Code 8: Part II

2024

Action / Crime / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller

92
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 69% · 16 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 58% · 100 ratings
IMDb Rating 5.7/10 10 11222 11.2K

Director

Top cast

Robbie Amell as Connor
Stephen Amell as Garrett
Kari Matchett as Connor's Mom
Aaron Abrams as Detective Davis
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English 2.0
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24 fps
1 hr 40 min
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English 5.1
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24 fps
1 hr 40 min
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English 5.1
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24 fps
1 hr 40 min
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NR
24 fps
1 hr 40 min
Seeds 83

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FlickeryGems 6 / 10

Enjoyable

Following the sequel to the first part of the 'Code 8' led by the Amell cousins (Robbie Amell and Stephen Amell) progresses the story of the previous film while also giving a new plot to look at.

While the overall dynamic and gist of the movie remains the same throughout, if you were a fan of the previous part, you may find this one a bit underwhelming or lackluster. With that being said, this movie is still worth a watch if you have some free time to kill. Towards the end the story does get a bit tense and the villain Sergeant 'King' Kingston while portrayed as your typical manipulative villain, was still enjoyable.

With that being said, this sequel doesn't build too much upon the already existing movie and doesn't bring anything brand new to the table. Overall it's an enjoyable movie with a decent plot, although the character writing could've been a bit better.

Reviewed by rdelangel-96515 7 / 10

At this point make it into a TV show.

It has been about 4 years since Code 8 Part 1 came out, and now we have this potential going to waste.

Honestly, I like Part 1 better than Part 2. Part 2 was, and I hate to say this, disappointing... I was really hoping for more. At this point, the way Part 2 was made makes it feel more like a TV show episode than an actual movie. Code 8, in general, has a lot of potential to grow, but you really need to put in investment in this. Lastly, the Code 8 universe has the potential to be much more, and it possesses an impactful charm that draws you in, unlike other superpower-based movies or shows.

Reviewed by aftermidnight04 6 / 10

Why should anyone care about these characters?

Great special effects, for a realism trying cgi movie. But, the constant question I found asking is, if almost every decision made by every character is the wrong one, and the 2 main characters screw up every chance, why do I care what they do? Found the gang leader was actually likable, he talked to everyone, made his intentions clear, and even when the calelion character screws up tries to let him save some face. But, the brothers plan is to rob the head honco, he leaves his backpack, forgets to zip up the money bag, makes noise everywhere, and generally is a terrible character to try to relate to outside of taking care of his sister. The sister, after waiting for 2hrs, does not use a phone and decides to go outside first thing, I'm not going to even get into her messing with the K9 unit right off the bat (why didn't that flag through the handler immediately). She impulsive, mean, and demonstrates 0 want to try to overall help the situation. I know the Cardinal rule is, don't put a kid in a movie for any reason outside of the kid drives the movie, but this is the point where the kid drives the movie, and I could care less about the kid. This character makes elle from last of us seem like a genius comedian, and I get it a sad movie. But, that doesn't mean all the characters have to be sad beaten people. If you've been in a sad life place you learn pretty quick that being upset and mad all the time only alienates people. They don't need or want to care about you, and the same is true for this movie. First one was pretty good, this not so much, but I hope they get it better with the 3rd if they make it.

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