La Cage Aux Folles II is a terrific sequel, a rare treat that closely duplicates the charm of the original, while being a completely different film. This time around, the couple unwillingly get involved in a spy ring, with murder, mayhem, and one funne chase after another ensuing. The casting is pricless, with Michel Serrault even funnier as Albin, the main attraction of the elegant cabaret, "La Cage Aux Folles." Ugo Tognazzi is also terrific as his partner Renato, and their comic misadventures are a pure joy to watch. This is 100 minutes of pure escapism; hilarious, entertaining, and touching. While the escapades are taken to the extreme, these are real people with real emotions, which makes them all the better to watch. Any gay man can relate to Albin's feelings of being unloved and unaccepted and Renato trying to be the macho man in a homophobic society. The film is entertaining from start to finish, a wonderful way to spend an evening. Make some popcorn and enjoy!