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Short overview of the movie

In June 1990, the screens out the new film «Gremlins 2: The New Batch», created by the great director Joe Dante, which is famous for films such as «Gremlins», «Innerspace». The screenwriter of the picture was the great Chris Columbus, who is also known for the films «Gremlins», «The Goonies»

The film «Gremlins 2: The New Batch» was filmed by Amblin Entertainment allocating $50 million to the budget, which announced the release of such films as «Back to the Future Part III», «Arachnophobia» in the same year.

The main actors were Zach Galligan as Billy Peltzer, 1964 year of birth, the success of which brought the role in Gremlins, and Phoebe Cates as Kate Beringer, 1963 year of birth, whose best film was Gremlins

Brief storyline: 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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Duration: 1 minutes 27 seconds
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Quinn Yeomans:
This movie was terrible but I still liked it lmao
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Key and Peele did not bring me here.
stop eating animals:
Shut up with your key and peele brought me here, bunch of fags.
In my opinion, the first Gremlins knocked it out of the park. Just the right tone, great atmosphere, good writing. This one...I wouldn't say it was outright bad for the type of movie it was, but it was just...too much. The Gremlins don't need to mutate into other real creatures...they're freaking gremlins. Some of the gremlins were just too goofy and over the top. I'm glad Chris Columbus is coming back for the third one, but now they'll probably use CGI crap, which actually can't compare to the puppets.
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This movie kicks ass :)
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