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Gremlins 2: The New Batch


Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, John Glover, Robert Prosky View All


Joe Dante (Director), Chris Columbus (Screenplay), Charles S. Haas (Writer) View All

Release: Jun. 15th, 1990
Runtime: 1 hour, 46 minutes
Young sweethearts Billy and Kate move to the Big Apple, land jobs in a high-tech office park and soon reunite with the friendly and lovable Gizmo. But a series of accidents creates a whole new generation of Gremlins. The situation worsens when the devilish green creatures invade a top-secret laboratory and develop genetically altered powers, making them even harder to destroy!
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Alongside some high concept creations (Bat Gremlin, Spider Gremlin, Electric Gremlin) there's Daffy; the goofy cross-eyed one who is just really silly and childish.
This makes for the ideal environment for the Gremlins to run amok, and their constant attempts to find new ways to cause havoc definitely lead to some incredible moments (with the most infamous example arguably being the moment where they find a way to stop the movie completely...) Fortunately, the effects on display are competent enough to carry out Dante's eclectic vision that opts to skewer the most toxic aspects of yuppie culture just as effectively as he poked vicious fun at small-town tropes in the original film.
The Rodent
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