Brahms: The Boy II Movie Review

2.5 / 5.0

Brahms The Boy II is directed by William Brent Bell. The movie has the star cast of Katie Holmes, Owain Yeoman, Ralph Ineson and Natalia Moon. The film is produced by Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Eric Reid and Richard S Wright. The film is a sequel to The Boy, which released in 2016.

Plot

Sean, Liza and their son Jude moved to the Heelshire Mansion. Jude finds a life-like doll Brahms and he becomes friends with him. Soon, his parents find something fishy in the behavior of their son. What happened to Jude? What is wrong with the doll Brahms? Watch the movie to know the rest.

Star Performance

Katie Holmes performed flawlessly as the caring mother of a boy who is troubled. Christopher Convery had also performed well. Ralph Ineson and Owain Yeoman had also done an excellent job.

Analysis

The movie created a huge expectation. But, did it satisfy the audience? The stars are perfect in their performances. But, the screenplay is not much impressive. As there are a lot of loopholes in the movie, it made the audience lose their interest in the film. It is the performance of the stars that keep them engaged. Similarly, the cinematography is excellent and the production designs are also neat for a horror movie. If the plot had been developed better, then, it would have taken the movie to the next level.

What's There?

  • Performance of the stars is impressive
  • Cinematography and production design are good

What's Not There?

  • The plot should have been developed well
  • The climax is not impressive

Verdict

Although the movie has a remarkable performance of the stars, the underdeveloped plot makes the audience give some negative remarks. However, it could be watched once!

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