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Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994)

R | | Horror | 25 May 1994 (USA)
A mysterious mirror is found hidden in a church orphanage, yet few realize its legacy of evil. When an innocent teen discovers that she is being stalked by her evil stepsister, the mirror's... See full summary »

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Nicolette
Pamela Perfili ...
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A mysterious mirror is found hidden in a church orphanage, yet few realize its legacy of evil. When an innocent teen discovers that she is being stalked by her evil stepsister, the mirror's demonic power is again unleashed. As the mirror gains strength from the blood of the damned, the ultimate battle between good and evil begins. Written by The Voyeur

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Veronica Cartwright could only wear contact lenses in her eyes for thirty minutes at a time for her role as the blind Sister Aja. See more »

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Marlee: Does God hate me? Am I cursed?
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Followed by Mirror, Mirror IV: Reflection (2000) See more »

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THE REDS
Written by Norman B. Napier, Marvin R. Pierce, Gregory A. Webster, Andrew Noland, Ralph Middlebrooks, Leroy 'Sugarfoot' Bonner (as Leroy Bonner), Marshall E. Jones and Walter Morrison
Bridgeport Music Inc. (BMI)
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Brilliant camera work and cinematography
21 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

Most films are only as good as the screenplay or adaptation from where they originate. Although the cast of this film is experienced, with most receiving an award of some kind in their careers, one would never know that from the performances of this lot! There is one exception however, young Ms. Tracy Wells does indeed show that she has developed beyond the childhood actress she was at one time.

Moreover, Tracy is able to really show off her skills in some rather compromising scenes. She is wonderful in a seduction scene where, while being possessed, she is able to (convincingly) go through a sequence of erotic dreams. And again, and even more prominent, she is able to showcase her dancing talent, relentlessly, that earned her high praises as well as the Pepsi gig with Michael "Jacko" Jackson. In fact, the high point of this film is the breathtaking camera work that moves with Tracy from one side of the room to the other. The dance sequence alone rushed this critic enough to sit through an otherwise butt-numbing movie.


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