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A Very Brady Sequel (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Shelley Long, Gary Cole, Tim Matheson, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Christine Taylor
  • Directors: Arlene Sanford
  • Writers: Deborah Kaplan, Harry Elfont, James Berg, Sherwood Schwartz, Stan Zimmerman
  • Producers: Alan Ladd Jr., Kelliann Ladd
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: June 10 2003
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008Z459

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A Very Brady Sequel

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This second ironic send-up of the old Sherwood Schwartz sitcom is even funnier than The Brady Bunch Movie. Shelley Long and Gary Cole return as the married heads of the merged family known as the Bradys, and Christopher Daniel Barnes and Christine Taylor reprise their roles as eldest stepsiblings Greg and Marcia. As with the first film, the clever premise finds the Brady clan caught in a kind of '70s time warp, while the rest of the world has moved well into the '90s. Greg is still looking for a "groovy girlfriend," Mr. Brady thinks the idea of a cable that sends 50 channels to one's TV set must be a joke, and Mrs. Brady spends hours at the beauty shop only to look exactly the same as she went in. There's a plot involving an imposter (Tim Matheson) who claims to be Carol's long-lost husband, but the real charge in this comedy comes from the way these pseudohip characters deal with sexual taboos (is there any real reason that Greg and Marcia shouldn't get it on?) and the incredulous reactions of other people. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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"A Very Brady Sequel," directed by Arlene Sanford, continues the comic adventures of the recast Brady clan (headed by Shelley Long as Carol and Gary Cole as Mike). Like the preceding film, this is a campy but affectionate riff on the original "Brady Bunch" television series.
In "Sequel," a man claiming to be Roy Martin (Carol's first husband) enters the Brady's lives. It's a bizarre situation (unthinkable as a plot in the original series!), and Carol and the bunch must figure out how to deal with this challenge to their established family. Clever twists on plot points from the original series are interwoven as subplots in the film; Jan's imaginary boyfriend, for example, is a key running gag (which has a marvelous resolution, and well showcases Jennifer Elise Cox's comic appeal). Another key subplot involves an unexpected attraction between step-siblings Greg (Christopher Daniel Barnes) and Marcia (Christine Taylor); the filmmakers, I believe, keep this potentially kinky theme within the bounds of good taste.
"Sequel" continues the first film's running gag that the Bradys are stuck in a sort of 70s time warp, and are oblivious to 90s culture. Some of this "fish-out-of-water" humor is weak; the movie Bradys are at their best and funniest, I believe, when they are wholly in their own groovy element. The cast members seem really comfortable in their roles, and have a great chemistry together. As an ensemble they hit just the right balance between campiness and genuine familial affection.
Overall, "Sequel" gave me lots of smiles and chuckles, and the 70s-style costumes provided constant visual appeal. If you're a long-time Brady fan (like me!), don't miss it.
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I must say when I first heard about the Brady Bunch having a movie, I thought.....why ? But after seeing it, I was pleasantly surprised at how they poked fun at the innocence of the family. I found it clever how they put them in the 90's with the same woredrobes and attitudes they had in the tv show. The original throws in unexpected gags and inside jokes that, for instance, the next door neighbor is attracted to all the Brady boys and would obvious take advantage of one if she could, Marsha is full of herself and the guys don't only want her but some girls do too, lol. Oh plus Jan is just a Psycho, lol.
With all that said, now to the squel, it takes all those little things and improves on them. For instance there's a sick relationship between Marsha and Greg involving where they start finding themselves attracted to each other. Which in itself offers some pretty funny scenes. Tim Matheson (Animal House, 1941) is a good improvement to the sequel as Mr.s Bradie's so called missing husband. The best scene with him is when Alice mistakes his bag of swooms for just playing mushrooms and puts them in his spegetti. That's a funny scene but it probably would of been funnier if the Bradies ate some too, lol.
Well in all the Brady Bunch movies aren't exactly like the tv show .....obviously, which makes them more enjoyable, especially this sequel. Now if only they would get released on dvd.
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I must say when I first heard about the Brady Bunch having a movie, I thought.....why ? But after seeing it, I was pleasantly surprised at how they poked fun at the innocence of the family. I found it clever how they put them in the 90's with the same woredrobes and attitudes they had in the tv show. The original throws in unexpected gags and inside jokes that, for instance, the next door neighbor is attracted to all the Brady boys and would obvious take advantage of one if she could, Marsha is full of herself and the guys don't only want her but some girls do too, lol. Oh plus Jan is just a Psycho, lol.
With all that said, now to the squel, it takes all those little things and improves on them. For instance there's a sick relationship between Marsha and Greg involving where they start finding themselves attracted to each other. Which in itself offers some pretty funny scenes. Tim Matheson (Animal House, 1941) is a good improvement to the sequel as Mr.s Bradie's so called missing husband. The best scene with him is when Alice mistakes his bag of swooms for just playing mushrooms and puts them in his spegetti. That's a funny scene but it probably would of been funnier if the Bradies ate some too, lol.
Well in all the Brady Bunch movies aren't exactly like the tv show .....obviously, which makes them more enjoyable, especially this sequel. Now if only they would get released on dvd.
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By A Customer on Aug. 4 2001
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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!
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