After enjoying a summer romance, high school students Danny and Sandy are unexpectedly reunited when she transfers to Rydell High. There Sandy must contend with cynical Rizzo and the Pink Ladies in attempt to win Danny's heart again.
David Lewis is affected by the death of his wife Gillian, who fell from the mast pole of their boat on a sailing trip two years ago. David deals with his grief by continuing his romance ... See full summary »
Two years after the life-altering events in Grease (1978), there's a new kid in Rydell High: the straight-laced English student and Sandy's cousin, Michael. As Stephanie, the foxy blonde leader of the Pink Ladies, decides to break up with Johnny, the rebellious head of the T-Birds gang, before long, she will start taking an interest in him; however, Stephanie still wants her men dangerous. Now, to make an impression and win the girl's heart, Michael needs to up his game; learn how to ride a motorcycle, and transform himself into Stephanie's hot leather-clad fantasy. Is he up to the task?Written by
Grease producer Allan Carr also produced Grease 2, and had a hand in casting Lorna Luft as Paulette in Grease 2. He would go on to put together and produce the infamous 1988 Oscar show which had Rob Lowe dancing around with Snow White singing "Proud Mary". Allan Carr had asked his Grease cast member Lorna Luft to appear in that number with Lowe, but she said no. See more »
At the talent show, Stephanie is covered in fake snow when she begins singing. The snow disappears and then reappears at the end of the song. See more »
In the film, after Stephanie wins the contest, it goes on to show the steakout in the final scene. Originally, there were a few minutes dedicated to a scene in which Micheal(believed to be dead in his alter ego, by Stephanie) comes out on stage as Stephanie is exiting the stage, unbeknowst to her that he is the cool rider and he is alive. He attempts to ask her what's wrong and she storms past him and runs off crying, then it cuts to the stakeout. See more »
A Terrible Sequel to One of the Best Musicals Ever Made.
"Grease 2" is a terrible film that did nothing for me. The classic 1978 film was brillaint but this one was terrible. Michelle Pfeiffer did a good performance, but that was probably the only good thing about the film. All in all, this is not a very good film and I don't recommend it. I give this film a 6 out of 10.
P.S. Don't waste your'e money on renting it.
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