But the Toymaker has already used the magical tome to bring a vintage doll called Robert to life — and Robert will stop at nothing to protect his master. Whilst the visuals are convincing, the discourse, with its liberal usage of modern day expletives, breaks the spell somewhat. Eventually his secret is revealed and the Nazis close in. It's a fight to the death and only the victor will get off at the next stop. Why the extremely rubbish and unconvincing make up job on Lee Bane, who is a much younger man?? This part of the film doesn't really have too much to do with anything, but it's a nice little backstory. Dan untungnya dari jaringan internet pula kita bisa berkualitas tanpa banyak kendala.
On top they like to throw in some other German vocabulary and then it becomes even worse. Tak ada lagi kesulitan mengakses koleksi istimewa dari cinemaxxi karena jadwal unggah judul-judul film terbaru tak berselang jauh dari jadwal resminya. This is not a film about Robert at all. The Toymaker is in possession of the mystical book containing spells that bring inanimate objects to life. The ending, rather than providing a spectacular denouement, simply presents us with another twist in the ongoing story, making it highly likely we haven't heard the last from Blackfoot, or his children. The music is okay too, adding some atmosphere to some scenes. Otherwise, once the 40-minute mark passes and Robert and the Toymaker show up, it goes to some silly places.
Everything about this film franchise is baffling from start to finish. Thinking he's in the clear, the Toymaker soon discovers that a group of high ranking Nazi officers are also on board. However, a large chunk of the film is based on a woman called Eva Eloise Oliver: Siren Song 2016, That Good Night 2017 escaping her abusive husband. Sadly, while this film is fairly well shot and put together, it doesn't feel like a horror film at all. But the dolls are already alive.
This film is a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham. I got more than halfway through and the Toy Maker appears seated on a train with his family of animated dolls, looking to be almost as much of a doll as his non-frightening creations. Do something constructive like watching paint dry, it will be more fun. There's tension as the characters cross and double cross each other in the pursuit of the prize. In Nazi Germany, a Toymaker takes possession of a mystical book which gives life to the inanimate. The drama does not hit its mark, and there are few, if any, scares to be had.
I loved this film so, so much! With shoddy effects, ridiculous prosthetics and a generic script this is another dud for the series. No gore, no scares, no tension, no resolution, and bad make up. As with Andrew Jones' previous exertions into the past World War 2 is once more approached here , there is a certain approximation of authenticity on display. The only part you could see when the doll was waving a weapon was its hand, seriously? Someone at some point found this funny for no reason. Lee Bane, bless his cotton socks, who has appeared in the vast majority of films from the North Bank Entertainment stable, labours under heavy make-up as Amos Blackfoot, The Toymaker. As the end caption warns us, 'Robert Will Return' - and that's fine with me.
As the end caption warns us, Robert will return - and that's fine with me. The footage included was pointless and seemed only there for padding reasons. If you're looking for a good laugh, watch it by all means. The main part of the film gets going when the Toymaker is on a train with a variety of agents after him. Your only thought will be: What the. I don't think I noticed before, but Blackfoot has different coloured eyes, and this is echoed in Robert, his favourite 'child'. Did he just buy a bunch of expensive Nazi costumes and want to get his money's worth out of them? Their annoying and illogical decision making and behaviours frustrates.
There are few plus points with The Revenge of Robert the Doll: the camera quality throughout is clear and clean, with the occasional nice shot lunar transforming trains aside. But after sitting through the embarrassingly tedious dialog and acting, not to mention the shoddy After Effects blood splatter when the highway criminal dispatched the first two guards, I began to lose hope. I will assume this would be kinda interesting if I was 10 or 7 maybe. But the Toymaker has already used the magical tome to bring a vintage doll called Robert to life - and Robert will stop at nothing to protect his master. Nobody knows which, if either of them, are on the side of good. And The Revenge of Robert the Doll delivers basically only that.
Robert is not a redeeming quality this time, if one has seen the previous Robert films what he does in those films is very little different here, it's all un-scary and stale. Di situs ini sudah disediakan tautan khusus bagi para penggemar film yang ingin menyimpannya sendiri sebagai data pribadi sehingga bisa diputar sewaktu-waktu. The ending, rather than providing a spectacular denouement, simply presents us with another twist in the ongoing story, making it highly likely we haven't heard the last from Blackfoot, or his children. Well shot, well acted, no story. It is surprising how little Robert's gang are featured here.
The pace often moves along at a fair lick, the various dolls look pretty frightening, and you truly do not know where the plot is headed. In my humble opinion do not waste your time. It plays out like a historical drama with an endless 40-something minute prologue before the usual cheesy horror material hits. These actors were not even able to pronounce the words or names of the cities correctly. Sure, there are a few doll murders, but wow.
So begins a blood soaked battle aboard the train as the Toymaker and the killer doll take on the Nazis. The Revenge of Robert the Doll still. It brought me to tears and even thinking about it makes me emotional. You can call this a Horror movie, but only because everything in it was aweful. I can honestly say that I had this thought all the way through, no matter what the movie brought up.