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|A Very Brady Sequel|
Actors: Shelley Long, Gary Cole, Tim Matheson, Christine Taylor, Christopher Daniel Barnes
Director: Arlene Sanford
The Bradys are planning a surprise wedding aniversary for Carol, when her long-lost first husband shows up and upsets the whole idea. — No Track Information Available — Media Type: DVD — Artist: LONG/COLE/MATHESON — Title: VER... more »
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Oh My God, I'm Tripping With The Bradys
J. E. Monaghan | Reno, NV | 08/25/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Pretty funny film, I must admit. One of the best scenes is on the plane to Hawaii when Greg (Johnny Bravo)Brady picks up his guitar & breaks out into a song. In another five seconds, the passengers would have handed him a parachute & shown him to the emergency exit.
True, the critics trashed this film, but hey..this IS a Brady Bunch movie, not 'Citizen Kane.' It's not something you watch for social commentary."
Far out, man! Groovy flick!
J. E. Monaghan | 08/05/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A Very Brady Sequel isn't exactly what I'd call Oscar material, but it's good for just a few (actually, many) laughs with your best buds. Shelley Long and Gary Cole are back as the always cheerful, let's-work-things-out-together kind of parents as Mr. and Mrs. Brady. The kids from the first movie are also back as their original characters, and so is Alice.In this hilarious sequel, everything is just perfectly normal in the Brady household until a man comes to the house claiming to be Mrs. Brady's first husband. But secretly, he's really after a valuable horse statue in their home. Of course, the Brady gang believes him and invites him to stay for awhile. Then, when they are really starting to get to know each other, the man reveals who he really is, kidnaps Mrs. Brady, and takes her out to Hawaii where he is supposed to sell the horse statue! And of course, the rest of the Bradys go after her...I think this is just as good as the first Brady movie. Both were pretty good. There is a smarter script to the Brady sequel, too. And Jan gets a boyfriend! Greg and Marcia also start feeling affection for each other, too. This is wicked funny and I recommend it for anybody who loved the TV series or the first movie!"
Five Stars for This???? Yeah!
J. E. Monaghan | 04/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The critics are right, in that this film is superiour to the first Brady Bunch movie. You have to understand going into this the premise that in these films, our world is current, but the Brady household is still stuck in the 1970s, wearing the clothing, speaking the slang, singing the music, and thinking the same types of thoughts as the characters in the TV series. This movie, however, moves a step beyond the first one, which, while well-done, was essentially a one-joke film, namely the premise described above. Here, we start to explore things. Greg and Marcia aren't REALLY brother and sister, and didn't Barry Williams and Maureen McCormick act like there was something going on between them? Hmmm. The film explores that. This film is also superior to the first in that the world of the now surrounding the Bradys this time is even more repulsive than in the first, in terms of the scam artist played by Tim Matheson, posing as Carol's first husband. RuPaul as the high school guidance counselor? (A carryover from the first film.) There is a lot to spell out the differences between the Bradys and the world of the 1990s. As with the first film, don't look at this for some great statement (though in essence, it DOES have a very profound subtext), sit back and enjoy the show. Enjoy the musical numbers, too. This film gives the Brady kids more of an opportunity to belt out those same songs of Greg's. And if you're too well-versed in television, you'll even recognize elements from "The Brady Kids" cartoon series in one key comedy segment."
A Brady Bunch Review
Lindsay Grey | Massachusetts | 11/29/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A Very Brady Sequel is a funny spoof of the shows premeired on television in the 70's. It features the bradys living in the 90's, but stuck in the 70's. Such as when a soliciter calls up offering the family cable service, Mr. Brady says: "So, you're saying I can connect a wire to my TV and in will come 50 channels? I don't think so, good bye." The main event of the movie is when Mrs. Brady's old husband comes back. Really, he is an imposter but the bradys do not notice. When he whisks Mrs. Brady off to Hawaii, Mr. Brady decides to teach him a lesson on kindness. This is a funny movie and good entertainment."