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Definitely not as good as its prequel. That seems to be another Newton's law.
absolute classic. it’s more of a nostalgia thing with me. i remember watching this movie at my friends house.
this move is a fuckin classic
"The sequel is never quite as good" holds true with this movie, but it's still entertaining.
We got spoiled with Glee a few years ago, but if you loved that, you'll enjoy this!
I love this movie, and the original. It was definitely enjoyed, throughout my childhood, and into adult hood. I've seen both of these movies, at least 500 times. And that not an exaggeration, probably more.
This movie is perfection. I had no clue there was a 1st one for most of my life until the musical came out. Don't hate on this!
This is the greatest sequel to any film there's ever been.
One of my favourite movies of all time. A young Lauryn Hill brings so much to this movie, along with Sheryl Lee Ralph - and my all time favorite ever since I first saw "Corina, Corina", Whoppi Goldberg, brings so much life to the character that is Deloris Van Cartier. Despite it's reviews from critics, this movie has always been held in high regard among me and my peers. In fact, I have not met one person who does not like this movie. It is possible that the movie and content doesn't keep a middle aged caucasion man entertained however the movie doesn't fail to entertain the rest of us. 5 STARS!
Lame nun movie sequel with whoopi Goldberg.
The story of a bunch of non-talented punks winning a choral competition without giving a choral performance. Political correctness at its worse.