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10cf746e54 Full Review… November 24, 2014 David Nusair Reel Film Reviews Not a single aspect of this film suggests that anyone involved in the production cared. Louis Muse Watson . She is being sought after by the demon who possessed her in the first LAST EXORCISM. Chris David Jensen . Just as Nell begins the difficult process of starting a new life, the evil force that once possessed her is back with other, unimaginably horrific plans that mean her last exorcism was just the beginning. The film was originally given an R rating by the MPAA but cuts were made to the finished product to receive a neutered PG-13 rating (all deleted footage was restored in the unrated edition of the film). This movie was just bad. Suddenly, she springs up screaming, and the next thing we see is Calder getting thrown out the window while more commotion goes on in the house and blood sprays the window. At work, Chris tells Nell he has a surprise for her later.
A couple, Jared (Judd Lormand) and Lily (Boyana Balta), finds a demonic-looking Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) squatting next to their refrigerator. An Amazon.com company. Retrieved April 12, 2013. ^ "THE LAST EXORCISM PART II (15)". Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 16% based on reviews from 68 critics, with an average score of 3.6/10. Metacritic, which assigns a rating of 0 to 100, gave The Last Exorcism Part 2 a 35 indicating generally unfavorable reviews. It is a sequel to 2010's The Last Exorcism, and released on March 1, 2013. Frank tells Nell he will have her committed to a hospital if she doesn't stop acting out. The story is more focused and open to the viewer with no real hidden plot which allows for more imagery and dogma that surround the whole possession culture and mystical icon-ism to play a big part in staging the story.