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Actors: Jackie Mason, Robert Stack, Dyan Cannon, Dina Merrill, Jonathan Silverman
Genres: Comedy, Sports
Jackie Mason is the best thing going in this otherwise negligible sequel to the already-dubious pleasures of Caddyshack. Between the decadent and often senseless jokes, Mason plays a millionaire whose daughter wants to be ... more »
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Nick H. from ALTON, IL
Reviewed on 2/25/2012...
Occasionally amusing but uneven. Jackie Mason does his best and it's not too bad, looney lawyer Dennis Quaid has a couple good bits, unfortunately, everyone else's part is weak....Aykroyd's especially. Chevy Chase is good, but his appearance is little more than a cameo.
Chad B. (abrnt1) from CABERY, IL
Reviewed on 1/7/2012...
What were they thinking? Seriously this film is complete and utter garbage. It's not at all funny, drags along at a snails pace and hasn't an original thought at all.
Clifford D. (teliphoneman) from MOHAWK, NY
Reviewed on 10/8/2009...
What a line up actors all funny in there own way i in joyed Chevy Chase i have seen all his movies more then once
Worst sequel ever
Richard Hubbell | 05/18/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I can't believe I actually paid to see this in a theater back in the day. It is not only the WORST sequel ever made, it ranks in the top 10 worst movies I have ever seen (and I saw The Box)."
I did watch it, though I don't know why
J. C Clark | Overland Park, KS United States | 01/11/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I have read for years that Caddyshack was one of the funniest movies ever. It's not. Not even one of the best of the 80s, and probably not the funniest movie that was released on July 25th, 1980, though I can't say for sure as I don't know what else came out that day.
But unfortunately I wasn't aware of that when I purchased a package on e-bay of both the first and second films. There are enough lovers of the original that a two-star review there would hardly matter. But somehow there are people without communicating brain cells reviewing this travesty. They must be stopped. Or at least outvoted. Words truly fail me. This film is so bad, so stupid, trite, cliched, empty, boring, insulting, and annoying that everyone who had anything to do with it, including the guys who made sandwiches, should be forced to watch it daily for the rest of their lives. And Dan Aykroyd, twice a day for you.
If this were the pilot of a TV show, there would never have been a second episode. Heck, the stations might have yanked it before it finished, as switchboards across the country would have been jammed by wildly irritated viewers. An astonishingly, unbelievably unfunny film, it gives new meaning to cheesy."