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Sandra Bullock is still as appealing as ever; too bad the movie is not pageant material.
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This, to me, is a classic example of a sequel that was just made because the first one made money. I didn't even like the first one.
Like its predecessor, Miss Congeniality 2 is by turns a predictable and outlandishly contrived take on the Pygmalion myth.
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous is enjoyable in patches, but only because of the goodwill that most of us still have toward Sandra Bullock.
The movie seems so enamored of its own charms that even the outtakes have a slightly calculated feel.
Deliriously funny if instantly forgettable.
There is no good reason to go and actually see it.
Silly but mildly entertaining farce.
Could it really have taken four years to come up with [this]story.
There is a bit of a lesson about identity and self-worth imparted here, but it's muddled at best. Who has two hours to waste watching this movie?
What if I misinterpreted the whole thing, and it was really intended to be a straight drama with occasional light, humorous overtones? And what if pigs had wings?
The things we loved most about #1 were downplayed in favor of the things that weren't all that funny; and a betrayal of the main character through most of it.
I think you will find it quite satisfying.
Not as good as the first film but still very funny!
Just a terrible sequel starring the untalented Regina King.
it was okay. C
I was excited to watch Sandra Bullock's return as FBI agent Gracie Hart in this sequel comedy movie, but I thought it was OK. Not as clever and original as the first, but still very entertaining. The second had a lot more laughs, slapstick, and funny bits...however I'd say it lacked in plot. I was a bit disappointed with the cast (especially Benjamin Bratt not returning), but Bullock was the best. Bullock dressed as the old woman is hilarious and there are many other great costumes as well as how beautiful she looked.
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