History YMMV / Halloween2007

14th Nov '16 8:08:52 AM MrReviser121
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** Also, Loomis shouldn't have been able to get a gun so easily, pointed out by many people.
4th Nov '16 4:11:50 AM Squirrel_cat2000
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*The death of Ishmael, the only guard that treated Michael with humanity, is especially hard to watch due to both his cries of "I was good to you, Mikey!" And the absolutely brutal method of killing him with both drowning and crushing by television set.
2nd Nov '16 7:59:05 AM MrReviser121
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** What about Annie's boyfriend?

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** What about Annie's boyfriend?boyfriend is an exception.
8th Oct '16 9:57:09 AM Animeking1108
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** Ismael, Annie, and Sheriff Brackett are liked because they're among the few characters in the remake franchise who weren't complete assholes.

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** Ismael, Annie, and Sheriff Brackett are liked because they're among the few characters in the remake franchise who weren't complete assholes. Annie also gets bonus points for being played by Creator/DanielleHarris.


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** The movie was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally going to have been]] a prequel/interquel centering around Michael's years in the asylum. Some felt that would have been more interesting than a straight-up remake.
8th Oct '16 9:52:45 AM Animeking1108
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Joe Grizzly. He's a OneSceneWonder played by Ken Foree who was badass enough to give Michael a small challenge before killing him.
** Ismael, Annie, and Sheriff Brackett are liked because they're among the few characters in the remake franchise who weren't complete assholes.


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* TheScrappy: Ronnie is supposed to be disliked for being an Abusive Parent, but he's ultimately disliked for being a one-dimensional asshole who torments his family ForTheEvulz, the fact that he comes off as more of an overgrown schoolyard bully than an actual abuser, as mentioned in Narm above, and for giving Michael a FreudianExcuse, despite what made Michael so terrifying in the original movies was that he had no reason for killing.
2nd Oct '16 12:20:31 PM PrincessGwen
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** In his review, Phelous criticized that one of the things he didn't like about this version of Loomis was that in the beginning it seemed that he was [{{Demonization}} describing Michael as being a lot worse that he actually was (at that point).]]

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** In his review, Phelous criticized that one of the things he didn't like about this version of Loomis was that in the beginning it seemed that he was [{{Demonization}} [[{{Demonization}} describing Michael as being a lot worse that he actually was (at that point).]]
2nd Oct '16 12:19:55 PM PrincessGwen
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2nd Oct '16 12:19:53 PM PrincessGwen
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Was Judith really a bad person or, like Michael, living in the unstable home life shown in the film has caused her to act like she does in the film, making her a JerkassWoobie.
* CriticalResearchFailure: Michael's latex mask shouldn't have been ''that'' well after being stuck under the floorboards for 17 years. Sure, it realistically was showed as cracked and faded after being there for so long, but constant changes of the seasons would have melted it and/or turn it to dust. Plus, there's the question on '''HOW''' Michael managed to get it under the floorboards.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Was Judith really a bad person or, like Michael, living in the unstable home life shown in the film has caused her to act like she does in the film, making her a JerkassWoobie.
JerkassWoobie?
* CriticalResearchFailure: Michael's latex mask shouldn't have been ''that'' well after being stuck under the floorboards for 17 years. Sure, it realistically was showed shown as cracked and faded after being there for so long, but constant changes of the seasons would have melted it and/or turn it to dust. Plus, there's the question on '''HOW''' Michael managed to get it under the floorboards.



** In his review, Phelous criticized that one of the things he didn't like about this version of Loomis was that in the beginning it seemed that he was [{{Demonization describing Michael more worse that he actually was (at that point).}}]

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** In his review, Phelous criticized that one of the things he didn't like about this version of Loomis was that in the beginning it seemed that he was [{{Demonization [{{Demonization}} describing Michael more as being a lot worse that he actually was (at that point).}}]]]
2nd Oct '16 3:22:05 AM stro
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* OneSceneWonder: Ken Foree as a confrontantional trucker.

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** One of the biggest issues of the film is that the first 1/3rd of the movie makes Michael both overly sympathetic and annoying (despite his multiple murders), making hard to not picture the whiny, overweight kid even when Michael is a violent, hulking monster as an adult.
* OneSceneWonder: Ken Foree as a confrontantional confrontational trucker.
23rd Sep '16 10:47:22 PM nombretomado
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* UglyGuyHotWife : Pretty much every couple on-screen. As CinemaSins points out, are there NO attractive men in Haddonfield?

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* UglyGuyHotWife : Pretty much every couple on-screen. As CinemaSins WebVideo/CinemaSins points out, are there NO attractive men in Haddonfield?
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