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The Fly II
Poster for The Fly II
Directed by
Chris Walas
Produced by
Steven-Charles Jaffe
Written by
Characters:George LangelaanScreenplay:Mick GarrisJim WheatKen WheatFrank Darabont
Eric StoltzDaphne ZunigaJohn GetzLee Richardson
Music by
Christopher Young
Robin Vidgeon
Editing by
Sean Barton
Distributed by
20th Century Fox
Release date(s)
February 10, 1989
Running time
105 min.
Preceded by
The Fly (1986 film)
The Fly II is a sci-fi film produced in 1989 starring Eric Stoltz and Daphne Zuniga. It was directed by Chris Walas as a sequel to the 1986 movie The Fly. Stoltz's character in this sequel is the adult son of Seth Brundle, the scientist-turned-'Brundlefly', played by Jeff Goldblum in the 1986 remake. John Getz was the only actor from the first film to reprise his role.
Tag line: "Like father, Like son".
1 Plot
2 Characters
3 Makeup/Creature Effects
4 Reception
5 Production notes
6 Deleted Scenes
7 Merchandise
8 External links
The story begins several months after the first film, with the birth of Martin Brundle. Martin is unique, as he is the offspring of Veronica Quaife and Seth Brundle/Brundlefly, the human-housefly hybrid from the first film. The birth is under the control of Brundle's employer, Anton Bartok, owner of Bartok Industries (which financed Brundle's teleportation experiments in the first film). Veronica dies during childbirth, leaving Martin in the custody of Bartok, who plans to exploit his unique condition.
Martin's lifespan is quickly accelerated as a result of his mutant genes. He knows that he is aging faster than a normal human, but he doesn't know of his insect heritage. As Martin grows, Bartok befriends him, amusing him with simple magic tricks, and tells him that a "magic word" needs to be a secret word that can never be confided to anyone or else it would spoil the magical effect. When Martin is three years old, he's already physically aged to a child of around ten. He frequently sneaks out of his room, and finds a room full of specimen animals awaiting testing. Martin befriends a Labrador retriever. The next night, he sneaks out again to bring him some of his dinner, but he's gone. Martin finds the telepod lab, and they're about to teleport his dog as a testing subject. The dog ends up being horribly deformed, but still alive and attacks one of the scientists. Horrified, Martin screams and cries as Bartok consoles him.
Two years later, Martin is physically twenty years old, and is a fully mature adult. Bartok then offers Martin a position working on Seth Brundle's telepods. In the past five years, Bartok and his scientists have not made any progress in getting them to work. Bartok hopes Martin will be able to finish what his father started. He also apologizes for the dog, stating that he didn't suffer long.
As he begins work on the telepods, Martin befriends Bartok employee Beth Logan. They grow closer together over time as Martin tries to get the telepods to function correctly, and Beth invites him to a party over at the genetic research area. Once there, Martin discovers Bartok lied to him; they've kept his dog alive for two years. He runs out of the party and sneaks down to the holding pen where the dog is. The dog, however mutated and in pain, still remembers him and starts to wag its tail. Martin sits with it, and while petting his former pet, ends its misery by euthanizing it with chloroform. The next day, Bartok asks if Martin is aware of the break-in over at genetic research. Martin coldly says "No," and Bartok smiles (realizing Martin is lying) as he states that Martin is finally growing up. Bartok believes that Martin will become like him, a liar and corrupt man.
Eventually, Martin gets the telepods to function properly, but he also learns the truth of his father's fate, his own biology, Bartok's motives, and of a possible cure to his condition. Unfortunately, the cure, which involves swapping out Martin's insect genes for healthy human genes, requires the sacrifice of another healthy human being, who will in turn suffer a grotesque genetic fate as a result. Things begin to culminate when Martin's dormant insect genes awaken and the signs of his transformation begin. Martin escapes from Bartok Industries when he's told by Bartok of his "fate". Even though Martin successfully repaired the telepods, Bartok is unable to use them as Martin has installed a password along with a computer virus attached (the computer asks for the "magic word") to erase the computer's memory if the wrong word is inputted. Bartok knows Martin had indeed been listening to him when Martin was a child, and they'll never figure out...(and so on)

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