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Ill-conceived sequel has Tim Avery (Kennedy), a low-level cartoonist who yearns to advance beyond his current position at an animation company, finding the magical mask in time for his company's Halloween party. Of course he puts it on and gets transformed. Before the night is over, Avery gets a promotion and impregnates his wife (how's that for multitasking?). Soon after their son Alvey is born they realize that he's not like other kids. He has mask-like powers and the ability to warp into a freakish tornado of cartoon characters. Flick wilts under the weight of the digital effects, which on a baby seem creepily misplaced.

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Available on Running time 86 minutes. Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Supernatural Comedies, Comic Books, Advertising
Lance Khazei
Jamie Kennedy, Alan Cumming, Traylor Howard, Steven Wright, Liam Falconer, Ryan Falconer, Kal Penn, Bob Hoskins
Greg Gardiner
Lawrence (Larry) Guterman
Randy Edelman
Malcolm Campbell, Debra Neil-Fisher, Mary Vogt
Erica Huggins, Scott Kroopf, Radar Pictures, Dark Horse Entertainment, New Line Cinema


Golden Raspberries 2005: Worst Remake/Sequel.

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Son of the Mask
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Lawrence Guterman directed the comedy, Son of the Mask, starring Jamie Kennedy (as Tim Avery) and Alan Cumming (as Loki). Son of the Mask released in 2005 to DVD with a total running time of 86 minutes. Tim Avery finds a magical mask, which is the Mask of Loki. He decides to wear it for his company’s Halloween party and that night he impregnates his wife. After their baby son is born they find that he has special powers like the Mask of Loki! Meanwhile, Loki comes to town to find his mask and take it back.