Son of the Mask (2005)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Family, Fantasy


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Tim Avery, an aspiring cartoonist, finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki. Then after conceiving an infant son "born of the mask", he discovers just how looney child raising can be.

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30 January 2016 | thehiddenhoward
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| This Is Terrifying & Retarded
The Mask Is A Good Film.....just letting that out right now

Son Of The Mask Is One Of The Biggest Misfires Of 2005. The Film Centers On Tom Avery (Jamie Kennedy) , a cartoonist who gets his hands on the mask.

After Making Love with His Wife, he convinced a child Alvey, who has the masks powers. So Some Random God (Bob Hopskns) Calls Loki (Alan Cumming) To Get Alvey.

Okay...the plot is stupid.

The writing is very weak as it holds very little relation to the first film.

Also......

THE FILM IS FU#KING SCARY AS IT SHOWS SO MANY HELL LIKE IMAGERY THAT WILL DRIVE THE FAMALIES AWAY THEN INVITE THEM TO IT. THERE IS SO MUCH SCREWED UP VISUALS THAT YOU SWEAR THEY PROBABLY SMOKES SOME CRACK WHEN THE WERE DOING THE EFFECTS. THE VISUALS ARE SCREWED UP ING LOL MUCH HJDKJDHDHRHRHHRHDK.

sorry...

Anyway, The Acting Is Subpar.

Jamie Kennedy Sounds Like He's Bored

Alan Cumming Sounds Like He Wants To Rape Someone.

And Otis While Scenes Are Funny, Has Terrifying Visuals.

Okay Did This Film Make Me On A Sequel

HELL NO!

Son Of The Mask Sucks With Its Disturbing Scary Imagery, Subpar Acting & Terrible Writing.

Nothing Is Good About This Film

So Don't Watch It No Matter What!

Just Watch The First Film.

  • D. Hidden Howard

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