Weekend at Bernie's II

1993

Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy

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IMDb Rating 4.8 10 12310

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Director

Cast

Gary Dourdan as Cartel Man #2
Andrew McCarthy as Larry Wilson
Barry Bostwick as Arthur Hummel
Jonathan Silverman as Richard Parker
720p.BLU
815.19 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
PG
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
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Reviewed by insomniac_rod 5 / 10

Goofy sequel. Very early 90's style.

This sequel was more goofy-humor oriented than the original that had tongue in cheek humor mixed with black comedy.

In this sequel you can't forget about quality because you will get insanity instead. There is no need to tell that the plot is a total joke that deals reviving Bernie with voodoo. Could that work?! Well, it does but the results are not very favorable. We get silly situations mixed with the main character's stupidity surrounded by a goofy vibe.

This sequel should only be recommended for HUGE fans of the original. If not, stay away from it because it's not even half as funny as the original.

At least, Jonathan Silverman, Andrew McCarthy and Terry Kiser are back. They're the best thing from this almost-mess.

If nostalgia is a common denominator in your film experience, then you should watch it; otherwise, it should be kept as an obscure sequel.

Reviewed by darkmanishere990 7 / 10

Not The Best But Not That Bad Either!

First of all, let me say that the first "Weeeknd At Bernie's" is a tough movie to "follow up." The premise (while by the end of the first movie it may have seemed worn out) was fresh for its time and the humor was totally there. As for the sequel, I was glad to see Richard and Larry still hanging out together. It was also nice to see that their characters didn't change much. Richard was still the brains behind the operation and Larry was still as crazy as ever. Yes the plot was kind of silly (to put it mildly) and the whole voo-doo thing was kind of lame. However, the 2 people chasing Larry and Richard added some new humor to this film that the first movie kind of lacked. Who made the movie? Well Bernie DUH! Bernie provides lots of good laughs with his silly dancing, and even though he is dead, he brought lots of life to this movie at times. Beyond that, the music in this film really helped it along. With the music, it really made you wish you could go on a vacation wherever the boys were at. To put it another way, the music REALLY helped this film. While this movie isn't the greatest comedy ever, it really does not deserve all the horrible things people say about it. Richard, Larry and Bernie make this film worth watching at least once. Now if only they would have made a soundtrack to go with the movie. And before you ask, yes the music was that good! :)

Reviewed by disdressed12 8 / 10

sequel surpasses the original and moves in a very different direction

you know,I'm a bit mystified.this sequel to the original has an even lower rating.for my money,this movie surpasses the first one.we have the three main characters,Richard and Larry(Jonathon Silverman,Andrew McCarthy)and of course,the dead guy,Bernie(Terry Kiser)however,the difference is this movie has a better story,and although it could still be called a black comedy,it has a lighter tone to it,and is hysterically funny quite often,thanks largely to Kiser,who brings a whole nother(i swear it's a real word)dimension to the dead guy.there are more pratfalls and physical comedy in this movie.there is a sort of running gag involvong Barry Bostwick's character,which is quite amusing.i won't say too much about the plot,except that it continues pretty much right from where the first one ended.also,this movie is not a rehash of the first,but rather goes in a different and very creative(in my mind)direction.as a matter of fact,i kinda was hoping a third one would be made,just to see what they could do with it.anyway,i give "Weekend at Bernie's 2" a strong 8./10

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