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I liked this movie, too, but it was not as funny as the first. I still watch it every time it comes on. I loved the mushroom sauce and RuPaul's "Moesha, Moesha, Moesha!" scenes. I did not like Greg & Marcia being attracted to each other, though It was a funny movie overall. It'll pass the time.
AVOID AT ALL COSTS! Shameless nostalgia milking at it's lamest.
A Very Good Sequel that continues the smart parody of the terrible show and makes it an absolute blast.
If you were into The Brady Bunch, this show stay true to that story. In particular, the actors playing Mike, Carol and Marcia do an excellent job reprising the Brady roles. This movie is a bit half-baked since the Brady Family is stuck in the 1970s while the rest of the world is in 1996. They don't notice and they don't care. It was entertaining enough to be better than watching paint dry.
Really? 1st one was okthis one- not so much
Sequel has con man posing as Carols first husband but he's really after an antique horse which is an artifact. It's silly, stupid and sometimes a little fun.
Funny but not as funny as the first one. still lots of jokes about the series
The joke has worn a bit thin in this sequel to the surprisingly funny "The Brady Bunch Movie." This sequel seeing the entire cast of the original film return, but the film is minus the very funny writers Bonny and Terry Turner, who were SNL writers and the creators of "3rd Rock from the Sun" and "That 70s Show." The story here revolves around Tim Matheson showing up as Carol Brady's first husband, but he's really after the horse statue in their living room. There are some funny moments here and there, but this film didn't have the sustained charm of the original, despite having a very likable cast. Gary Cole is a standout as Mike Brady, as do Christopher Daniel Barnes as Greg and Christine Taylor as Marcia, who have probably the best subplot of the film where they realize they're not actually relate and are tempted to enter into a "relationship." Overall, it's not a bad film, but not a good as the first one. Still, it's probably worth watching for anyone who grew up watching the original series. Still, I think the most impressive part of this and the original film is the recreation of the Brady Bunch house.
it's a very funny movie
Not as funny as the first but still interesting especially for those who grew up with the Bradys.