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At Theaters: 8/28/2009 On Video: 1/12/2010
Rated: R Length: 1 hr. 41 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 539984
Studio: Dimension Films
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Laurie is taken to the hospital where she is treated after the brutal attacks of Michael Meyers. Years later Laurie is still tormented by the nightmares and visions of the supposedly dead Michael. The anniversery of his massacre is approaching and he has returned to Haddenfield to track down and kill Laurie.
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Horror Thriller - This sequel to the 2007 remake is another violent horror film aimed at the young adult male crowd. The bloodshed and gore make this one not for children nor the squeamish.

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Cast and Crew Heading
Tyler Mane HALLOWEEN
Malcolm McDowell DELGO, BOLT, DOOMSDAY, HALLOWEEN
Brad Dourif BRIDE OF CHUCKY, SENSELESS
Scout Taylor Compton HALLOWEEN
Sheri Moon Zombie HALLOWEEN, THE DEVIL'S REJECTS
Danielle Harris HALLOWEEN
Wri/Dir: Rob Zombie HALLOWEEN, THE DEVIL'S REJECTS
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Not provided by studio.
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Content Heading
PROFANITY: Well over 30 F-words, 11 S-words; 5 GD's; many others.
SEX/NUDITY: Sex and related nudity.
VIOLENCE: Bloody killings.
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Tobacco and alcohol, including by teens.
ACTION: Chases and fights.
COMEDY: Some dark humor.
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Based on an Exit Polling of 38 Moviegoers

Ages Age Group
How
Many
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
*
Would
Recommend
Movie To Friends
13-19Teens (M)
6
Very High
100%
13-19Teens (F)
9
Very High
89%
20-29Yg Adults (M)
7
Very High
71%
20-29Yg Adults (F)
7
Fairly High
71%
30+Adults (M)
5
High
100%
30+Adults (F)
4
Low
50%
*Possible Ratings: Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.

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OPINION OVERVIEW
The following is the original "What's Worth Watching" write-up for this movie.

Moviegoer Opinions:

Based on a theater exit polling of 38 moviegoers:
TEENS:
Both the males and females enjoyed "Halloween II" very much. Just a few were somewhat disappointed.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: Three-quarters of the males and females LOVED "HALLOWEEN II," rating it very high. Unfortunately, the remaining quarter were diswappointed, but that's very typical for horror movies.
ADULTS: Three of the five males loved it very much. The four females didn't care for it.


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A small business owner employs an odd cast of losers, loners and misfits in his flavor extract factory. To the outside eye, Joel Reynold (Jason Bateman) seems to have everything. After all, being the owner of a business he built from the ground up - with its patented brand of culinary extracts - should make the "Extract King” a happy man.

However, if Joel hasn't reached his front door by 8 o'clock, he'll find his wife, Suzie (Kristen Wiig) cinching up her sweatpants – and about as interested in him as he is in her mastery of supermarket coupon design. Sexually frustrated, Joel confides in his best pal, Dean (Ben Affleck), a barkeep – and soon finds himself wrapped up in a convoluted scheme to make Suzie cheat on him first with a dim-witted gigolo (Dustin Milligan) – thereby allowing him to pursue beautiful new employee Cindy (Mila Kunis) with a clear conscience. Unbeknownst to Joel, the object of his affections is a con artist/sociopath - just one step away from having her parole revoked.

Meanwhile, Joel and his second-in-command, Brian (J.K. Simmons) have entered negotiations for a buyout of Reynold Extracts by General Mills. All they need to do is keep things tidy, quiet and moving while waiting for the final offer. Of course, this fails to take into account the employees on the factory floor: Step (Clifton Collins, Jr.), a machismo-ridden doofus and self-proclaimed "fastest sorter” with lofty aspirations of rising to Floor Manager; Rory (T.J. Miller), a goth-rock geek who spends more time passing out flyers for his band than shuffling extract bottles; and Mary (Beth Grant), a fanny-packed, bitter slouch at the end of the assembly line who'd rather fold her arms and shake her head than keep life at Reynold moving along – which is exactly what she's doing when a bottleneck occurs on the line, resulting in a chain of accidents that cost poor Step a portion of his manhood.

Seeing a big payday, the con-artist temp woos the otherwise-loyal Step, convincing him to sue for millions, engaging bus bench lawyer Joe Adler (KISS's Gene Simmons) to "fight for his rights” – regardless of the fact that doing so will cost Joel the factory.

With his dry wit and remarkable ear for character and dialogue, Mike Judge brings his trademark "flavor” to these seemingly disparate threads, tying them together into an antic comedy about life in the middle.

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