The long-awaited followup to ''Silence of the Lambs'' is set ten years later. Agent Starling is reassigned to finding Hannibal after being made the scapegoat in a failed drugs bust. Hannibal, meanwhile, is living the high life in Italy. However, all is not peaches and cream (or brains and liver, if you like) for him, as an Italian cop is determined to arrest him for a large reward offered by Hannibal's only surviving victim. This victim, a billionaire, is determined to get his hands on Hannibal for a little revenge -- and agent Starling is his unwitting pawn...
131 minutes, No persons under 16 (Violence)
Roger Heller (30): Anthony Hopkins is brilliant, but story and gory effects totally spoil the much awaited, at least by myself, film.
Dino Neofytos (30): Unfortunetly the role of Clarice Starling.. played by Julianne Moore does not do the same as when Jodie Foster played it.The movie was very boring in my opinion,except for some good gory scenes and make up of the surviving victim,the movie did nothing for me.The opera style music not very .... uuhhh......scary?.And so we left the theatre about 45min to go.I think Ray Liotta must stick to Mafia/gangster roles.
Andre Dickson (22): The movie was a perfect follow on to Silence of the Lambs, the only grievence I have with the movie is the choise of Clarise..Jody Foster is the only actor who can play the roll right!
Elna Flynn (44): Disgusting movie; but I had to watch it as everybody seemed to extol it. The ''brain-feast'' is for me the most depraved scene of the movie, albeit the scene had enough fellow-competitors