Meatballs Part II

  • 1984
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

Another sequel that has absolutely nothing to do with the original film other than tacking "Part II" onto the title. Flash (John Mengatti) is a tough city youth sent, as part of his probation, to Camp Sasquatch to act as a counselor. There, he meets sweet, naive Cheryl (Kim Richards). Hershey (Hamilton Camp) is the evil head of a rival recreation spot,...read more

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Another sequel that has absolutely nothing to do with the original film other than tacking "Part II" onto the title. Flash (John Mengatti) is a tough city youth sent, as part of his probation, to Camp Sasquatch to act as a counselor. There, he meets sweet, naive Cheryl (Kim Richards).

Hershey (Hamilton Camp) is the evil head of a rival recreation spot, aided by a homosexual assistant (John Larroquette). Mixed into the slight story are the usual anatomy gags and camp hijinks, along with a subplot involving the cheapest-looking movie alien this side of ROBOT MONSTER. The

difference between this movie and the original is Bill Murray, whose charm gave the first film its best moments and raised the mediocre plot into something mindless but sweet. Here the characters are stereotypes. Perhaps the only reason to see the picture is for Paul Reubens, who has a relatively

minor part. The ad campaign for the film promoted him as a leading player based on the success of his cult character "Pee Wee Herman," though he doesn't portray that oddball here.

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  • Released: 1984
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Another sequel that has absolutely nothing to do with the original film other than tacking "Part II" onto the title. Flash (John Mengatti) is a tough city youth sent, as part of his probation, to Camp Sasquatch to act as a counselor. There, he meets sweet,… (more)

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