Grease 2 (1982)

35% – Critics
53% – Audience

Grease 2 Storyline

A British student at a 1960s American high school must prove himself to the leader of a girls’ gang whose members can only date greasers.

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Grease 2 Movie Reviews

One of the worst movie musicals

Not the worst mind you, my bottom three are Xanadu, Can’t Stop the Music and Mame. But Grease 2 is down there with the worst. As a lover of musicals and of music and film in general, I disliked this movie significantly. Just for the record, I really like Grease, it isn’t in my top 250 nor is it my favourite movie musical, plus it is a movie that has grown on me over-time, but it was good spirited, energetic, nostalgic fun with fun performances and great songs and choreography.

Grease 2 has very little of that. In fact, it is almost the exact anti-thesis of Grease, it is dull, lifeless and predictable with poor songs and forgettable performances. The only real point of interest is Michelle Pfeiffer, while her acting and singing is nothing amazing she does look gorgeous and does try, bless her heart. It is just a shame that the other performers are so lacking in chemistry and energy, and she and the cast are further disadvantaged by songs with irritating lyrics and unmemorable melodies, barely tolerable singing(I’ve heard worse such as in Mame and At Long Last Love but it is still bad here) and slip-shod choreography.

The dialogue is also very embarrassing, there isn’t a witty or quotable line here, in fact I found myself rolling my eyes at some of the cheesiness. The story is predictable, badly paced and dull as well, and spoiled by cardboard characters who don’t interact with each other very well at all. Worst is the direction, it is absolutely wretched. Patricia Birch doesn’t seem to have an idea how to direct this movie, and when anything interesting or worthwhile happened which was occasionally, it is spontaneously hampered by some hideous camera shots.

All in all, a mess of not only a musical but of a film. 2/10 Bethany Cox

The “G” That Stands For Grease

The tenuous connection between this film and the first Grease is established right at the beginning of the film when Didi Conn one of four cast members repeating their roles approaches young Maxwell Caulfield who is a British exchange student. Although in the previous film Olivia Newton St. John’s foreign speech pattern is not explained, it’s explained here Caulfield is her cousin. What’s Conn still doing in school, I guess she just likes hanging around Rydell High even though now she’s a beautician.

Caulfield’s a smart kid, so of course the hood types led by Adrian Zmed have him labeled as a nerd. And that’s especially bad when Zmed’s girl friend decides she likes Caulfield. But being a nerd just isn’t going to cut it.

That’s when Caulfield decides to put on a modern day Zorro act. He gets a junked bicycle and puts it back together and teaches himself to ride. He gets himself a leather biker outfit with a set of goggles to hide his face. If getting Michelle Pheiffer is not in the cards, Caulfield won’t have any trouble making friends at any gay male leather bar the way he’s outfitted.

Grease 2 introduced Michelle Pheiffer and Maxwell Caulfield and started them on the successful career paths both have enjoyed. If you saw the first Grease film, a much better film, than you definitely have an idea how this film will turn out.

In addition to Conn, Eve Arden, Sid Caesar, and Dody Goodman, all faculty members from the original Grease return in their roles. The music score isn’t remotely as good as the songs that come from the original.

It’s not that Grease 2 is bad, it’s just not all that great.

Waste of time sequel

This musical follow-up to the smash hit GREASE is an example of how not to make a sequel. It seems like a slavish copy of the first film, complete with the falling in love romantic plotting at the heart of the storyline, the rival gangs, the high school mischief and the like. However, the iconic songs from the first film are gone, replaced by forgettable fluff pieces of music clearly written to recall former glory days. None of them has the same zing or vibrancy that made the ones in the first film such a hit.

The acting just isn’t of the same calibre either. As a British viewer, I found Maxwell Caulfield’s performance wooden, and Michelle Pfeiffer’s little better. In fact, Pfeiffer usually seems to disappoint, only seeming to snap out of average-ness on occasion, SCARFACE and STARDUST being two of the times she seems to be making an effort. While I appreciate the attention that has been made to period detail and enthusiasm, but GREASE 2 is a waste of everyone’s time.