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  • Actors: Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty, Lloyd Bridges, Raymond Burr, Chuck Connors
  • Directors: Ken Finkleman
  • Writers: Ken Finkleman, Al Jean, Mike Reiss
  • Producers: Howard W. Koch, Mel Dellar
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: October 24, 2000
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004Y62X
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,639 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Airplane II: The Sequel" on IMDb

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There's a mad bomber on board, the first lunar shuttle is about to self-destruct, the engines are not working, and - worst of all - the flight crew discovers they are completely out of coffee! It's the high flying lunacy of Airplane! all over again as Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty fly totally out of the ozone to recreate their hilarious original roles. The crew of crazies include Peter Graves, Lloyd Bridges, William Shatner, Chad Everett, Sonny Bono, Raymond Burr and many others. Can Hays save the day again - without caffeine? Fasten you seatbelts for a ride you'll never forget - Airplane II: The Sequel.

Customer Reviews

Just a good old funny movie, I liked Airplane so this was a natural selection.
Charles
The larger problem is that there is a little too much plot and that some of the jokes are dated or simply no longer funny.
William D. Shingleton
AIRPLANE II: THE SEQUEL is much more than just a parody of Hollywood disaster film or a sequel.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Lavino on August 7, 2004
Format: DVD
Okay, we all know this isn't the best sequel out there but it has its moments. However I find it SHAMEFUL that this version is missing many scenes that are shown on TV. (Simon in escape pod, Sonny Bono's reason for being on the flight, The Sarge explaining potential bomb damage, Striker reading 'Modern Electronics', the list goes on!) Why leave out scenes on a DVD is beyond me.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Dunman on January 30, 2006
Format: DVD
The DVD release of the classic comedy film has restored many scenes missing from both TV showings and the original VHS release, though at the unprecedented cost of random pieces throughout the movie. While several jokes will be new to those seeing the DVD for the first time (many sexual and drug related), fans of the other formats of the movie will no doubt be scratching their heads as scenes go by without memorable bits.

With the trend of jamming every possible thing onto a DVD release, it's baffling that this movie would be released with scenes missing from it. That and the conspicuous lack of special features tarnishes a true great among comedy movies.

Disappointing.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Low-Ranking Reviewer on July 2, 2008
Format: DVD
Movie :
Original Airplane + variations of the same jokes + Battlestar Galactica theme + William Shatner = a very good sequel. I think Einstein came up with that equation and i would have to agree. I enjoyed Airplane 2 as much as the first, if not more believe it or not, just for reasons mentioned above(your mileage may vary). The sequel is just basically more of the same taking place on a space shuttle.

DVD :
But you can find better, more in-depth, scholarly reviews of the film from others. I'm here to discuss the new "I love the 80's" dvd version. Not much to discuss really. It's an 84 minute(the cut version), bare bones, widescreen edition with basic chapter/set-up options(english or french audio and english subtitles)...and that's it. Picture quality is not that good. So it's not a special or new edition by any means, unless you count new cover art as special cause i don't. If you got a previous version, no need to update.

CD :
However, i picked up my copy for $7.50 at a certain retail outfit with the bullseye logo(ok it was Target, they're affiliated with Amazon so i think it's ok to mention them). They had a section dedicated to this 'new' 80's dvd series and every one of them had a sticker for it advertising a free bonus "limited edition cd". There are only 4 songs on it, but 4 very good choices :
Echo & the Bunnymen's "Lips Like Sugar" (awesome)
Erasure's "Chains of Love" (excellent)
INXS's "Need You Tonight" (very cool)
A-Ha's "Take On Me" (never heard of it)

Overall :
The movie i recommend as a comedy or if you enjoyed the first and basically want more.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. H. Roberts on June 10, 2003
Format: DVD
In reading the list of reviews posted here, it's clear that many who have reviewed this film, just plain don't get it. For starters, Airplane One is perhaps the greatest comedy every made. To put this movie down by comparing it to the original is like saying every new film that comes out stinks because it's not quite as good as Citizen Kane.
The second mistake people make is to point out the places where this movie continues jokes from Airplane 1. These items are re-used for one simple reason, BECAUSE THEY WERE HILARIOUS!!! One thing to remember is that in '80 & '82, VCRs and rental stores had not completely taken root in popular culture. When this movie came out in 1982, it's not like the fans of the first had been sitting around watching the video over and over again for a year leading up to it-- They had been sitting around for two years talking about the funniest movie they had ever seen. They continued the humor in the same way that Saturday Night Live did A LOT more than ONE episode of Hans and Franz, or Chris Farley's motivational speaker.
If you buy this movie, just watch it, and enjoy it; not for what it isn't, but what it is. Slapstick has never been done as well as in the two Airplane movies.
"Check it bleed, the bro was ON! Didn't trip, but the folks was freakin' man! Hey, and the pilots were laid to the bone, holmes! So blood hammered out and jammed jip, sheeeeet...Tighented that bad sucka 'side the runway like a mutha... Sheeeet (golly)."
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By William D. Shingleton on June 29, 2006
Format: DVD
Airplane II: The Sequel is a funny film, though it is only a shadow of the original. Whereas the first Airplane! was a spoof of the 70s disaster movie, the sequel sends up science fiction, with a particular emphasis on 2001: A Space Odyssey, with some Star Trek thrown in thanks to the welcome addition of William Shatner.

Airplane II succeeds in places where most sequels, particularly sequels of spoofs, fail. It does not simply recycle the gags from the previous film, although there are a few moments such as the recurrence of Ted Striker (Robert Hays)'s drinking problem that are lifted directly from the original. Airplane II stays close to its disaster roots by having a computer kill off the crew, leaving Striker to try to save the day and win back Elaine (Julie Hagerty). Shakespeare it's not, but enough of a plot is there to keep this from just being a collection of one-liners and sight gags.

The larger problem is that there is a little too much plot and that some of the jokes are dated or simply no longer funny. The Rocky poster and the Japanese couple with dozens of cameras were probably funny when this film was released in 1982, but with the decline of Sly and the end of ethnic stereotype as comedy, these bits fall a bit flat. Similarly, the comedy inherent in having Sonny Bono as the bumbling terrorist is lost when you are working with a generation that thinks of Bono as the late Congressman from California.

The problem of sparsely spaced-out gags is probably a result of the cut. Some of my favorite scenes, such as McCrosky (Lloyd Bridges) being hospitalized because he thinks he's Lloyd Bridges, have been cut out. Similarly, Leslie Nielson, a star in the first film, is not in Airplane II at all and the role of Johnny (Steven Strucker) is greatly reduced.
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