Porky's II: The Next Day Reviews
Pee Wee: How?
Wendy: In the 8th grade, I didn't know anything. A bunch of guys wanted to get me to go skinny dipping, I didn't want to but I didn't care if they did so I just watched. I thought it was funny, flopping around...the next day I was a slut, the original mattress-back.
This film may not be as funny as the first, but it is still good. Yes, the first is way funnier, esspecialy for one scene(Noted on my Porky's review)
Reverend Flavel: [after the Klan has crashed Rev. Flavel's revival, bald, naked and circumcised] Behold the Spawn of Satan! The Bowels of Perdition. Hear what I say! I speak Salvation! I speak Redemption!
Mickey: [instructing Tommy Turner to turn on the tape recorder] Now.
Reverend Flavel: CLEARLY I say this to thee...
Commissioner Hurley: Holy Shit! Look at the dick on that son of a bitch!
Commissioner Couch: Hey, Mayor! That guy's dork's even bigger that yours!
Commissioner Hurley: If you had a dick like that, you could give your secretary a flying@#$%.
Mayor Abernathy: Look at that snatch!
Woman at Rally: Oh My God!
Little Girl: Oh, Mother.
Commissioner Couch: Hey, Mayor. Does Reverend Flavel approve of THIS?
Reverend Flavel: [to Mayor] You Scum!
Mayor Abernathy: Approve? Are you kidding? Reverend Flavel GAVE me this one!
[audience starts booing loudly]
Like the subtitle suggests, this sequel starts the next day after the events of the first film. All of our main cast returns and they are still horny as ever. Instead of having a rival with Porky this time, our teens have to take on a corrupt southern minister that want‚(TM)s to shut down their Shakespeare play for being too vulgar. If that weren‚(TM)t enough they also have to take on the KKK and even a corrupt mayor.
Director Bob Clark desperately tries to throw new interesting themes into the mix but nothing really jelled together. All these interesting villains don‚(TM)t work if the film isn‚(TM)t funny and trust me, there isn‚(TM)t much funny about this sequel. Some sequences try desperately to be as funny or memorable as similar sequences in the original but they all fall flat.
There is really nothing memorable about this movie. Ask people about sequences in the original film and they can rattle them off like a grocery list but ask them about part 2 and all you get is ‚ummm.... is that het one with the KKK.‚? Yea, that‚(TM)s it. The poster artwork tries to make the snake sequence in the toilet the main comedy attraction but it doesn‚(TM)t hold a candle to anything from the original.
‚Porky‚(TM)s II‚? proves again that even the original director can‚(TM)t always save a sequel. Bob Clark seems to be as disappointed with this film as the fans of the original were as he never talks about it in interviews. He tries hard here but it‚(TM)s nothing more than another disappointing and forgettable follow-up. Even so it still made a killing at the box office so ‚Porky‚(TM)s III‚? wasn‚(TM)t too far behind.
This film may not be as funny as the first, but it is still good. Yes, the first is way funnier, esspecialy for one scene(Noted on my Porky's review) I tend to fully review, or betterly(yes, betterly) review those of the films I really liked, hated, or had alot to say about.
I don't know. it is funny, and alot of the time. Yet sometimes the jokes seem rather predictable.