Movie Review Goosebumps 2


However, unfortunately, due to busy working on the live-action Detective Pikachu film, Rob Letterman cannot return as director in this second film. His position was replaced by Ari Sandel.

In addition to the director, the title of the Goosebumps 2 film also changed. After undergoing two changes, first HorrorLand and then Slappy’s Revenge, the sequel to the Goosebumps film was finally subtitled Haunted Halloween.

As the title suggests, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween tells the story of two boys who, by accident, “release” the demon doll Slappy the Dummy and evil monsters from RL Stine’s book manuscript. These supernatural creatures then cause chaos in their small town. Right on Halloween night.

In the trailer and promo clip for Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween which was released some time ago, it appears that the Slappy doll is “awakening” various monsters that will become his subordinates. These include: Werewolf, Abominable Snowman, Lawn Gnomes, and other imitations. He wanted to create the Halloween Apocalypse. In the small town of Wardenclyffe.

Another interesting thing, Jack Black, who returns as RL Stine, also voices the doll Slappy in the movie Goosebumps 2: Haunted this Halloween. He worked hand in hand with the local boys, and Mr. Chu (Ken Jeong), to return the monsters to his book. Before Halloween night is over.

Btw, autumn, before Halloween, is indeed the moment for horror films in Hollywood. However, even so, director Ari Sandel tried to package Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween into an adventure film. By targeting a youth audience.

But, unfortunately, according to critics, the story of Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween that Ari Sandel presents is too safe. Irregular. Undercooked. And less bite. In addition, the characters are also static. Do not develop. Not to mention the monsters. Which doesn’t leave a strong impression.

In the end, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween is more suitable for children to watch. Or by adults who want to enjoy horror films without being terrorized by fear after watching them. Because, in truth, this 90-minute film is not a horror film, but a comedy film.

History records. And the whole world recognizes: Neil Armstrong was the first man. Who managed to set foot on the Moon. In 1969. However, not many know how the twists and turns of his struggle in achieving this rare achievement. The true story of the struggle of the legendary astronaut that was appointed in the film First Man. Which airs in Indonesian cinemas starting this Wednesday (10/10).

The screenplay for the First Man film is adapted from the book First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong. By James R. Hansen. As the title suggests, the main focus in this 141 minute film is the life of Neil Armstrong. To be precise, from 1961 to 1969.

In the 1960s, NASA’s (United States Space Agency) mission to land the first humans on the Moon, it turned out, required a lot of sacrifices. Because, the mission is the most dangerous mission. And at the same time the rarest. Throughout human history. This First Man film presents the tension experienced by Neil Armstrong. To be precise, before and during the space shuttle Apollo 11. The one that took him to the Moon.