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The story is about a family moves to a house in a countryside after a son (Jude) and mother (Liza) both traumatised from an unexpected burglary. Jude finds a dirty, dusty porcelain doll and calls it Brahms. Everything then change in a sinister way because of the doll.Written by
In Spain, the movie was released directly on VOD (digital platforms) and DVD, but it was previously screened in two theaters with a limited release in Barcelona (Phenomena) for two days, in a subtitled version, and a premiere in Madrid (Cines Dreams) for one day, in a dubbed version. See more »
Although the guest house was supposed to be set in England, the power sockets and light switches are of US origin. See more »
[from the trailer]
It's okay to be scared sometimes/it's fun to be scared sometimes
I gottcha good did I
[looking at his reflection only to see Brahms staring back at him]
I think we're gonna like it here Brahms... as long as they follow the rules
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Brahms: The Boy II takes forward the story of the creepy porcelain doll, seen in The Boy(2016). Liza(Katie Holmes), her husband Sean(Owain Yeoman) & their son Jude(Christopher Convery), move into a house next to the Heelshire Mansion. Jude befriends a porcelain yet realistic looking doll, called Brahms.
Brahms: The Boy II is a below average film. It totally disregards everything that made The Boy(2016) a memorable horror/thriller movie. Returning director William Brent Bell should not have made this film, in the first place. If it was studio pressure, they should have only made this movie, if the script was as unique as its predecessor. Katie Holmes is great as Liza. Owain Yeoman is brilliant as Sean. Christopher Convery is a complete letdown, as Jude. Ralph Ineson is effective as Joseph. Brahms: The Boy II is not at all worth watching. Give this complete disappointment a miss, and re-watch the first one instead.
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