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Urban Legends: Final Cut a.k.a. “Urban Legend 2,” “Urban Legend 2: The Final Cut,” “Leyendas urbanas: Corte final,” “Leyenda urbana 2,” “Düstere Legenden 2,” “Gerçek efsaneler 2,” “Légendes urbaines 2,” “Légendes urbaines: La suite,” “Lenda Urbana 2,” “Lendas Urbanas 2,” “Leyendas urbanas 2,” “Mördande legender 2,” “Mitos Urbanos 2,” “Rule 2,” “Urban Legend 2: Coup de grâce,” “Urban Legend Final Cut,” “Urban Legends - Kauhutarinoita 2,” “Ξύπνημα των Θρύλων 2”

MPAA Rating: R-Rating (MPAA) for violence/gore, language and some sexuality
not reviewed
Moviemaking Quality:

Primary Audience:
1 hr. 40 min.
Year of Release:
USA Release:
September 22, 2000
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Featuring: Jennifer Morrison, Loretta Devine, Anson Mount, Joseph Lawrence, Matthew Davis
Director: John Ottman
Producer: Neal H. Moritz, Gina Matthews, Richard Rothschild
Distributor: Columbia Tristar

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: During a contest to determine the best thesis film, student filmmakers at Alpine University are having an unusually hard time of it because someone is killing crew members. Among the student competitors are the son of a famous film mogul and Amy, whose thesis film is about the contemporary tall tales known as urban legends and who must unmask the killer before she too becomes an urban legend.

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Viewer Comments


I recently saw this movie and was expecting something similar to the 1st Urban Legend, which it was to an extent, but introduced some new themes. I enjoyed the 1st one, the 2nd reminded me of the final “Scream” shows… more and more predictable toward the end. Oh well… it’s not bad to watch if you like the “let’s figure out who killed who”/psycho/killer/horror genre. But it’s not a family type movie. There’s some boobs, violence and profanity, but that is pretty much a given. Wait and catch it at the $1.50 theater, buy the popcorn and large soda and don’t be surprised with “the twist” at the end. It’s only a buck fifty… you’ll save a few if you didn’t like it.
John, age 23
I strongly recomend not to waste your time and money with this movie. I can’t think of any reason to see it. My Ratings: [1½/1]
Roger Rocamora, age 20
Movie Critics
…makes the fatal mistake of believing there is still life in the wheezy serial-killer-on-campus formula…
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times Inc.
…a couple passionately kisses and then retires to an airplane lavatory where they begin to disrobe, fondle each other and have oral sex…
Focus on the Family
…extremely bloody and gory…
…About 20 F-words, several anatomical and scatological references, many mild obscenities, some religious obscenities, and a few insults…