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Pregnant Joey (Shu Qi) teeters on the brink of madness after several fruitless suicide attempts. She's the unwilling recipient of an influx of shadowy images that haunt her pervasively. In an attempt to quell this disturbing phenomenon, she looks up with her secretive ex-lover Sam (Tik Jesadaporn Pholdee), who may be able to shed some light upon the mysterious twilight world descending upon Joey. Written by
If this film were not titled "The Eye 2" it might have been more interesting to me. But being tagged as a sequel to a truly creepy film, it had a lot to prove, and fell short on several fronts. The scares were typical 80's style "jolts" (turn, see ghost, loud spike in the score), and no where near as effective as say the "Elevator Scene" in the first film. The plot seemed very... loose. As plot points were separated by non-related and pointless jolting moments. Some of the moments were interesting (like the scene at the bus stop when she bends down to pick up the coin... ) but they didn't relate to the story as a whole, other than that she saw ghosts. The film fails as a sequel, and only mildly works as a non-related story. Skip this one and re-watch the original.
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