So begins a blood soaked battle aboard the train as the Toymaker and the killer doll take on the Nazis. The acting is not that hot either. For example, the film shows a steam locomotive pulling the train in its establishing shots during the day. Annabelle carries the name from the Conjuring series, which holds it's own. Sponsored Content Write a comment:.
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. Let's add some clips of a random doll, and call it Robert. The Revenge of Robert the Doll still. 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. It all feels rather tame, especially in the deaths which were as unimaginative and so what as you could possibly get. It's a fight to the death and only the victor will get off at the next stop.
The Toymaker's grief whenever a doll is destroyed echoes a searing pain from his past: the creatures have become children to him. Sadly, while this film is fairly well shot and put together, it doesn't feel like a horror film at all. If you're looking for a good laugh, watch it by all means. It is surprising how little the dolls are featured here. 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. It will always be a mystery to me, why these kind of movies get made. Sinopsis Film The Revenge of Robert the Doll 2018 : In Nazi Germany, a Toymaker takes possession of a mystical book which gives life to the inanimate.
It's the ghost of a girl who, in the previous film, was the one that gave the book to him. I am counting the days until the next film. I haven't watched this film yet, but I have seen the other films Robert, Curse of Robert and Robert and the Toymaker. The chemistry is bland and unfocused. So begins a blood soaked battle aboard the train as the Toymaker and the killer doll take on the Nazis. The Toymaker is of course played by Lee Bane who portrays the role brilliantly. The footage included was pointless and seemed only there for padding reasons.
All the characters are too sketchy and with cardboard thin and colourless personalities and with nowhere near enough to make one want to endear to them. People who read these reviews want to be warned about spoilers, but this movie was one big fat stinky turd wrapped in a cocoon of dried vomit. Well shot, well acted, no story. I enjoyed Robert and Curse of Robert but the last one was ok, I guess because it's somewhat turning into puppet master. Kidnapping, murder, betrayal: it is all rather intriguing despite some dodgy effects and the accents do not exactly sound authentic either. I really and truly cannot wait.
Thinking he's in the clear, the Toymaker soon discovers that a group of high ranking Nazi officers are also on board. Eventually his secret is revealed and the Nazis close in. It is so bad, like telenovela bad, facial expressions are so extreme it is almost a parody. She'd sadly died at the Toymaker's house and he's forced to bury her. Some could say the real Robert cursed the film for its lack of respect, but judging by its final credit the only ones cursed are the audience. In Nazi Germany, a Toymaker takes possession of a mystical book which gives life to the inanimate. As the two secret agents close in and the Toymaker has no idea who to trust, he uses the magical tome to bring a vintage doll called Robert to life and Robert will stop at nothing to protect his puppet master.
The sound quality is obvious and utilised cheaply being too loud in the build ups and people's reactions , the effects are laughable and all of the acting is lacking severely on the whole, that's actually an understatement as the worst of it is horrendous with some of the worst German accents ever committed to celluloid. She takes the mystical book with her, but predictably gets in more trouble along the way. The acting, the speaking all appears to be on 50% speed. And why is he German and she not? Eventually his secret is revealed and the Nazis close in. That old 1930's car kept rolling 5 mph down that same piece of farmland road as though it had no drive train and was being pushed from behind by the film crew. 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. Oleh Dunia21 Synopsis In Nazi Germany, a Toymaker takes possession of a mystical book which gives life to the inanimate.
I usually have very high tolerant toward movies and will finish them but this one, I could not. As the end caption warns us, 'Robert Will Return' - and that's fine with me. Setting things up in nazi Germany around the 1940s usually goes 2 ways. But the story and actors in this one help you over look that because rather than a cliché haunted doll movie we have all seen a million times before we actually get a well paced thriller with lots of tension and twists and turns. Terrible lines, horrible acting, bad effects and no scares whatsoever throughout the entire film. I don't understand why they are still making movies without improvements despite the failures of the previous ones. The Revenge of Robert the Doll still.
There is more going on in this movie with story and action than probably all the other Robert movies put together. I don't think the crews were making any efforts at all. This is by far the worst. Robert does a better job at looking creepy with just one expression. 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. So begins a blood soaked battle aboard the train as the Toymaker and the killer doll take on the Nazis.
If that sounds somewhat like the Puppet Master series, then one should see Jones and co. So begins a blood soaked battle aboard the train as the Toymaker and the killer doll take on the Nazis. The entire story was ludicrous. He's willing to offer his two cents, and might even give you change. Two agents on the train are looking for the Toymaker and when he's eventually found, there is a tense battle between the two men. The evil old bat is unhappy with her employers and wants to teach them a lesson. I'd be interested to see what they do for the next one considering how each new movie seems to be better than the last.