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NuclearPlanet

I Love Wednesday...She's the malicious best friend everybody dreams off.
12 years 4 months ago
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poiatica

This movie is brilliant - not to mention has some tremendous moments of social criticism, especially in the summer camp bits!
12 years 9 months ago
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eoveikur

Great sequel.
13 years ago
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metermouse

Love this movie, though not as many great lines with Gomez as there were in the first one.
13 years 5 months ago
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Alias

Funny, if a bit hit-and-miss
13 years 7 months ago
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Cern

love both of these movies
13 years 10 months ago
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kombelpeter

Great humour!
13 years 10 months ago
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brerandy

Probably my favourite film comedy-wise, so superior to the first one, and Debbie is just amazing.
13 years 12 months ago
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Diogo_Sabino

great movie ^^
14 years 1 month ago
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peppy-girls

supr
14 years 10 months ago
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Siskoid

Addams Family Values has a very similar plot to the first film - someone who fits rather well with the Family infiltrates it to steal its money - but it's a little nastier, though that's not really why I don't give Values as high a rating as 1991's effort. No, I think it's a weaker film because the Addamses are separated into subgroups as of the second act. Fester is trapped in the A plot with the black widow. Gomez and Morticia (whose key lighting is overdone here) are at home worrying about their new baby. Granny is recast as Carol Kane, which seems a waste since she has little to do. And while there are memorable moments throughout and in every subplot, this sequel will be best remembered for Wedesday and Pugsley at summer camp. It's a real highlight, taking aim at rich white privilege in a way that seems like it was written yesterday, not almost 20 years ago. It also includes tween David Krumholtz who has since become a staple character actor. And hey, they don't slap us with the bad hip-hop until the closing credits, but boy, is that a terrible track!
10 months 1 week ago
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imokaylarry

Perhaps not quite as good as the original but it holds up well. The problem perhaps with both films are that they are essentially just riffing off one joke, and while they do this brilliantly, the plots themselves don’t really add much depth. Which is a shame because beyond that I can’t flaw either of the films: brilliantly cast and genuinely funny throughout. The actors all nail their roles and find just the right tone - you won’t find anyone here taking it too seriously. Huston and Ricci transcend the silliness of their roles to create sublime, immortal characters.
2 years 8 months ago
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heat_

Very nice one. Better than expected for sure. Nice sarcasm all around the movie.
4 years 7 months ago
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Earring72

Very funny sequel, hadn't seen it in years but still holds up!
4 years 11 months ago
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Dieguito

It honors the original one
13 years ago

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