where the acting, plot, and script are so bad that you can't help laughing, then you will probably enjoy American Psycho 2. So many things happen on a "how can they expect anyone to buy this?" scale, that it's not even worth singling one part of the film or any one line of dialogue out, but it was entertaining to watch the thing unfold - badly. 3 1/2 stars
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