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Plot: The members of the Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity travel to Fort Lauderdale for a fraternity conference. They’ll have to beat off the attacks of their rival frat, the Alphas, if they want to maintain their self-respect — and, of course, if they want to get anywhere with the pretty girls!
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Nerds gone Awful!
Revenge of the Nerds 2: Nerds in Paradise is a horrible sequel. The only redeeming qualities is the sound track featuring Pseudo Echo’s cover of “Funky Town”, and .38 Special’s “Take Me Back To Paradise”. And though it was fun and somewhat nostalgic to see our favorite nerds again, the script was just awful, and the plot exceedingly thin.
This was clearly made for the sake of making the studio money. I had thought that it was a rushed sequel, as the script was so bad. However, this film was put out three years after the original, allowing for plenty of time for a quality plot and script to be developed. Like its contemporaries such as the Police Academy series, this sequel just lets the audience down and was unfortunately continued after this horrible train wreck.
I may be in the minority, but I loved this film. I loved the original as well. The sequel has plenty of laughs, and many occur during understated moments. The nerds’ arrival at their one-star hotel, the Hotel Coral Essex, was hilarious to me. Who among us hasn’t found ourselves in less-than-desirable accommodations at one time or another? From the chickens roaming inside, to the un-swimmable pool, to the Peep Show establishment sharing the building, this is the embodiment of everyone’s vacation nightmare, a la “National Lampoon’s Vacation”, but even more so. The Cuban-American front desk clerk– and her fervent love of Ricky Ricardo– was a real treat. Those who did not laugh at these moments are likely those who are less experienced in life. I enjoyed the Florida “stereotypes” (which were not all insulting — Sunny was a nice, typical Florida girl), having traveled there myself, as well as the blast-from-the-past 1980s setting/filming. The stereotype of the flamboyantly gay man in Lamar’s character was enjoyable and humorous to me, and I hope other viewers saw it in the “light” way that it was meant to be taken, as well. I also hope that other viewers were not offended in any way by the portrayal of the African American chapter of Tri-Lambda, because I found them to be the *most* upstanding characters in both this film and the original. I would have liked to see those characters featured in even more scenes. While the absence of Gilbert on the trip was a little disappointing, it was great to see him for a few moments here and there. Lewis carried the other scenes perfectly well by himself. With his sensitive nature and good looks beneath his “nerd” costuming, it is not too much of a stretch to imagine beautiful yet emotionally mature and smart ladies like Sunny falling in love with Lewis. Finally (POSSIBLE SPOILER? ALERT!), I couldn’t have asked for a happier ending than the conversion of one of the Alpha Betas. Some extra features on the DVD (such as outtakes, interviews, cast biographies, etc.) would have been welcomed / appreciated, but one can’t have everything, I guess!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min)
Director Joe Roth
Writer Tim Metcalfe (based on characters created by), Miguel Tejada-Flores (based on characters created by), Steve Zacharias (based on characters created by), Jeff Buhai (based on characters created by), Dan Guntzelman, Steve Marshall
Actors Robert Carradine, Curtis Armstrong, Larry B. Scott, Timothy Busfield
Production Company Twentieth Century Fox, American Entertainment, Interscope Communications
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex
Laboratory Continental Film Laboratories, Miami (FL), USA, DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm