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Nick Stahl is good as the leading man, a young security guard who has experienced a tragic car accident. The accident kills his fiancee, but he is brought back to life by paramedics. His wealthy father (William Katt) gives him a security job at the Mayflower, a large building that he owns, hoping that he can get back on his feet and put the tragedy behind him. Once he begins working, however, he begins to have visions of a ghost girl in the mirrors of the building's basement, and with the help of the girl's sister (Emmanuel Vaugier), they search for clues as to what happened to her.
The film pulls no punches; it is exactly what you would expect, which is a combination of "Stir Of Echoes" and the first "Mirrors." The film is graphic at times, but does not rack up a huge body count. Christy Romano, the girl from Kim Possible, appears in the film also, and she is....shall we say...all grown up now. All in all, a formulaic but entertaining film, and something about it just draws you in. I found myself engaged until the film's ending. 3.5 stars.
I'll give the movie three stars because of Nick Stahl.
I really liked him in T3 and it's kind of sad to see him wasting his time on movies like this.
I sort of enjoyed the first Mirrors.
So I was curious what they would do with this one.
Well...the FX are decent.
Nick is good.
There are a few decent scares in the beginning.
The music is done well.
The first Mirrors was good but was it good enough to warrant a sequel?
I'll have to say no.
The gore was phony and total over kill.
The senseless nudity which sorry adds nothing to the film.
The story line dissolved into complete rubbish by the end of the movie.
It was watchable but I can see why it didn't make it to theaters.
I'll recommend a rental to anyone who loved the first one or people like me who can't help but watch a train wreck once in a while.
I hope the souls trapped in the mirrors have enough sense to do away with anyone who tries to make a third movie.
Also a puzzling plot hole. One of the potential victims apparently had nothing to do with the revenge plot---so why is the vengeful spirit after him?
Fans of the original may be disappointed but it's decent enough.
Find the victims killer or killers then they can rest in peace until then they will make a bloody mess of anyone involved. The gore was really good and very well done,the shower scene alone was worth the watch.
I love Nick Stahl ,he was convincing in this role given it wasn't the most concrete.
The story was simple but that's ok ,sometimes you don't want to think just watch.
Moral of the story ,never slip a potential Ghost a rufie.
I give it 2 thumbs up.
Great movie, great price.
Eleanor's sister and a security guard at the store she'd worked at investigate her death. Eventually finding that 4 of her coworkers were involved in the events that lead to her death, and each had played a part in covering it up.
Eleanor takes her revenge on all four, one by one. All of her kills are violent and brutal. Two are shown as graphic, bloody, slasher stile kills. The other two build up suspense and then leave the details to the imagination.
Horror Fans will love this.
And, let's face it, the original didn't exactly light Hollywood up either, the best part of that movie being its main character's last minute of horrific self-realization. Anyway, in this low-budget sequel (Producer - "There's less effects, but they're more effective"!), our hero Max (Nick Stahl - 'Terminator 3'), a man already recovering from a traumatic car accident, takes a job as a night security guard at his father's new Mayflower Department Store - now relocated in New Orleans.
Complete with the huge horror mirror from the first movie, once another night guard is bloodied up whilst looking into it, Max himself begins to see visions of a young mysterious woman in the store's mirror. Not quite knowing what is going on, he seeks therapy, swallows pills, but nothing seems to rid him of the nightly visions.
Directed by Spanish filmmaker Victor Garcia ('Return to House on Haunted Hill'), a man who can barely speak English himself, 'Mirrors 2' does have things going for it. It has some very inventive deaths, some really well-created, and usually bloody horror moments, and the always stunning, Emmanuelle Vaugier ('Two & A Half Men'). It was also filmed in a brand new, state of the art New Orleans museum, and the underground tunnel scenes were all filmed on location too!
Personally, I think the grisly slaughters make the movie, but the shower one (as a red-blooded male) is the cherry on the cake re: Christy Carlson Romano (voice of 'Kim Possible') ...Read more ›
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Not a bad movie. The first one was better, as most tend to be.Published 13 days ago by April Morgan
Max Matheson (Nick Stahl) survives a car wreck that claims the life of his fiancee. To help him recover over the tragedy, his father makes him the security guard of the new... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Luquillo
Mirrors 2 is a decent movie but fails to live up to the first Mirrors by a large margin. Despite being a sequel it also has almost nothing to do with the original Mirrors. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas Corton
great movie, more great death scenes then the original and a great story, loved this movie and the cast. recommend this to fans of horrorPublished 4 months ago by chris