- Jan 5, 2001
- Way on Down South, London Town
I haven't replied yet because although I liked it, I didn't like it as much as I thought I would, and yet I couldn't say why. After thinking for a week I should have a more balanced view. The first film was novel, the second was expected. That is always going to be a hard act to follow. Sequels are rarely as good as the first film, and in most cases there is a law of diminishing returns. However, I think that @EJDeBrun may have a valid point: there was simply too much going on. Normally, I'd see all that character development as a positive, and I want to like it, but here there was so much going on that I think I'd need to see it again to follow it all.