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Hannah goes back to her hometown to find out about her mother, but on the way she picks up a strange man who foreshadows her life from a Bible quote. When she gets there she wakes up Isaac from a coma he has been in for 19 years. Isaac wants a revenge.Written by
Come on, COTC fans. This sequel was absolutely dreadful. The characters were so stupid. Hannah knew what would happen if she stayed around and was even told the truth by her own mother. However, she decided to be very dense and stick around for no reason!!! She should have just left town instead of sticking around there.
Plus, how the hell could they bring Issac back?! He had gotten killed in part 1. You all saw it. It was badly written. And remember, Gatlin had become a amish community, how could it become a city again after only like 3 or 4 years?! Not to mention everything looked so 60's about the town.
It was just not believable and horribly thought out. 1 was alright, 2 was forgettable, 3 was cheesy fun, 4 was pretty well executed, 5 was a fun slashfest. However, this one just bit in my book. The series is not about Issac as he is treated like he is in this one. Hopefully COTC 7 redeems it.
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