Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Michelle Pfeiffer, Maxwell Caulfield, Lorna Luft, Maureen Teefy, Alison Price
Director: Patricia Birch
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Musicals & Performing Arts
The sequel to the 1978 hit movie, GREASE 2 is set in the early 1960?s when a new British student, Michael Carrington (Caulfield), rides into town and joins the ranks at Rydell High. A book nerd who immediately falls for th... more »
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Joyce W. (Cuddlebug)
Reviewed on 7/16/2010...
I am a serious 50's fan and Grease fan so this is right up my alley. Full of action, music, and romance of the 50's. Great entertainment for any age.
3 of 3 member(s) found this review helpful.
Robey S. (Robey)
Reviewed on 8/17/2008...
I was 11 when I first saw this movie. Loved it then, love it now. It's truly a classic and fun, fun, fun. Singing, Dancing, super cool biker dude and hot chick.
3 of 5 member(s) found this review helpful.
Matt Howe | Washington, DC | 03/04/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"GREASE 2 is a guilty pleasure of mine. It is not really a good movie. But I can't help myself -- I simply enjoy watching it!The opening number ("Back To School") fools you. It is so energetic and arresting that you think the rest of the movie will be that good. It won't. I can watch the opening number over and over again. Patricia Birch's choreography and direction really shine here. And all the fun secondary characters get their introductions: the goody-goody twins; Connie Stevens sex-pot teacher; the lettermen.The film picks up speed again with the bowling alley number ("I Wanna Score Tonight"). Hilarious! Lorna Luft plays a Marilyn Monroe-esque Pink Lady and gets to sing her one solo line in this scene. ("Hey, Johnny, Johnny, let's bowl that strike - and I just may be your baby tonight...")From here it's down hill (but what a spectacle). We get to see Michelle Pfeiffer climb a ladder and sing "Cool Rider". There is an unbelievable number with the students called "Reproduction" ("Where does the pollen go?") that will have you wincing and yet strangely unable to take your eyes away from the screen.Then, a Thunderbird seduces a Pink Lady with "Let's Do It For Our Country". Oh my!And finally, Maxwell Caufield shows up in a fabulous motorcycle-leather outfit.No, not a classic. No, not as good as GREASE. But, oh, so bad it's good!"
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nodice | Manchester, Ga United States | 03/20/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I should hate this film. It's campy, it poorly acted, it badly written...and I just love it. Can something be so bad that's it's good? If so, then that's the case of this musical vehicle. Only one real star emerged from this project unscathed--the ever beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer. I recommend but keep it on the down low."
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Amy E. Santos | State of Perfection | 01/17/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What can you say about this movie that hasn't already been said? I LOVE this movie. It's definitely a Guilty pleasure of mine. I watch the first one and well...you just want to watch this one after.
It an overall feel good movie, campy fun with laughter and tears. You get a little bit of everything in this movie.
Not much like the first, some of the same characters, but still that same feeling of high school back when! And it has Michelle Pfeiffer in it in one of her earliest roles! She does a tremendous job!
A great movie for so many occaisions! Watch it! I bet you'll love it just as much as I do. It's silly humor and characters that you can't help but love make this movie a winner from begining to end.
It's great for so many age groups too!"