Friday, September 29, 2023

The Nun 2 Review: Weak attempt to capitalize on a successful franchise, viewers are fooled in the name of horror – Michael Chave’s horror film The Nun 2 Review in Hindi. Movie hit or flop

The sequel to the 2018 film The Nun, The Nun 2, opens in theaters today. The story of this film begins where the story of The Nun ended. The only difference is that The Nun was directed by Corinne Hardy and this time on the shoulders of Michael Chaves, who previously directed The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and The Curse of La Llorona has . The Nun 2 is an attempt to capitalize on a successful franchise. But when you see this movie, you don’t feel like you’re watching the franchise of a successful movie.

The story of the film The Nun 2 begins in Romania, four years after the events of the first film, in 1956. To tie the film’s story to the first part, it is shown that Maurice (Jonas Bloquet) was killed by a demonic Power, Nun Valak (Bonnie Aarons), is obsessed. Through Maurice, she kills people to find the McGuffin. Sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) and Sister Debra (Storm Reid) are sent to a boarding school in France to investigate the matter. Where they meet Valak. Both are in search of the relic of Saint Lucy’s eyes. This relic gives Irene and Valak unbeatable powers. The story of the entire movie ends in the boarding school itself. The story of the movie ends on a twist like watching a plain 90’s Hindi cinema horror movie.

It can be said that The Nun 2 is a horror film that will make the audience’s soul tremble after watching it, but there was no such moment in the whole film that scared the audience. The story of the film was also very confusing. You have to think hard about what the director behind it would think if such an incident had happened. When such a feeling occurs while watching a movie, the desire to watch the movie gradually diminishes. Also the background music of the film is not so that you can cry after listening. While the biggest game in horror movies is the background music. Tristan Niby’s cinematography isn’t the least bit intimidating in some scenes of the film, but it also doesn’t leave enough impact to make the viewer feel like they’re watching a horror movie.

The film’s director, Michael Chaves, got the best chance to prove himself in this film. But his directing skills, seen in movies like The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and The Curse of La Llorona, weren’t on display in this film. Although his two films were mediocre, this film was marginally better. Normally every film in a series should be better than the first film, but this film is nowhere near as good as the first film, The Nun. His greatest weakness was his inability to properly use Bonnie Aarons as the gelding in this film. The importance that this character had in the prequel was not emphasized in it. This is the weakest aspect of this film. Bonnie Aarons could have made a very good horror film starring Wallach, but the film’s story goes elsewhere.

Just as Taissa Farmiga and Jonas Bloket’s great performance was seen in the prequel of this film, that kind of performance was not seen in this film. But Taissa Farmiga has tried to do full justice to her character. Especially in the film’s emotional scene, the innocence of his face captures hearts. Bonnie Aarons’ role as Nun Valack is impressive, and while she manages to terrify audiences, she doesn’t get much screen time in the film. The acting of the rest of the actors in the film was mediocre. While all the actors have tried to live up to their roles, if the rest of the film is weak, each artist’s performance cannot shine.

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