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A Very Brady Sequel 1996

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Mike (Gary Cole) is a planning a surprise wedding anniversary party for Carol (Shelly Long) - until Carol's long-lost first husband, Roy (Tim Matheson), shows up to shake the family tree. When Roy whisks Carol off to Hawaii, the Bradys take off in pursuit - for fun, sun and the adventure of their lives.

Starring:
Shelley Long, Gary Cole
Runtime:
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director Arlene Sanford
Starring Shelley Long, Gary Cole
Supporting actors Christopher Daniel Barnes, Christine Taylor, Paul Sutera, Jennifer Elise Cox, Jesse Lee Soffer, Olivia Hack, Henriette Mantel, Tim Matheson, Whip Hubley, Whitney Rydbeck, Sue Casey, Gregory White, RuPaul, Diana Theodore, David Ramsey, Phil Buckman, Steven Gilborn, Michael D. Weatherred
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By J. E. Monaghan on August 25, 2007
Format: VHS Tape
Pretty funny film, I must admit. One of the best scenes is on the plane to Hawaii when Greg (Johnny Bravo)Brady picks up his guitar & breaks out into a song. In another five seconds, the passengers would have handed him a parachute & shown him to the emergency exit.

True, the critics trashed this film, but hey..this IS a Brady Bunch movie, not 'Citizen Kane.' It's not something you watch for social commentary.
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Format: DVD
Another of the rare breed of sequels-better-than-the-original movies, A Very Brady Sequel continues with the idea of the 70's Brady's being stuck in the present (in this case, the mid-90's) from the first film. While the original movie was very funny (grunge music nonwithstanding), the total lack of a plot was a pretty obvious hole.

This time around we're actually treated to a decent storyline (as relative as can be to the entire Brady aura, that is) involving Mrs. Brady's first, long-lost husband, Roy. This adds a whole additional avenue for laughs as we now have an straight outsider thrust directly into the everyday realm of the Bradys. As he tries to enact his nefarious scheme, he's dragged kicking and screaming through their loopy antics, breakout songs and Mr. Brady's lectures.

The same Brady cast returns and they're as spot-on as ever. A bulk of the laughs continue to go to insecure Jan, as she tries to convince everyone she's a viable person. A new "incest" angle is introduced between Greg and Marcia ("Does this mean we're not really brother and sister?") that plays very well throughout. Tim Matheson is an excellent addition as Roy Brady, and he gets some scene stealing parts as well, particularly when he ends up "tripping with the Bradys".

While Sam seems to have disappeared in this one, we do see a couple of other Brady icons who seemed to have been missed in the first movie, though blink and you'll miss them. Surprisingly no real-life cameos in this one.

As with the first movie, the more familiar you are with the TV series the more you will enjoy this movie. If you've never watched the Bradys then you'll probably want to skip these movies as most of the laughs are derived from inside references to the episodes, but if you have, then this is highly recommended and one of my faves.
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Format: DVD
I'd been trying to track down this hilarious sequel for a long time and randomly found it marked down to $5.50 at Target last week. A fan of the first one, but I have to say the sequel's even funnier. I'm not sure why. Maybe because of the scene with Alice and Roy (Tim Matheson) when Alice puts the mushrooms she finds in his bag in his dinner and he completely trips out. Whatever the case, pure cheesy entertainment awaits you with A Very Brady Sequel. Just like in the first one, the world has changed all around the Brady's, but the Brady's are very much the same. In this movie however, Carol's supposedly deceased husband Roy comes back into their lives, explaining that he didn't die in his archaeological adventures a few years back and had been hanging on to the hope that his wife Carol and their daughters, Cindy, Jan & Marsha would be there waiting for him. But Roy isn't who he seems...he's really Roy's evil assistant using Roy's name after his death to get to this horse statue the real Roy sent to Carol for safekeeping before he died. "Roy" is just out to get this horse, worth millions of dollars. The Brady's initially welcome him in, as per grand Brady tradition. But soon they find out there's more to "Roy" than they thought. The whole movie is just plain silly, but great because of that. If you enjoyed making fun of the Brady's as you grew up and you're in need of mindless entertainment, this sequel is for you. Enjoy!
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This is just a great, cheesy, and very funny movie! The director has taken all of the "stand-out" moments in the original series and uses them in the movie with big tongue-in-cheek finesse! Bravo! Even better than the series!
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Format: VHS Tape
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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