Poison Ivy II: Lily (Unrated & R-Rated Versions)
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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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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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Love the series, but after only 1 or 2 uses, disks in perfect condition, like perfect mirrors, sometimes won't play, or they freeze in the middle of watching. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darkshaman
Adults only is my view. Not much in story lines. These are films designed probably for one's prurient interest and even then they miss the mark. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ivanhoe
I've just saw PV1.
There is no nude shot at all but it was shot beautifully and Drew was acting quite good. Read more
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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...
Nov 22, 2006 by The Movieman | See all 3 posts