Refusing to believe her story about cave-dwelling monsters, the sole survivor of a spelunking exploration gone horribly wrong is forced to follow the authorities back into the caves where something awaits.
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Repeated the mistakes of the first one and made them bigger by excessively including the creatures on the screen - this time, looking worse. Yet, it accomplishes a surprising ending by throwing us two plot twists.
Honestly, I agree with some of the other reviewers here that say this film was more or less unnecessary. As the audience, we already knew the story and roughly the idea of what was going to happen, plus the almost shot-for-shot recreation of the first film's ending was a little cliche for its own good. Obviously, the addition of sexy Joshua Dallas was easy on the eyes but filmmaking-wise, this just kind of lacked.
There will always be someone to try to make some money through sequences which are so inferior to its predecessors that they can defile them. This is sad, but it's an acceptable truth. What is not acceptable is that three guys (yes, three!) write TOGETHER a screenplay so overfull of holes and scenes that completely disrespect the characters of the first film.This is one of the worst sequences of a horror movie ever.