Caddyshack II


Caddyshack II

Critics Consensus

Handicapped by a family friendly PG rating, even the talents of Caddyshack II's all-star comic cast can't save it from its lazy, laughless script and uninspired direction.



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When a boorish, self-made millionaire is rejected from a high-class country club, he retaliates by buying the club's golf course and transforming it into a tacky amusement park. This sequel to the 1980 hit attempts to recapture the attitude of anti-establishment tomfoolery, with less success.


Jackie Mason
as Jack Hartoounian
Robert Stack
as Chandler Young
Dyan Cannon
as Elizabeth Pearce
Chevy Chase
as Ty Webb
Dina Merrill
as Cynthia Young
Brian McNamara
as Todd Young
Jessica Lundy
as Kate Hartounian
Chynna Phillips
as Miffy Young
Randy Quaid
as Peter Blunt
Paul Bartel
as Jamison
Dan Aykroyd
as Capt. Tom Everett
Pepe Serna
as Carlos
Bibi Osterwald
as Mrs. Pierpont
Don Draper
as Club Manager
Ted Hartley
as Club Member
Andre Rosey Brown
as Construction Worker
Carlos Cervantes
as Construction Worker
Dennis Bowen
as Construction Worker
Mark Christopher Lawrence
as Construction Worker
Sid Conrad
as Naked Man
Ben Hartigan
as Naked Man
Diana James
as Girls in Bar
Mary Stavin
as Girls in Bar
Frank Welker
as The Gopher
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Audience Reviews for Caddyshack II

  • Jun 10, 2014
    "Na, na, na, na..." The wacky adventures at Bushwood Country Club continue in Caddyshack II. Harold Ramis delivers yet another weak script that focuses heavily on class warfare. This time the owner of a construction company tries to join the Bushwood Country Club in order please his daughter, but he proves to be more blue-collar than they care for. Featuring Jackie Mason, Robert Stack, Dan Aykroyd, and Chevy Chase, the cast isn't that bad. But the performances are terrible; Mason in particular is out of control and toxic to the film. While screwball comedies tend to be pretty zany, Caddyshack II is overloaded with craziness; making it incredibly stupid.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 07, 2011
    really poor sequel to the classic comedy
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • May 17, 2011
    Boy, you have got to love that gopher... and that's about it. No, but seriously, other than that adorable, jittery and sadly underused ball of Nibbler-voiced hilarity, the ever-so occasional effective joke and a good soundtrack, there is hardly anything enjoyable about this film, which suffers its predecessor's flaws of bad sound editing, crudeness, a lack of development and slowness while adding cheesiness, bad writing, poor sound mixing, weak performances and a lack of memorability to the cons list, as well as character homages that are so overdone that they're more like rip-offs. So, we're suppose to think that the other clever, snappy-talking rich jew with technological golfing equipment isn't a rip-off? He wasn't even dead then and I bet Rod Dangerfield was already spinning in his grave. Ultimately, there are bright spots, but only enough to expose the worst sin of "Caddyshack II": its struggle to match its classic predecessor, only to become an underwhelming rip-off and sorry waste of potential.
    Cameron J Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    Compared to the original movie, which is considered an 80s classic, this movie is horrible. I do not recommend it.
    Aj V Super Reviewer

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