Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled (2002) - Fantasy, Horror, Romance

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This time, the Djinn unleashes his undying love for a beautiful woman in his final attempt to unleashe his brethren from hell.

Director: Chris Angel
Stars: Tara Spencer-Nairn, Michael Trucco
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 7 out of 48 found boring (14.58%)

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I found it to be more enjoyable to read some of the other comments about this movie.

Don't waste your time.

It's also not 'so bad it's funny/good', just verybad and boring.

Nothing is darkly humorous, original or suspenseful and mostly not interesting, and the direction lacks distinction and confidence.

The film early on is also too repetitive and there are scenes that go on for too long and the scenes themselves feel like padding.

The movie was filled with silly fight scenes, that last way too long and are very predicable.

Overall this film is an enjoyable, pleasant film to watch.

He will bore the hell outa you!

They're stuck in with no suspense or buildup, sothey aren't even remotely scary, just sort of boring andinnapropriate.

Whilst as always the effects and gore are good, the fighting, like in Wishmaster 3, is not great, however, it is very enjoyable, and well worth a watch if you're a horror/gore/fantasy fan.

The dark humour is replaced by an overload of cheese, there is never anything suspenseful or creative, the action is more silly and tired than exciting and the wishes are pretty dumb again, the creepiness and humour gone.

The movie also contains a disjointed narrative where a "Hunter" is released from a statue if the third wish is made.

But itwasn't entertaining.

The story has originality, the film is fast paced, it contains some humor and interesting wish fullfillment, and it has new characters and a new dimension to the Djinn mystique.

Unfortunately I was wrong, not only was it bad this time, but it was boring as hell too!

It's very ambitious for the low budget and there is many story lines that are intriguing, so the fun factor is definitely here at times.

Still, fans of gore and nudity should at least find enough of that here to keep the film entertaining.

Don't waste your time or money on this mess of a sequel, I can see why Chris Angel never worked as a Director again.

Don't waste your time or money watching this film.

The initial meetings here before the possession is a series of long, dragged-out series of scenes petitioning for his chances which isn't all that fun to watch while setting him up as more of a creep than anything, while their own personal struggles don't endear them to this one either as there's very little fun about these scenes.

Edit mistakes, as once again an uninteresting poor storyline with the same actor in the Djinn outfit "John Novak".

He doesn'teven want her for reproduction, I guess he just got bored, lonely, orlost his mind.

Boy, were those a waste of money to rent.

The Djinn in this one is dull and lacking Andrew Divoff's eccentric wit.

Even after the transformation occurs, their continued arguing and hostility just makes for a dragged out experience here, an while there's the fact that the awakener actually casts the three desired wishes which is an original idea, but this one completely wastes this intriguing idea that drains all the horror from the story by adding in the love sub-theme.

It actually gets boring waiting and waiting to see how it would play out trying to win her over, and this is such a detrimental negative to the film.

There is a drab and chaotic look to the production values and the special effects are last minute-like.

Okay, honestly, it was a TEENY bit better, but this really was a horrible, tedious, boring @ss movie.