A family in Chicago inherits the yacht formerly owned by Clark Gable. They decide to sail it from the island of Ste. Pomme de Terre to Miami, and they sail with the assistance of Captain ... See full summary »
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After their adventure at Bernie's weekend house (events of "Weekend At Bernie's") accountants/programmers oafish Larry and up-tight Richard return to New York only to be blamed by the insurance company they all worked for Bernie's theft of two million dollars and fired. Larry and Richard investigate and discover that the money is somewhere in St Thomas in the Virgin Islands. Meanwhile the Cartel Bernie was stealing the money for hires a Voodoo Queen to help them find the money. She tells Henry and Charles to steal Bernie's body and raise it from the dead to lead them to the money. Unfortunately Henry and Charles goofed and Bernie can only move when he hears music. Richard, Larry and Bernie all go to St Thomas to find the money with the aid of Claudia only to be followed by Hummel, a company security officer, who believes that Larry and Richard stole the money as well as Henry and Charles. Who will get to the money first?... Written by
Lee Horton <Leeh@tcp.co.uk>
There were plans to do a third film which never materialized. 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 an awful follow up. Sure, you want the Bernie character lifeless but not his script. Klane, who wrote the first, does the same here and gets to direct. Camerawork is not his problem, its his laughless dialogue, something he had no trouble with in part 1. Here he depends too much on slamming Bernie about in a variety of ways. He gives McCarthy and Silverman no goofy lines to go along with the visual stuff like last time. The only real gag that netted a chuckle from me was the "Bernie Boogie," at least thats what I called it. When Kiser hears music his body starts moving about in a silly dance. But aside from that theres not much here.
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