"Strange Fruit" had everything that makes a legendary rockband: Money, Fame, Success, Groupies, a Singer who died of drugs and even a divine ending, when lightning struck the stage during ...... (Full plot summary below)
"Strange Fruit" had everything that makes a legendary rockband: Money, Fame, Success, Groupies, a Singer who died of drugs and even a divine ending, when lightning struck the stage during ...
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Variety - 6/10 by Leonard KladyPurists will find the pic's obviousness disappointing, but there's no question that the film delivers a sufficient shock quotient to satisfy its youthful target audience.
Film Journal International - 5/10 by Ed KelleherA lively, deadpan comedy that celebrates the joy, the heartbreak and the absurdity of the rock 'n' roll life.
Entertainment Weekly - 5/10 by Owen GleibermanLacks even the good, guilty setup of "I Know What You Did Last Summer" -- the sense that the heroes are fleeing the consequences of their own crime.
Los Angeles Times - 4/10 by Kevin ThomasA fairly silly and ultra-gory schlocker/shocker.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 4/10 by Liam LaceyA lazy, hasty effort that offers little beyond a few jack-in-the-box startles and a high body count, including Hewitt's bouncing about in a shirt half-unbuttoned over a bikini top.
Film Threat - 3/10 by Ron WellsIt lacks humor. Unlike "Scream", this film is more of a horror-drama, with everybody taking themselves way too seriously.
ReelViews - 3/10 by James BerardinelliIf there's a blessing, it's that the sequel isn't appreciably worse than the original - but that's slim praise considering how bad the first one was.
New York Daily News - 3/10 by David KehrAssembles the building blocks of idiot-proof slasher movies: Stings, Snicker-Snacks, false alarms and point-of-view baits-and-switches.
Washington Post - 3/10 by Stephen HunterMore in the dumb and dumber tradition of "Halloween" and "Friday the 13th" sequels.
The A.V. Club - 3/10 by Nathan RabinThere's gore aplenty here, but precious little suspense or terror.