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Probably The Worst Movie Ever Made!

  • Jul 21, 2009
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Most great movies should not come up with a sequel and Grease is one of them. I just could not believe my senses when I saw this movie. It is SO BAD I felt like hurting myself just to ease the pain. By the time the bowling ally song came up, I had to pause the movie and go take a bath because I felt so dirty. I actually had to wash my eyes and ears with soap. The plot was stupid, the acting was HORRIBLE, and the songs... Oh, God the songs... I shudder just to think about it. Do yourself a favor and skip this movie. I'm sure they play it 24/7 in hell.

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July 21, 2009
I agree. Terrible sequel!!! You should check out @drifter51's review of the original Grease. That was truly fantastic and one of my favorite movies.
 
July 21, 2009
Funny as much as I loved Grease I never saw this sequel. Guess I suspected what you found out.
 
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Grease 2 (1982) is the sequel to the musical film Grease (1978), which was itself based upon the musical by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Grease 2 was produced by Allan Carr and Robert Stigwood, and directed and choreographed by Patricia Birch, the choreographer of the first film. The sequel was set at the fictional Rydell High School (also the setting for the first film), but featured an entirely new set of main characters, led by unknown young actors Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfeiffer. The film reversed the social characteristics of the first film's romantic leads (played by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John), so that in the sequel, the boy (Caulfield) was the bookish milquetoast, while the girl (Pfeiffer) was the hip greaser groupie, a Pink Lady.

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