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Wild Things II (2004)





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Dirty deeds among the rich, poor, and generally unscrupulous have come back into style in this direct-to-video sequel to the hit Wild Things. Niles Dunlap, a wealthy but less than honest businessman, dies unexpectedly in a light plane accident, and his teenaged step-daughter, Brittney Havers (Susan Ward), figures she's a shoo-in to inherit his fortune; however, Brittney discovers that Niles's will stipulates that his 40-million-dollar estate is to go to a charitable foundation unless a "blood heir" can be produced. Enter Maya King (Leila Arcieri), a schoolmate of Brittney's, who claims that she's Dunlap's illegitimate daughter -- according to Maya, her mother worked as a maid for the Dunlap family, and Maya was born after her mother was seduced by Niles. Meanwhile, Terence Bridge (Isaiah Washington) is an insurance investigator whose job is to hang in the balance. His employers would just as soon not pay off the two-million-dollar life insurance policy Dunlap had taken out, and Bridge is hoping to prove that the plane wreck was no accident.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, sex, violence)
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By: Randy Hurst, Ross Helford, Andy Hurst, Stephen Peters, Stephen Peters
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On DVD: Apr 20, 2004
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment


Susan Ward
as Brittney Havers
Leila Arcieri
as Maya King
Isaiah Washington
as Terence Bridge
Katie Stuart
as Shannon
Joe Michael Burke
as Julian Haynes
Michael Chieffo
as Principal Mosster
Linden Ashby
as Det. Morrison
Kathy Neff
as Brittney's Mother
Ski Carr
as Cicatriz
Dylan Kussman
as Irvin Brillman
Kimberly Atkinson
as Terri Breur
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Critic Reviews for Wild Things II

All Critics (4)

Dreary sequel full of sex and violence.

Full Review… | January 1, 2011
Common Sense Media

Its title all the warning any kind of reasonably actualized human being would need to avoid it.

Full Review… | April 1, 2004
Film Freak Central

Full Review… | March 5, 2005
JoBlo's Movie Emporium

Full Review… | April 24, 2004

Audience Reviews for Wild Things II

So they almost did a carbon copy plot of the first, so it becomes very predictable and the twists are no surprise at all. Then do it with a smaller budget, lesser known actors and make it no way near as sexy as the first. If you liked the first one a lot this is a cheap imitation. It's not a bad thriller, but if you have seen the first there are no surprises to be had. Otherwise it's ok viewing if you like thrillers.

Dean King

Super Reviewer


good for one thing

Coxxie Mild Sauce

Super Reviewer

Atrocious piece of garbage doesn't even begin to describe Wild Things 2. It has none of the sensuality or intrigue that the original had. And, the story is more or less a carbon copy of the original; Blue Bay heiress Brittney Havers works out a scheme to receive her inheritance which she was denied in her step-father's will, but before long Brittney and her accomplices start to turn on each other. The plot's completely ridiculous and is full of needless twists. But the so called "acting" is what really damns this film and makes is practically unwatchable. A trashy, formulaic thriller, Wild Things 2 is complete crap.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

Super Reviewer

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