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Grease 2 [Edizione: Germania]

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  • Formato: AC-3, Dolby, Doppiato, Edizione speciale, Sottotitolato, Schermo panoramico, Import
  • Audio: Inglese
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Sottotitoli: Inglese
  • Numero di dischi: 1
  • Studio: Paramount
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  • ASIN: B0019GO5A0
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Lo avevo visto da bambina e mi era sembrato carino...
Riguardandolo però, non è vagamente all'altezza del primo: costumi, trucco e parrucco, musiche, coreografie e capacità degli attori nel canto e nel ballo sono talmente deludenti che il film non sta granché in piedi!
Anche le scenografie non sono un granché... sembrano gli avanzi del precedente!
Nell'insieme ricorda una recita scolastica... peccato perché adoro Michelle Pfeiffer ma non mi è piaciuta.
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Il prodotto è arrivato velocemente e in ottimo stato, il film è ben diretto e ben interpretato, molto belle anche le musiche, è stato un piacere rivederlo, lo consiglio a tutti.
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Di Cinzia il 2 febbraio 2016
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Consegna super veloce! Bel film e bella colonna sonora. Mi ricorda la mia giovinezza. Apprezzato anche dai bambini di 4 anni, vedi mia figlia!
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Di daniele graziosi il 16 dicembre 2014
Formato: DVD
il dvd è di un' ottima qualità sia come audio sia come video. tempi di arrivo perfetti . . .
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65 di 77 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Guilty Pleasure 4 marzo 2000
Di Matt Howe - Pubblicato su
Formato: VHS Acquisto verificato
GREASE 2 is a guilty pleasure of mine. It is not really a good movie. But I can't help myself -- I simply enjoy watching it!
The opening number ("Back To School") fools you. It is so energetic and arresting that you think the rest of the movie will be that good. It won't. I can watch the opening number over and over again. Patricia Birch's choreography and direction really shine here. And all the fun secondary characters get their introductions: the goody-goody twins; Connie Stevens sex-pot teacher; the lettermen.
The film picks up speed again with the bowling alley number ("I Wanna Score Tonight"). Hilarious! Lorna Luft plays a Marilyn Monroe-esque Pink Lady and gets to sing her one solo line in this scene. ("Hey, Johnny, Johnny, let's bowl that strike - and I just may be your baby tonight...")
From here it's down hill (but what a spectacle). We get to see Michelle Pfeiffer climb a ladder and sing "Cool Rider". There is an unbelievable number with the students called "Reproduction" ("Where does the pollen go?") that will have you wincing and yet strangely unable to take your eyes away from the screen.
Then, a Thunderbird seduces a Pink Lady with "Let's Do It For Our Country". Oh my!
And finally, Maxwell Caufield shows up in a fabulous motorcycle-leather outfit.
No, not a classic. No, not as good as GREASE. But, oh, so bad it's good!
22 di 25 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle I'll Be Your Girl For ALL Seasons! 17 gennaio 2008
Di - A - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
What can you say about this movie that hasn't already been said? I LOVE this movie. It's definitely a Guilty pleasure of mine. I watch the first one and just want to watch this one after.

It an overall feel good movie, campy fun with laughter and tears. You get a little bit of everything in this movie.

Not much like the first, some of the same characters, but still that same feeling of high school back when! And it has Michelle Pfeiffer in it in one of her earliest roles! She does a tremendous job!

A great movie for so many occaisions! Watch it! I bet you'll love it just as much as I do. It's silly humor and characters that you can't help but love make this movie a winner from begining to end.

It's great for so many age groups too!
21 di 24 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Let's Do it For Our this musical! 10 marzo 2002
Di cdkscully - Pubblicato su
Formato: VHS
The sequel to Grease and closely modeled after it, Grease 2 takes place in 1961 during the John F. Kennedy administration at Rydell High School. Some of the same faculty members are still there such as Miss McGee (Eve Arden), Blanche (Dody Goodman) and Coach Calhoun (Sid Caesar) along with some new faculty members such as Miss Mason (Connie Stevens), Mr. Stuart (Tab Hunter) and Mr. Spears (Dick Patterson). The main difference between Grease and Grease 2 is the students. Since the original Pink Ladies and T-Birds graduated in the last picture, Grease 2 contains an all new cast of students except for one, Frenchy (Didi Conn), who failed her senior year. The main plot in this musical is that a new student Michael (Maxwell Caulfield) falls in love with Pink Lady Stephanie (Michelle Pfeiffer). She is off-limits until he can prove himself as a leather-clad biker. Michael then buys a motorcycle, a helmet and becomes a mysterious stranger, appearing to Stephanie at different places such as the gas station where she works. In the end, he sweeps her off her feet.
Grease 2 was considered to be a typical sequel that would do terrible at the box office and not live up to the name it was carrying. It starred two actors, Michelle Pfeiffer and Maxwell Caulfield, who were unknowns in 1982 playing sexual reversal roles from the original. Pfeiffer played the Travolta role and Caulfield played the English version of the Newton-John role. This was the first criticism of the movie from reviews and the general public when it was released. With a sequel, the audience feels more comfortable watching the same characters from the first movie in the second one. Another problem or dislike of the film is that it runs out of story. The main point of the story is how Michael delays revealing himself to Stephanie until the climax of the movie. The filmmakers didn't give Caulfield enough to do, like dancing, which is one of the most important aspects of the Grease movies.
"But what undoubtedly counts are the musical numbers. Tunes were penned by various hands and most of them are well conceived and reasonably clever." (Variety, T. McCarthy, June 9, 1982). The songs are what gives the movie its energy and try to highlight the points of the film when the storyline was drifting. There is a raising ensemble number called "Back to School to start the movie off with a bang, a enlivened bowling alley number called "Score Tonight" and a dirty-minded number called "Reproduction" that turns a biology lesson into an outbreak about adolescent desire. Director and choreographer, Patricia Birch, found the most interesting places to stage the musical numbers such as a bomb shelter ("Let's Do it For Our Country") and a bowling alley ("Score Tonight") and uses some sharp, rapid, short sequences that gives liveliness to most of the dances.
Despite all the bad reviews, I found this musical as enjoyable as Grease. The film's original goal was to appeal to the pre-teens and teenagers, not to the adults. The storyline was simpler and lighter than Grease and the songs were more upbeat and creative. I was not discouraged from seeing this film because Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta were not in it. I usually have an open mind about sequels and consider seeing any one that is made, no matter if it's different.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Don't look at it as a sequel! 29 dicembre 2001
Di fabila - Pubblicato su
Formato: VHS
OK, I've seen some really bad reviews about this movie, and I have to say that it's not really fair. Yes, this is definitely not as good as the original, but if you don't look at it as a SEQUEL to a MUSICAL, you MAY or MAY NOT find it better. Everyone has their own opinion, and mine is that this movie is really not that bad. I would have to say mediocre. True, it is a bit on the corny side and some of the songs are just ridiculous (Reproduction and Let's do it for our Country), but who can honestly say that 'Grease' was a perfect movie. It is a chessy movie as well. Reviewers all over are saying that the acting, the lighting, the sound, and so on in Grease 2 are terrible, but honestly, in my opinion, all parts were pretty much on the same level as the original. The plot was decent, the dancing was a bit overdone, and SOME of the acting was done well. Though I write all these things defending the movie, the MAIN reason why I like it is because of the one and only MAXWELL CAULFIELD. Not to sound crude, but damn that guy was hot!! He had such perfect features, but it's his eyes that make me melt. His acting and singing were fair, but who could ever say a bad thing about an adorable hunk like that. The best part about Grease 2 is that it introduced me to a hunky young MAXWELL CAULFIELD. THough he doesn't look that good anymore, there is still Grease 2 and The Colbys on Soapnet where I can see him when he truly was perfect. As for the movie overall, if you like, good for you, if you don't like it, okay. Just watch it with an open mind, and just for 2.5 hours, forget there ever was a 'Grease' and watch it as an individual movie. Trust me, most people will find it an OKAY movie ***
15 di 18 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle There's a million reason why ... 20 marzo 2006
Di nodice - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD
I should hate this film. It's campy, it poorly acted, it badly written...and I just love it. Can something be so bad that's it's good? If so, then that's the case of this musical vehicle. Only one real star emerged from this project unscathed--the ever beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer. I recommend but keep it on the down low.

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