The film mines its tale of magic for an imaginative allegory about the excesses of scientific inquiry.
T2 seeks to recreate its forbear’s blend of grime, bliss, rebellion, and cynicism in a more globalized Scotland.
Compared to its predecessor, director Danny Boyle’s T2 Trainspotting is a relatively aimless and sedate experience.
This epic waste of $190 million plunders the grab bag of overused plotlines, failing to put its own stamp on much of anything.
Time has been exceedingly kind to Danny Boyle’s excellent breakthrough film and Lionsgate has done a great job preserving it on Blu-ray.
David Mackenzie uses Mister Foe as an occasion to infuse his smutty purview of modern romantic relations with twee affectation.
A strained farce in which lots of one-dimensional Brits converge at the memorial service for their family’s patriarch and proceed to act like buffoons.
More for fans of Freddy vs. Jason than fans of the original Alien and Predator films.
Of course, the film isn't in the same league as its predecessors.