American Psycho II: All American Girl


Action / Horror / Thriller

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Mila Kunis Photo
Mila Kunis as Rachael Newman
William Shatner Photo
William Shatner as Starkman
Lindy Booth Photo
Lindy Booth as Cassandra
Robin Dunne Photo
Robin Dunne as Brian
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812.99 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 1 / 2
1.63 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 0 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thegreenarrow-281842 / 10

Not Good

There is nothing good at all about this movie, its a shame to even call it American Psycho. Why does this movie even exist ? The first one was such a weird strange one of a kind movie, this is just utter trash. The ONLY thing that makes it watchable is mila kunis is just a beautiful as ever. Besides her i would not have even bothered to watch this "movie"

Reviewed by BA_Harrison1 / 10

So bad, it could drive you to kill.

I'm a sucker for sequels to films that should never have had sequels in the first place: I'm well aware that they rarely live up to the original, but I like to check them out anyway just to see quite how bad they can get. Still, I wasn't adequately prepared for the complete travesty that is American Psycho: All American Girl.

With only the most tenuous of links to the Christian Bale movie (adapted from Bret Easton Ellis's controversial novel),American Psycho 2, from Morgan Freeman (NOT the actor),is a laugh-free, gore-free, and nudity-free piece of crap aimed at a teen audience, that never once attempts to push the boundaries, totally eschews the original's biting satire in favour of lame parody, has a dreadful soundtrack (consisting of a throughly annoying comedic score and a selection of crap pop/rock songs—as opposed to the retro-cool 80s hits of the original),and even features an ageing William Shatner (sans girdle) as the object of affection for two very hot teenage girls. Now that's pushing it!

Gorgeous star Mila Kunis is admittedly very easy on the eye, bringing to mind a genetic splice of Katie Holmes and Angelina Jolie, but she's dreadfully miscast as the psycho (for starters, she's way too tiny) and her oh-so-devious character is thoroughly irritating, providing a continuously grating voice-over as she goes about killing the people who might prevent her from achieving her ultimate goal: to become an FBI agent so that she can catch serial killers (oh, how ironic).

If you're a fan of the original film, either avoid this embarrassing follow-up like the plague, or be prepared for a massive disappointment.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

Nancy Drew takes up killing

At the age of 12, Rachael (Mila Kunis) is held captive by Patrick Bateman along with her babysitter. She manages to escape leaving behind a dead Patrick. She doesn't tell anybody and becomes fascinated with psycho killers. Six years later, she's an ace student eagerly attending professor Starkman (William Shatner)'s class. She is pushing to be the new class assistant and on the fast track to the FBI. But the school administrator doesn't let freshmen apply. That's before she was murdered by a hooded killer. Brian (Robin Dunne) is a scheming rich boy with poor grades who is underhandedly pushing for the same job.

Mary Harron is gone. Of course, Christian Bale is nowhere to be seen. That's not all there is to the changes. The tone is all light weight. It feels like Nancy Drew takes up killing. That music just makes everything worst. So one must abandon the original to see this movie for what it is and not what one wants it to be. A serial killing Nancy Drew is not the worst concept. I wish it was done better and without that annoying music. About halfway thru, there is a nice little reveal. It changes the tone temporarily to something better but it changes back. That music and the comical tone just makes this movie feel very cheesy. Even the final reveal which is nice cannot save this.

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