To Sir, With Love II Reviews

  • Dec 09, 2016

    This was refreshingly good. I love this sequel.

    This was refreshingly good. I love this sequel.

  • Apr 23, 2014

    Directed by Peter Bogdonavich. A very close second to the original To Sir With Love, the film is mostly OUT of the classroom. Still, about growing up, Poitier gives a commanding performance AGAIN. [img]https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSOCxwN2DjyFVwLp3ktIOI-bglPt0OSDRdCGHOLHtHKuuTfw1H_[/img] To Sir, with Love II is a 1996 American television film, a sequel to the 1967 British film, To Sir, with Love. Like its first part, it deals with social issues in an inner city school. [img]https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR1Im00iLWELAUIJAmWTv1erV6J9k-UwQDXKqPIHPZobyoOkQKYqA[/img] It was directed by Peter Bogdanovich (his first made for TV film) and stars Sidney Poitier in the role of Thackeray, the teacher whom he made famous in the original film. An updated version of the classic To Sir with Love, this film is set in the slums of Chicago with far more dangerous students! Gang fights, switch blades, its all here and far more dangerours than Sir ever faced in 1960 London! Sidney Poitier as Mark Thackeray Christian Payton as Wilsie Carrouthers Dana Eskelson as Evie Hillis Fernando López as Danny Laredo Casey Lluberes as Rebecca Torrado Michael Gilio as Frankie Davanon LZ Granderson as Arch Carrouthers Bernadette L. Clarke as LaVerne Mariner Jamie Kolacki as Stan Cameli Saundra Santiago as Louisa Rodriguez Cheryl Lynn Bruce as Emily Taylor Daniel J. Travanti as Horace Weaver Lulu as Barbara Pegg Judy Geeson as Pamela Dare Kris Wolff as Billy Lopatynski Mel Jackson as Tommie Rahwn John Beasley as Greg Emory Antonia Bogdanovich (the director's daughter) as Lynn Guzman Jason Winer as Leo Radatz Directed by Peter Bogdanovich Produced by Richard Stenta Written by Philip Rosenberg Based on Characters from E. R. Braithwaite's book, To Sir, With Love SEE this from the original To Sir with Love: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXgzNwh3d-I

    Directed by Peter Bogdonavich. A very close second to the original To Sir With Love, the film is mostly OUT of the classroom. Still, about growing up, Poitier gives a commanding performance AGAIN. [img]https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSOCxwN2DjyFVwLp3ktIOI-bglPt0OSDRdCGHOLHtHKuuTfw1H_[/img] To Sir, with Love II is a 1996 American television film, a sequel to the 1967 British film, To Sir, with Love. Like its first part, it deals with social issues in an inner city school. [img]https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR1Im00iLWELAUIJAmWTv1erV6J9k-UwQDXKqPIHPZobyoOkQKYqA[/img] It was directed by Peter Bogdanovich (his first made for TV film) and stars Sidney Poitier in the role of Thackeray, the teacher whom he made famous in the original film. An updated version of the classic To Sir with Love, this film is set in the slums of Chicago with far more dangerous students! Gang fights, switch blades, its all here and far more dangerours than Sir ever faced in 1960 London! Sidney Poitier as Mark Thackeray Christian Payton as Wilsie Carrouthers Dana Eskelson as Evie Hillis Fernando López as Danny Laredo Casey Lluberes as Rebecca Torrado Michael Gilio as Frankie Davanon LZ Granderson as Arch Carrouthers Bernadette L. Clarke as LaVerne Mariner Jamie Kolacki as Stan Cameli Saundra Santiago as Louisa Rodriguez Cheryl Lynn Bruce as Emily Taylor Daniel J. Travanti as Horace Weaver Lulu as Barbara Pegg Judy Geeson as Pamela Dare Kris Wolff as Billy Lopatynski Mel Jackson as Tommie Rahwn John Beasley as Greg Emory Antonia Bogdanovich (the director's daughter) as Lynn Guzman Jason Winer as Leo Radatz Directed by Peter Bogdanovich Produced by Richard Stenta Written by Philip Rosenberg Based on Characters from E. R. Braithwaite's book, To Sir, With Love SEE this from the original To Sir with Love: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXgzNwh3d-I

  • Sep 11, 2012

    Let down of a sequel to the classic.

    Let down of a sequel to the classic.

  • Jul 05, 2011

    Not as Good as the1st

    Not as Good as the1st

  • Dec 03, 2009

    do have the movie in french

    do have the movie in french

  • Aug 05, 2009

    One of the Greatest movie , Well Done Sidney Poitier!!!!thumbs up.

    One of the Greatest movie , Well Done Sidney Poitier!!!!thumbs up.

  • Dec 08, 2007

    same as the other comment best movie ever made

    same as the other comment best movie ever made

  • Nov 29, 2007

    A verry good movie. U gotta c this one.

    A verry good movie. U gotta c this one.

  • Nov 13, 2007

    Sidney Poitier, my favorite teacher of all times!

    Sidney Poitier, my favorite teacher of all times!

  • Nov 01, 2007

    not bad but the orginal is betta.?

    not bad but the orginal is betta.?