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Cruel Intentions 2

Robin Dunne , Sarah Thompson , Roger Kumble    DVD
2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
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There's a reason you haven't heard of this straight-to-video "sequel" to the seamy teen romp that had Ryan Phillippe baring his polished behind: it's twice as bad as the first one and is only worth a look to see just how embarrassingly buttless it can get. Writer-director Roger Kumble's original was no classic, Lord knows, but at least the game, nubile cast knew how to smack its lips--his follow-up (which, in tamer form, was to be the pilot for a proposed series called Manchester Prep) can't even pout properly. Phillippe's Sebastian character (here played by a bland, doughy Robin Dunne) is carted back out to be reintroduced to scheming stepsister Kathryn, enacted by a woefully unsexy Amy Adams (Sarah Michelle Gellar played Sebastian's ripe cousin in the first film). The two don't hit it off, and Sebastian--far more sentimental than his big-screen counterpart--immediately decides he's all for love, in the form of pristine deb Danielle (Sarah Thompson). It all amounts to a ponderously cartoonish nothing, including a twist ending that renders everything proceeding it completely incomprehensible. Kumble has the film spouting homilies on love and self-esteem, then randomly throws in bare breasts; it's like a horny Saved by the Bell, without the kick or pacing of good camp. --Steve Wiecking

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1.0 out of 5 stars Deserves only the best accolades July 1 2004
Format:DVD
Sarcasm is not something I deal in. No I never joke around or kid... no sir! What I'm saying is that though you may doubt that with all the hokey actors and the shoody script and... who am I kidding? This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen, it is almost worst than the Hot Chick. Wow, I didn't know people could be so dumb. How do they come up with movies like this? Who needs this? This is high school dramatics put into movie form and the little shower scene is just that incticing little carrot on a string that lures young frat boys and high school sophmores into renting this. I'm actually disgusted by this piece of garbage. How on God's green Earth can we be humans capable of producing some of the worst art and entertainment ever? As a human race we should be horribly ashamed that the thought of making this movie was even concived let alone that this movie was created. Somebody kill me, if I have to see another movie like this it will be the last movie I ever see I'll go and find an abandon forest and live my life as a hermit never to see a television commercial or worthless pile of excrement that is passed off as a movie. I curse this whole planet for putting me through such excruciating stupidity every day of my life. Through god awful reality tv shows to insipid commercials, media is the bane of my life. And don't even get me started on commercial radio, MTV and so-called youth culture (that consist of Quioxite politcal dreams and mall going, gag me!).
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2.0 out of 5 stars This was just lame..... June 1 2004
Format:DVD
This movie ends with so many loose ends, it might as well be a plate of spaghetti. The 'surprise' ending with the threesome, and then the limo sex with the ritx ditz was just unbearable. COuld any girl be as naive as the $850 million dollar freshman? She hiccups, launches gum across a room, drinks two Long Island ice teas, then throws up at the thought of a boys tongue in her mouth.
I remember the girl who played Kathryn from 'Drop Dead Gorgeous', though she can act, her carrer is not gathering much steam. She plays her part well and it's nice to see bad guys (or girls) win once in awhile, but this movie left me with a feeling of 'who cares'?
The only real chuckle I got was the facalty member who won't help Kathryn, but is more than willing to help the boy coming up behind her. That and the poker game with the servants and the after math.
"Why don't we get to know each other."
"Do we have too?"
All in all this movie was rented and quickly returned. I had to write this review now because in a couple days this meaningless movie will be completely forgotten.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Why make a sequel and then call it a prequel? April 22 2004
By Meesha
Format:DVD
What was the point in this movie? And what's the point in bringing out a third one?! (Yes there's a third one coming out this summer!) We don't need to know how Sebastian became what he was in the first one. (Confused yet?) The first one explains perfectly well, and this was basically just to cash in. It was actually a TV series to begin with, but Fox cancelled it after seeing Cherie being a naughty girl on a horse. There was really no point in releasing it on DVD, making stupid people like me thinking were getting something good out of it. And it even uses some of the same lines as the first one! "Massage the tongue" sound familiar to anyone?! The whole kissing scene between Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair in the first one. A couple of the lines are repeated from the first, and for no apparent reason, two girls are shown in the shower topless. Just to "entice" Sebastian. Just an excuse for guys to see it obviously.
Don't buy this. Stay safe watching the first one, with none of the Z-list stars in this one. And whatever you do, don't buy the third one!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Beauty is a Beast July 31 2003
Format:DVD
Troubled boy, Sebastian, plays troublesome pranks that end with more finality than he seemingly bargained for; placing him in "hot" water while making this reviewer laugh. Troubled boy then goes to stay with father who is living with rich wife and the focla point; rich daughter, Kathryn, who has it and accordingly is it "all." Head of the class in popularity, dancing the ditches of demise in seething, she seems bent on making or breaking anyone she chooses.
And that seems fine to troubled boy at first, because the new life, it seems like the promise land. Herein, troubled boy is smart enough to try and begin anew, placing everything that he has done on the blank slate called "bribery" and forging himself a new "he." The only "snag" with that is the fact that he thinks that he and Kathryn should find out who is the master of the house. He thinks he should teach her a lesson that she perhaps knows, one on domination, and thus a duel begins.
And the game, o the game, that's what its all about.
While I can agree with the critics in some ways and say that this movie wasn't original and that it wasn't like the first Cruel Intentions, I do disagree with them regarding how the movie was played out. The reason I say that is because the punchline to the build of everything, the breaking of the shell that was once called dignity in the playground of souls, it is done well.
Cruelty, that is the name of the game and, honestly, these people know how to play.
From the very beginning, the viewer is thrust into a world where things aren't exactly as they seem. Multiple players are playing games on multiple levels, some not really knowing they are players in the process at all, and nothing is sacred.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cruel intentions 2
I love this movie I love how that old saying comes into play with this movie "what goes around comes around". A must own in your dvd collection.
Published 8 months ago by BabyGirl
5.0 out of 5 stars Seduce And Destroy
it was great!!
and the ending totally through me off track.
buy it rent it whatever.
Published on Aug. 25 2004 by "ginger-fitz"
2.0 out of 5 stars Hey, didn't I just see this???
Three words: What the f*ck?
I watched this movie with my friends in order, and when this one was put on I asked them "Haven't we just seen this"? Read more
Published on July 8 2004 by Liz
5.0 out of 5 stars Do I Even Have To Say Anything!
GREAT STORY! WHAT A SEQUEL. GREAT ACTING. GREAT WRITING. A MUST HAVE MOVIE.
Published on June 29 2004 by Nick Rocco
4.0 out of 5 stars three words: the shower scene!
This movie is a guilty pleasure in every sense of the word. It's certainly not a great movie by any standard (but the original movie wasn't exactly a classic either). Read more
Published on June 18 2004
1.0 out of 5 stars ...
ok a sequal was expected...not wanted, needed, called for, or even good...but we got one non the less...
ok, a question? Read more
Published on May 31 2004 by Patrick
1.0 out of 5 stars song title
does anyone know what the name of the song is that is played at the begining when sebastian is in the cab?
Published on March 23 2004
3.0 out of 5 stars It's not a sequel or a remake!
Some people who watched both movies are complaining about why a second movie with the same script was made. Read more
Published on March 2 2004 by Hakan Haktanir
1.0 out of 5 stars Wot eva
The first movie was a legend but this one is a joke! what the hell was the writer thinking??? duh these characters are not sexy at all they are merely pathetic. Read more
Published on Feb. 16 2004 by Stephen Crowe
1.0 out of 5 stars Leftovers are up
Well the last one worked... hmm. Damn, we didn't make room for a sequel. Well let's just put in new actors (which aren't as good as the origonal stars) and give them the same... Read more
Published on Jan. 29 2004 by Erik
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