Candyman (2021)
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Candyman (2021)


Genre
:
Horror | Thriller
Rating
:
6.4 / 10
Release Date
:
25 August 2021
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
1 : 31 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, Français
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Anthony and his partner move into a loft in the now gentrified Cabrini-Green, and after a chance encounter with an old-timer exposes Anthony to the true story behind Candyman, he unknowingly opens a door to a complex past that unravels his own sanity and unleashes a terrifying wave of violence.

Cast Overview :

Anthony McCoy
by: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
Brianna Cartwright
by: Teyonah Parris
William Burke
by: Colman Domingo
Troy Cartwright
by: Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
Grady Smith
by: Kyle Kaminsky
Anne-Marie McCoy
by: Vanessa Williams
Clive Privler
by: Brian King
Jerrika
by: Miriam Moss
Finley Stephens
by: Rebecca Spence
Jameson
by: Carl Clemons-Hopkins
Danielle Harrington
by: Christiana Clark
Sherman Fields
by: Michael Hargrove
Billy
by: Rodney L Jones III
Trina
by: Ireon Roach
Annika
by: Breanna Lind
Haley Gulick
by: Heidi Grace Engerman
Samantha
by: Sarah Lo
Boof
by: Malic White
Detective Lipez
by: Mark Montgomery
Jack Hyde
by: Torrey Hanson
Librarian
by: Cassie Kramer
Celine
by: Sarah Wisterman
Gil Cartwright
by: Cedric Mays
Restaurant server
by: Alec Silver
Young Brianna
by: Hannah Love Jones
Dr. Collins
by: J. Nicole Brooks
Reporter Devlin Sharpe
by: Pamela Jones
Sabrina
by: Genesis Denise Hale
Haley's Mom
by: Katherine Purdie
Jane Ji
by: Tien Tran
Police Officer Jones
by: Mike Geraghty
Police Officer Smith
by: Aaron Crippen
Police Officer Rooney
by: Dan Fierro
Ringleader
by: Nadia Simms
TV News Anchor
by: Nancy Pender
Samuel Evans
by: Johnny Westmoreland
John Crawley
by: Guy Spencer
The Kid
by: Daejon Staeker
Candyman / Daniel Robitaille
by: Tony Todd
Helen Lyle (voice)
by: Virginia Madsen

Member Reviews :

I rewatched the 1992's Candyman in preparation for Nia DaCosta's (Little Woods) direct sequel, so I could get the most out of it without having to force my memory to kick in. Despite being addicted to Philip Glass' score of the original film, Bernard Rose's take on Clive Barker's short story isn't exactly one of my favorite classics, even though I appreciate it quite a bit. Expectations-wise, I didn't know the director beforehand, but I was curious to see what DaCosta could bring to the famous tale. Unfortunately, I'm not the right person to tackle the heavy themes depicted in the filmmaker's sophomore flick. From an evident, strong opinion about gentrification to the biased white critical lenses, the director has a clear vision and firm messages concerning cultural injustice. As a white European young man, I'm not going to pretend to have experience or even enough knowledge to approach these necessary, sensitive debates, so I'll let other critics, namely Black authors, spread their voices. Nevertheless, I have mixed feelings about this sequel. Despite being beautifully shot (John Guleserian), edited (Catrin Hedström), and scored (Robert A. A. Lowe), the thematically driven screenplay often feels forced and occasionally preachy. Characters are thinly developed through an uncommonly too short runtime. The never-ending silhouette recaps of the previous movie are unnecessary, and weirdly enough, a major revelation of this sequel is partially ruined by simply (re)watching the original film. The extreme gore is still present, though slightly toned down, at least from my perspective. Technically and visually, it's truly one of the most interesting movies of the year. Sadly, it isn't able to transmit the same quality to the two pillars of filmmaking - story and characters." Rating: C
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