Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Deloris Van Cartier is again asked to don the nun's habit to help a run-down Catholic school, presided over by Mother Superior. And if trying to reach out to a class full of uninterested students wasn't bad enough, the sisters discover that the school is due to be closed by the unscrupulous local authority chief Mr. Crisp.

The sisters come back to Delores's show to get her back as Sister Mary Clarence to teach music to a group of students in their parochial school which is doomed for closure. One of the girls... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Adam M (kr) wrote: Breathtakingly beautiful and touching and even a good laugh when needed.

Graham B (de) wrote: A light-hearted documentary from Morgan Spurlock about the modern (essentially straight) man's grooming habits. It is split up into chapters (moustache, beard, body, head etc) which are punctuated by skits between Jason Bateman and Ben Silverman (also producers of the film).It kind of skims over the potentially interesting subject of the analysis of metrosexuality. The skits are uber unfunny and only some of the talking heads are interesting. Don't waste your time.

Norbert K (jp) wrote: In the beginning it seems you are watching an adaptation Romeo and Juliet. Having a plot that focuses on a main issue, ?Where do we go now?? captures a rather peaceful world where Christians and Muslims live together in harmony. When the conflict starts and the situation gets tense there is always a joke coming in. In the end the women and the Ukrainian strippers manage to save the day. It would be nice to see this happening more often in the real world too.

Ralph R (jp) wrote: This film is like being the man who has to house and categorize Louie Anderson's turds.

Lisa D (es) wrote: minimally meets expectations.

Lowri P (ru) wrote: That half a star is for Ruffalo's cutie face.

Nadia P (kr) wrote: This movie has a good story line it kept me interested thru the entire thing. I dont think this movie was cast very well. Freddie Prinze Jr. great looking but he did not sell me his part very well. Roselyn Sanchez hot as ever but her part in this movie was a little unbelievable.

Amani Z (mx) wrote: This is by far the worst movie I've EVER seen.

Julian P (ru) wrote: Wouldn't even spit in its direction

Mohammed A (us) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Amaryllis R (mx) wrote: I love this movie, I was laughing every five minutes. I related with the characters almost immediately. Great film.

Nate A (fr) wrote: Ah, the elegance of noir. I can't believe I've put off watching some of these Japanese New Wave gangster pictures. They're great!While the New Wave movement is often more closely associated with French cinema, Japan had it's own avant garde movement. This one pre-dates Melville's 'Le Samourai' by three years and the two have a lot in common.A recently released yakuza returns, unceremoniously, to his former life. He betrays little emotion and says little. He is in the midst of an existential crisis. There is a great scene early on where he returns to his former lover, who lives in a clock shop. The clocks ticking in the background work like the score and building to an almost deafening crescendo which also emphasizes the ever present nature of time progressing but without progress. What is his identity? He spends the length of the film trying to figure it out. Of course, since it's noir, there's also a woman mixed up in all of this. There is also a pretty strong political allegory working here, with the protagonist representing Japan caught between two struggling powers during the height of the Cold War.The climax (and the word was never used more appropriately than it is here) is artfully done. No sound; just music. It was so good, I had to rewind it and watch it again. Speaking of music, the soundtrack for this is great. It it's very reminiscent of Bernard Herrman's stuff which just adds to the ambiance.This isn't as much fun as some of the campier stuff from Suzuki, but if you want a deep, complex, and (for lack of a better word) cool gangster picture, you need look no further than this.

Claire M (nl) wrote: Not gonna lie I love this movie. I find it so cute and so fun for younger people. I love that two of my favorite people were involved in this movie (John and Miley). So cute