Devil in the Flesh II
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  • As is often the case, the first movie was definitely better
  • I think it made the movie better because it was easier to concentrate on the plot
  • She was obviously biased toward rich people and took her job way too seriously in my opinion
  • But, it also wasn’t the best film I’ve seen and failed to live up to the original

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      A short while ago, my wife and I sat down to watch the movie Devil in the Flesh and learned it was a better movie than we expected it to be. So, we wasted no time watching the sequel to the movie; Devil in the Flesh II. As is often the case, the first movie was definitely better.

      For those who have never seen these movies, the first one is about a high school girl (Rose McGowan) who begins stalking one of her


      teachers because she believes he is in love with her; despite the fact he has a girlfriend and has never shown any interest. In that first film, she kills anyone who gets in her way; from her abusive grandmother to one of her high school classmates (who, in her defense, was trying to rape her at the time).

      The movie ends with her trying to kill the teacher’s girlfriend; only to be knocked unconscious and arrested. The sequel (which stars Jodi Lyn O’Keefe instead of McGowan), has the girl escaping a mental instution and, after killing a college coed, she ends up stealing the woman’s identity and attending college.

      There, she once again falls in love; this time with a college professor. The first movie was decent because you had the sexual theme there but not much when it came to actual sex.

      I think it made the movie better because it was easier to concentrate on the plot. This time around, the movie focused more ...


      • Devil in the Flesh II
      on getting the girl in sexual situations whenever it could.

      And, while the scenes were actually pretty steamy, the plot was definitely much weaker. She didn’t make an effort to hide her work like she did in the first movie and, it should be noted that most of her “murders” were either accidents or self defense.

      Her first victim tripped and fell onto a spike when all she was trying to do was get her to give up her car keys. The second

      victim was a drunk who started attacking her and her roommate in an alley and her roommate fell out a window while fighting with her over a phone.

      The only person she killed on purpose this time around was the resident assistant; who honestly wasn’t the nicest person on the planet. She was obviously biased toward rich people and took her job way too seriously in my opinion.

      The movie was OK. But, it also wasn’t the best film I’ve seen and failed to live up to the original.

      I wouldn’t recommend watching it.




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