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  • Actors: Alyssa Milano, Johnathon Schaech, Xander Berkeley, Belinda Bauer, Camilla Belle
  • Directors: Anne Goursaud
  • Writers: Chloe King
  • Producers: Amy Labowitz, Catalaine Knell, Melissa Goddard, Paul Hertzberg, Peter Morgan
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Letterboxed, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 2, 1999
  • Run Time: 108 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0780627784
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #208,556 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Poison Ivy II: Lily (Unrated & R-Rated Versions)" on IMDb

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  • Includes both the unrated version (108 minutes, Letterbox, English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround) and the R rated version (106 minutes, Full Frame 1.33:1, English Dolby Digital Surround)

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Alyssa Milano plays Lily, a Good Girl who moves to LA to attend art school and discovers a secret diary belonging to Ivy, from the previous movie. (That plot point alone should warn you that Poison Ivy 2 bears, at best, a distant resemblance to the original, and more's the pity.) Inspired by Ivy's "philosophy" of pushing all boundaries, Lily decides to explore the dark side of herself, which basically boils down to her chasing after a petulant, self-absorbed sculptor (Johnathon Schaech) and in turn being chased by her leacherous, self-absorbed art teacher. The point of movies like Ivy 2 is to have some fun, a few thrills, and we're done, thank you very much. But the filmmakers felt obliged to lard this thing up with ponderous pretension and Artistic Angst. The result is sort of a cross between Bikini Med School and La Notte, with a happy ending tacked on. Bleh. Milano tries her best to inject a little life and humanity into the proceedings, but it's an uphill climb all the way. --Geof Miller

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Poison Ivy Ii: Lily

Customer Reviews

I strongly believe Drew acts better in drama movies then funny movies.
Sugga40827
Only Alyssa Milano addicts will find anything worth salvaging in this mess, everyone else should just act like this movie doesn't exist.
Kevin H. Dudley
If seduction movies are your thing I suggest watching the first and maybe the second as its so so.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 28, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
Although lacking the depth, perceptive characterisation and strong performances of the original POISON IVY (which was, essentially, a story about teenage alienation and loneliness rather than the erotic thriller it was billed as), this is a decent sequel with much to commend it. It's main asset is Alyssa Milano, who is stunningly sexy, gorgeous and convincing in the lead role. She dominates the movie, though its very nicely directed by Anne Goursand, who brings the same visual style and sheen she brought to EMBRACE OF THE VAMPIRE. It's a compelling, erotic drama that's a must for all lovers of Alyssa.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J. McHenry on March 11, 2007
Format: DVD
It's simple - Jaime Pressly in the hottest thing she ever did. These kinds of films are often all gong and no dinner, but not in the case of "The New Seduction". You'll flip your toupee watching it, or I'll eat my shorts. Also, Ms. Milano makes the second entry watchable. What's that? Don't care for the plot, music, story, acting, etc.? Just turn the sound down and enjoy. Get'chr priorities straight, son.
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By IntrepidVoyager on January 3, 2002
Format: DVD
The movie was a good thriller, if you are looking for Nudity, the Unrated version could easily have passed for PG. Get "Embrace of the Vampire" if you want good nude sceens of Alyssa Milano.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Hype Currie on July 10, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
in the 1990's, actresses Drew Barrymore (Charlie's Angels), Alyssa Milano (Charmed), and Jaime Pressly (My Name is Earl) each headlined the erotic thrillers represented here, the "Poison Ivy Trilogy".

PLOT SPOILERS CONTAINED
In the first film, Barrymore is a voluptuous teen with a mysterious past. New to the school she now attends, she befriends a nerdy girl, Sylvie, who comes from a wealthy family: Her father is a prominent but controversial TV anchor, and her mother, formerly a socialite who is stricken with emphysema at middle age, and getting worse. Sylvie and "Ivy" (a name Sylvie abruptly chooses based on a tattoo she sees on her) become fast friends, and she soon starts living with Sylvie's family, becoming a 'play' sister. But Ivy has more in mind than just hanging out with her new buddy. The sexually precocious Ivy wants to seduce Sylvie's father and take her mom out of the picture. From there, a series of shocking events take place, as the mystery of Ivy starts to creep up on Sylvie.

POISON IVY 2
Alyssa Milano is Lily, a struggling artist who somehow stumbles upon the diaries of Ivy-- and then begins applying Ivy's "life lessons" to her own heretofore humdrum existence, with surprising-- and highly sexualized-- results..

POISON IVY 3
Apparently, "Ivy" was the real name of the girl in part 1-- here we see her, with younger sister Violet, as the playmates of Joy Greer. Ivy and Violet's mom is the housekeeper for the Greer family. She is also apparently the secret lover of Mr. Greer. The girls' mom also has a lover on the side-- who decides to have a 'nooner' at the Greer's residence-- but Mr. Greer comes home early, and everyone's deceit is laid out in the open.. naturally, Mrs.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Martin on August 21, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
If you love Alyssa Milano then you will love her in this movie. If you don't like her then you will hate it. Milano is absolutely stunning and does very well from innocnet Lily to seductress Lily. Unfortunatly the script is awful and the movie drags on and on.Alyssa doesn't even get the pleasure of working with talented actors which could have made the movie better.Xander Berkely is awful and unappealing as the art teacher and I cringed whenever he was in a scene. Jonathan Scheach did what he could in a role that had no substance whatsoever. This film is shot beautifully and the director does everything she can to make Alyssa look beautiful in every shot. As I said if your an Alyssa fan get this movie, if your a fan of Poison Ivy with Drew Barrymore, just watch that one again.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 24, 2000
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This movies plot was auwful, and the acting was even worse but the multiple shots of Alyssa Milanos breasts made it all worth while. They are beautiful, and so is she.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bawko on June 7, 2000
Format: DVD
I guess different people have different expectations of a movie labeled an "erotic thriller". Many people probably watch this movie for the breast shots of Milano, and they won't be disappointed. However, this movie has far more depth than just a showcase for the VERY talented actress and her fine body, it actually has a rather well done plot and a cast of excellent actors as well ! Each character seems to have been perfectly cast for their perspective role, and the story is unpredictable and rather unusual for an erotic thriller. Don't expect the usual tired seductress/broken hearted seductee sleep-a-thon here, this movie actually has plot twists and an interesting story line. I would say that this is the best movie of the 3 movie "Poison Ivy" series, and enthusiastically give it 5 stars.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By "anonymuschicken" on October 21, 2003
Format: DVD
Okay, so I didn't understand this movie at all. It's suppose to be about a young woman named Lily, who moves to a big college but just doesn't fit in (although, she has female friends and a bunch of guys are clamoring to date her, so I'm not exactly sure how they define "fit in" in this movie). Then, she finds Ivy's old diary ("Ivy" as in "Poison Ivy", the evil seductress chick from the first movie) and starts reading it, and becomes seduced by it's promises of lust and power or whatever.
The thing that's ridiculous about this movie is, all the guys in it are already trying to seduce her long before she starts dressing slutty and declares herself a seductress. I'm serious. Her first "prey", a fellow college student who's a sculptor, tries to seduce her while she's still innocent but after they kiss, she runs away. Then she reads the diary, cuts her hair, puts on some slutty clothes, goes back and finds him and "seduces" him. Honestly, I don't think he even noticed any difference.
Then there's her art teacher. Now, the first Poison Ivy movie was about Drew Berrymore moving in with her friend and then seducing that friend's father and tearing the family apart, as evidenced by the picture on the front of the box of a family photograph being ripped in half. So on the box for Poison Ivy 2, they try to imply the same thing by showing a photograph of the art teacher along with his wife and daughter, and the photograph is being ripped in half. What's funny is, the very first scene in the movie is of the art teacher having sex with another one of his art students but then deciding she's no fun any more and he needs to find a new student to seduce. The art teacher's daughter, who's like five, only comes into play when he hires Lily to baby-sit, in a move to seduce her.
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unrated and R?
I just got mine, and on the back it says all three are unrated. However, be warned, they're also all in Full Screen. I already owned the third Poison Ivy and I know for a fact that widescreen is available, so why New Line only provided Full Screen is beyond me...
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