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Ski School 2 (1994)

 -  Comedy  -  21 February 1994 (USA)
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Dave Marshak returns to the Ski School mountain to stop his ex-girlfriend's wedding.

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Heather Campbell ...
Doug Copithorne ...
Alex
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Toddorbert
Wendy Hamilton ...
Lola Schnitzelbank
Noah Heney ...
Lee
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Tomcat (as William Sasso)
Brent Sheppard ...
Steve Longwood
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Joyce
Carrie-Lee Alhassan ...
Alex Girl #3
Cinnamon Bond ...
Wendy
Matt Brasier ...
Geeky Guy
Shannon Lee Brown ...
Gena
Tiffany Burns ...
Cindy
Shawn Carle ...
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Dave is invited to his former girlfriend's wedding and it is his duty to make sure it doesn't happen since her fiance has plans to take over the resort once they're married Written by <mikehx@earthlink.net>

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The slopes are sizzling again! This time they go off piste!

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Rated R for nudity and sex-related dialogue | See all certifications »
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21 February 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Film debut of comic actor Bil Dwyer. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the film when Beth is about to ski down the mountain she puts on a pair of goggles that show the crew in the reflection See more »

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Toddorbert: Oh, and that's Gazinsky... like the cheese.
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Two fat sumo wrestlers are skiing in the opening sequence, one of whom does a dangerous overhead spin. See more »

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References E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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FOWL STRUTTIN'
Written and Performed by Larry Treadwell
Published by Simple Roger Music
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The best film ever made by a human being, seriously
10 December 2004 | by (Herts, UK) – See all my reviews

I watched this film 5 times in one day during the first year of owning a copy on DVD. The love for this film has not stuttered in the slightest. This film's pure brilliance is astounding. It is hard to believe the majority of these actors are relative unknowns. Brent Sheppard and Dean Cameron excel as the two leads competing for the attention of the blonde honey Beth, who happens to own the ski resort they are based at. Bill Dwyer and Will Sasso fill the screen during their supporting acts as second fiddle characters, but ensure that they will forever be remembered with quality timing and happily making the film fun to watch and enjoy.

This film could be described as 'too much fun'. Simply because, at no point what so ever does the film attempt to be great, it just happens by accident. The scenes are oozing with wonderful white scenery, the women that pass by are consistently scrumptious, the supporting cameo actors are so convincing that its a surprise when Oscars aren't brought into the scene for them, and best of all the skiing scenes are picture perfect, filled with excitement and gloriously filmed manoeuvres that only seasoned pros could make look so good. Another bonus to the films natural charm are the goofs, and plenty of them to boot. I would hazard a guess at a single goof is made, via stars and scenery, every 20 seconds, approximately. Yet, astonishingly, it only adds depth to the addictiveness of the entire film.

This film is what On Her Majesty's Secret Service would have been like had it been filmed as a comedy, set in Canada, and given a third of the budget. Though I must admit the villain, Brent Sheppard as Steve Longwood, is a far more ruthless and demented rival to our hero than any antagonist has ever been before, or since.

This film is pure and simple entertainment that, at only and hour and a half, is far shorter than you'd like, but the compactness of its genius means that you can watch it several times a day, happily. Fabulous!


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