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Gary Dourdan's (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation) first feature film. See more »
When Charles and Henry are released from jail and walk across the street, there is a crew member with a walkie-talkie behind them telling people not to walk into the shot. Some people even stop and watch the scene being filmed. See more »
what kind of name is Mobu anyways, sounds like some kind of car wax, Mobu.
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sequel surpasses the original and moves in a very different direction
you know,I'm a bit mystified.this sequel to the original has an even lower rating.for my money,this movie surpasses the first one.we have the three main characters,Richard and Larry(Jonathon Silverman,Andrew McCarthy)and of course,the dead guy,Bernie(Terry Kiser)however,the difference is this movie has a better story,and although it could still be called a black comedy,it has a lighter tone to it,and is hysterically funny quite often,thanks largely to Kiser,who brings a whole nother(i swear it's a real word)dimension to the dead guy.there are more pratfalls and physical comedy in this movie.there is a sort of running gag involvong Barry Bostwick's character,which is quite amusing.i won't say too much about the plot,except that it continues pretty much right from where the first one ended.also,this movie is not a rehash of the first,but rather goes in a different and very creative(in my mind)direction.as a matter of fact,i kinda was hoping a third one would be made,just to see what they could do with it.anyway,i give "Weekend at Bernie's 2" a strong 8./10
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