Comparing to the darker R-Rated original. This sequel is certainly lighter in tone and it is much more sillier. But the comedic chemistry between the prankster cops Oscar-Winner:Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez still makes it fun to watch. But this time, Rosie O'Donnell is added as their forced partner from the distract attoney office. When they have an new Stakeout job by spying at a lake house in Seattle. It wasn't a box office hit like the original, probably due of many Summer hits of 1993 or it was taken too long to make another one. O'Donnell gets an few good laughs here. But the movie highlight is inviting their neighbors (The people are supposed to watch) for a late supper goes from bad to worse to hysterical funny. It is most memorable scene of the picture and Madeleine Stowe as Dreyfuss's girlfriend from the original is uncredited in a small part.
The Blu-ray has an clean anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1) 1080P transfer and an good DTS 2.0 HD sound. The Blu-ray has no special features. The story turns into a mess towards the end but director John Badham (Who directed the first one) makes it entertaining enough to forgive the story flaws. If you love the first one, you will find yourself entertained by this one. Panavision. Grade:B+ for the movie. Grade:A- for the Picture Quality. Grade:B+ for the Sound Quality.