Oh God! Book II

  • 1980
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

This is a weak follow-up to OH, GOD, with everyone from the original film except George Burns departed from the cast. It took five writers to concoct this tepid dish, in which cute tyke Tracy (Louanne) runs into God (Burns) at a Chinese restaurant. God doesn't like the way things are going on earth and thinks kids could straighten out the mess. The daughter...read more

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This is a weak follow-up to OH, GOD, with everyone from the original film except George Burns departed from the cast. It took five writers to concoct this tepid dish, in which cute tyke Tracy (Louanne) runs into God (Burns) at a Chinese restaurant. God doesn't like the way things are going

on earth and thinks kids could straighten out the mess. The daughter of an advertising man (David Birney), Tracy invents a "Think God" campaign, enlists a lot of other children in a crusade, and finds herself in a real mess. The picture is very talky, and the gags all fall flat. Director Gilbert

Cates was responsible for a number of fine and sensitive films, including I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER, but stumbles here. Some gratuitous profanity also mars this "family film."

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  • Released: 1980
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: This is a weak follow-up to OH, GOD, with everyone from the original film except George Burns departed from the cast. It took five writers to concoct this tepid dish, in which cute tyke Tracy (Louanne) runs into God (Burns) at a Chinese restaurant. God doe… (more)

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