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Halloween H20: 20 Years Later [Blu-ray]

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  • Language: English, Castilian
  • Subtitles: English, Castilian
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FR81N6U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 65,655 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Laurie Strode, now the dean of a Northern California private school with an assumed name, must battle the Shape one last time and now the life of her own son hangs in the balance.

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It's 20 years since Michael Myers Haddonfield, and in particular Laurie Srode, his sister. Laurie faked her death and is now a divorced mom with a teenage son. Michael is on his way to finish the job he couldn't finish two decades ago.

A true and honest Halloween/Michael Myers film this one, there's the distinct feeling that the people behind the series wanted to show that they remember what made the series popular in the first place. It's still the stalk and slash formula of course, but Jamie Lee Curtis returns and her character is nicely written. She's obviously still haunted by events passed and needs a stiff few drinks from time to time to keep the edge off. Yet she's in charge of a private school and is a stern but adoring mother to her son (Josh Hartnett). And she has a boyfriend (Adam Arkin) who cares for her.

The first half of film sets up Laurie's new world, while we jump back and forth observing Michael on his journey to final destination. Once the second half revs up, it's the scare time as Laurie's son and his friends come under great peril, which we know will lead to a final confrontation with Laurie. The kills strike hard, the suspense is ramped up, and then it's a frenetic action based finale capped off by a coup de grace of some distinction. All in all it's just a very good and proper Halloween/Myers movie. It didn't reinvent anything, it just turned the wheel full circle and arrived at a fitting closure. 7/10
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Watch Halloween & Halloween 2 first. Halloween's 3 through 6 become completely irrelevant after this film. In my opinion, the real film series should only be 4 movies long (including Ressurection) because they are the only ones that link. 4,5 & 6 link but they have no relevance in the saga. H2O buries those movies.
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After pt 6... This is a positive installment to the series. Bringing back elements of the original with a modern (well late 90's) spin. No it' not going to be a horror classic but it is a great hour and a half popcorn movie.
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THE MOVIE

After the truly terrible HALLOWEEN V - THE REVENGE OF MICHAEL MYERS and HALLOWEEN 6 - THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS the Halloween curse continued with Part 7, HALLOWEEN H20. While Halloween 1 - 4 were rather tame in the violence section, compared to other slasher films, HALLOWEEN 5 and 6 raised the bar. Other than that these two didn't have much else to offer.
HALLOWEEN H20 goes back to the roots. Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strode for the first time since HALLOWEEN 2, while Donald Pleasence, who played Myers' nemesis Dr. Loomis in Parts 1-6 unfortunately couldn't make a return, since Pleasence died in 1995. This is quite bad, as I considered Pleasence a vital part of the Halloween franchise.
Besides Curtis, the acting ranges from good (Jodi Lyn O'Keef and Josh Hartnett in his debut) to horrible (LL Cool J - sorry this guy is NOT an actor! - and Michelle Williams).
Descent directing by Steve Miner, who also directed FRIDAY THE 13TH 2 and 3 and WARLOCK.
Written by Robert Zappia, who wisely scrapped the mysterious cult introduced in HALLOWEEN 5 - as a matter of fact H20 completely ignores Halloween 3 - 7- wrote a descent script without adding anything new to the franchise or the genre.
I said it before, personally I don't care for the Myers character, Myers does not deserve the cult status he's received. The original idea that Carpenter had after H2, to make a Halloween movie every year with a different Halloween related story but without Myers would have been the proper path, unfortunately HALLOWEEN 3 was a rather poor movie overall and didn't do well at the box office.
HALLOWEEN H20 is not the worst part of the series, but it still remains an unnecessary sequel to a series that should have ended with HALLOWEEN II.
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Back for one last one of slashing and screaming, Jamie Lee Curtis is back taking on her infamous brother Michael Myers - this time she has a son ( Josh Harnett) and the action is set at an American boarding school - genuinely thrilling with a host of famous faces - a fitting conclusion to the 'Halloween' saga ! 5* great entertainment !
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michael myers meets hes end in h20 to me this is the finel film in the series forget the other spin offs just watch the jamie lee curtis halloweens 1 2 and h20 and if you want more cheek out the remake which i thought was well made.
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Nowhere near as good as Carpenter's film, but worth it all the same. Efficient direction, cheeky in-jokes (Curtis' mother, Janet Leigh cameoes in a motherly role) and Curtis of course lights up the screen. This is the best of the sequels. And just think; it only took them six films to reach it...
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Now a drunk suffering from PTSD. Laurie Strode once again comes face to face with her brother, Michael. How he manages to track her down after having both eyes shot out, we'll never know. But he does. Just as in Freddy Vs Jason, the highlight of this movie is the showdown between Laurie and Michael. H20 attempts to finally bring real closure to the series, which it does so in a very successful and satisfactory way. Which was then totally ruined with the release of Resurrection.
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