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Parent Trap II (1986)

Parent Trap II

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Movie Info

Those adorable "twins" from Disney's Parent Trap have grown up and are now encountering similar romantic mix-ups in this made-for-cable-TV sequel.more
Rating: G
Genre: Television, Kids & Family, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Stuart Krieger, Stu Krieger
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 20, 2005
Runtime:
Walt Disney Television

Cast

Hayley Mills
as Sharon/Susan
Duchess Tomasello
as Mrs. Blazey
Leonard Altobell
as Walter Elias
Dorothy Keller
as Lillian Elias
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Critic Reviews for Parent Trap II

All Critics (1)

This sequel to "The Parent Trap" is simply awful in every sense of the word.

Full Review… | September 28, 2005
7M Pictures

Audience Reviews for Parent Trap II

Awful. Abysmal. Waste of time. Borderline offensive. The Parent Trap II is a TV Movie which swaps out all the good aspects of the 1961 original with 1980's inanities. Look no further than the offensively short shorts Tom Skerritt wears in his first scene. Or the length of time it takes to get both Sharon and Susan into the action. Or the theme song performed by Solid Gold regular Marilyn McCoo. Or the brain dead adults who allow their lives to be run by the kids. (Sidenote: how can anyone think the initial plot is going to work? At some point, Bill is going to mention aspects of his first "date" with Sharon...only she won't know it because the date was with Susan...oh, hilarity ensues...)

Jason Vargo
Jason Vargo

Super Reviewer

Fails miserably in comparison to the original Parent Trap movie.

crazydannielle16
Dannielle Albert

Super Reviewer

Awful. Abysmal. Waste of time. Borderline offensive. The Parent Trap II is a TV Movie which swaps out all the good aspects of the 1961 original with 1980's inanities. Look no further than the offensively short shorts Tom Skerritt wears in his first scene. Or the length of time it takes to get both Sharon and Susan into the action. Or the theme song performed by Solid Gold regular Marilyn McCoo. Or the brain dead adults who allow their lives to be run by the kids. (Sidenote: how can anyone think the initial plot is going to work? At some point, Bill is going to mention aspects of his first "date" with Sharon...only she won't know it because the date was with Susan...oh, hilarity ensues...)

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