The naughty high schoolers of Angel Beach High now seek revenge on a group of KKK religious fanatics and corrupt politicians who want to shut down their Shakespeare production after they cast a Seminole transfer student in the lead.
A day has passed since they got even with Porky and his brother, the Angel Beach drama club are all set to do a William Shakespeare festival. They are a opposed by Miss Balbricker (the girls gym coach), religious extremists Reverend Bubba Flavel and his flock of followers, the KKK, and the corrupt politicians of the city council. After their friend is beaten up by the KKK, they are betrayed by Commissioner Gebhardt and the city council the high schoolers seek revenge against them all.Written by
Like the first film, it was initially banned and re-rated 16 on appeal in Ireland. This is unusual considering a higher 18 rating was available at the time. See more »
The film takes place the day after the events in Porky's. In the original film, both Mickey and Tim were roughed up late in the film. Both can be seen with cuts and bandages on their faces. In Mickey's case, he is also seen limping and with crutches. All wounds have disappeared the next day. See more »
Blaspehmy! Shakespeare must go! So sayeth the Shepherd!
The Flock Members:
SO SAYETH THE FLOCK!
And what sayeth you, Mr. Carter?
[very angry at this point]
Get the Flock out of here!
[the students all start cheering]
This means war! HOLY WAR! Flock! FOLLOW!
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In broadcast TV versions, when the tape recorder is played at the revival, a different part of the conversation in the basement is played. See more »
When a movie is succesful, there will be sequels. It's almost astonishing there were only two sequels to the success of the original Porkys. But then again as they say, you can't capture lightning in a bottle. Or more accurate "erection" in a bottle. Now if you are offended by this, you probably should not watch this movie (although why you would come here after not having seen the mayhem of the first Porkys will probably always remain your secret).
Having said that and while this tries to be different but also maintain the sentiment of the group of boys (now even older than in the first one, but playing that teenage age they are moste definitely not anymore). It succeeds to a degree - some jokes hit home but not as many as in the first one. Even though the creator came back for this one, it never reaches the height it set itself.
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