Grease 2

Grease 2

It's 1961, two years after the original Grease gang graduated, and there's a new crop of seniors and new members of the coolest cliques on campus, the Pink Ladies and T-Birds. Michael Carrington is the new kid in school - but he's been branded a brainiac. Can he fix up an old motorcycle, don a leather jacket, avoid a rumble with the leader of the T-Birds, and win the heart of Pink Lady Stephanie?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:1982
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   gangster,   sequel,  

This is an interesting film opens the story of an English student at a 1960's American high school. He had to prove himself to the leader of a girls' gang whose members could only date greasers. He was surely going to try! Let's see the movie to discover immediately! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Grease 2 torrent reviews

Erin C (ca) wrote: I had a feeling about who the "stalker" was the entire time, but it was still pretty shocking.

Liam M (gb) wrote: It's nothing spectacularly new when it comes to the Western genre. but it is a very good looking movie

Jordan G (br) wrote: Fantastic look into one of the best bands to come out of Manchester!

Jacob1220 (ru) wrote: Loved the books .The cast is spot on with the exception of Jace . The movie was quick and simple and even though it was different from the source material I still loved it .The soundtrack was perfect and the film was overall was a good time.

Alan H (ag) wrote: Honestly, from the looks of the trailer it is just a female version of 'strangers on a train' with more ambiguous lesbian scenes to ratchet up the 'perving factor' Though I'll see it to find out whether I'm right or not, this looks like a prissy and 'bad' retelling of a far greater story, if you want suspense and actual tension, go watch the hitchcock movie I mentioned above, it's a far better movie this this one will be.

Thomas D (ca) wrote: There are a lot of great things about First Class, but I think the one that sticks out to me the most (even after years and tons of viewings) is that it works as both a reboot and prequel. Even though the continuity has since been mingled with even more, this film did such a great job of resetting the universe without tarnishing what came before.In large part, the strengths of the film lie with Matthew Vaughn's direction. Up to this point, I liked most of the X-Men films, but even the people who have loved the series would say that there wasn't much "fun" to be had. The original X-Men trilogy took itself very seriously and rightfully so. But there's something to be said for a mutant story that poses similar thought provoking questions and themes like before, while also making a fun adventure out of it. Vaughn does a wonderful job balancing the two.Setting an X-Men film in the 1960's meant having to recast all of the recurring characters. Luckily, casting was something 20th Century Fox had no problem with. I don't think we could have dreamed of a better pairing to take over the roles of Professor X and Magneto than James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. Perhaps, some would say that the two of them have outdone their counterparts, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan (I, myself being one of those people). Much like the film itself, McAvoy and Fassbender put their own spin on the characters, but bring enough similarity in their performance to understand the connective tissue between the pairs.Something the new trilogy of X-Men films does incredibly well is use the decade the films are set in to enhance the overall story they were going for. First Class is set in the 60's, and uses the Cuban Missile Crisis as the film's climatic sequence. But it uses it in a way that doesn't exploit that event, instead, gives a reason for there to be tension between Charles & Erik. This film and Days of Future Past nail the relationship between those two more so than any X-Men film to date.Going back to the fun stuff though, the rest of the mutants are made up of mostly throw away heroes and villains. No one was really asking for characters like Azazel, Riptide, Angel Salvadore, Havoc, Darwin, Banshee, or even more Mystique. But even as much as these characters could have felt like throwaway characters, Vaughn managed to build them into the story in a creative way. Everyone has their own arc and moment to shine. In fact, my favorite part of the film involves Charles & Erik recruiting, and subsequently training everyone. It's classic superhero stuff.Overall, First Class makes good with its new cast and setting. Matthew Vaughn transitioned what was originally planned as a Magneto origin story into a wonderfully balanced comic-book adaptation. One that nails the characters motivations and mindsets in a refreshing but respectful and realistic way. +Charles & Erik+Recruiting & Training+Score+Vaughn's directing+Setting adds to the story9.4/10

Benjamin (mx) wrote: Totally the worst Australian Movie ever made not that it was boring but it needed Famous aussie actors in it to boost the ratings for this crap storyline and thats all im sayin!!

Lijo J (gb) wrote: The worst movie i've ever seen..

PieterJan V (de) wrote: I thought this was a pretty good film, maybe a bit too sentimental though!

peter h (jp) wrote: a walking mummy, some bad acting, and a nice ending, I wonder where he went to.

Benot R (us) wrote: Il y a tout ce que j'aime dans le western ici. De l'action, sans s'arrter ou presque. Castellari va vraiment voir gauche et droite pour reprendre ce qui se fait de mieux et faire un western-spaghetti sa sauce. Leone, Peckinpah ou Ford sont des exemples les plus probants. Le personnage de Keoma semble lgendaire. La sorcire qui l'accompagne chaque tournant important, chaque endroit o il y a la mort mais qui semble veiller sur lui est l pour rappeler que nous ne sommes pas vraiment face une histoire qui pourrait tre vraie. C'est une forme de conte la mode western. Les fusillades sont superbement bien rendues grce un montage ultra-dynamique mais utilisant aussi normment les ralentis. Le montage est probablement l'lment le plus ingnieux du film. Permettant des moments incroyables comme quand Keoma se revoit enfant au moment o il est prsent sur les lieux. Il y a aussi ces coupures, ces flashbacks qui interviennent des moments inhabituels. La rfrence biblique est norme. Keoma, une sorte de Messie que les gens ne veulent pas avoir. La scne de la roue, o le justicier est mis comme le Christ sur la croix est magnifique. Les dcors et les plans larges aussi. La musique des frres De Angelis est en parfaite adquation avec l'oeuvre, lui procurant mme une aura supplmentaire. Totalement sous le charme. Rien ne m'a dplu, mme dans les messages que le film tente de faire passer, avec un gars apportant la paix, s'interrogeant sur la guerre, rappelant que chaque homme, de n'importe quelle couleur, est libre. Et notre hros, notre Messie face l'ignorance et la btise de la population repart, libre... pour ne jamais revenir ?

Karsh D (es) wrote: Possibly the most Iconic film of the series - Babs flying bikini is what everyone remembers from this.

Reece L (kr) wrote: Thunderball is another mediocre Bond entry that only slightly outpaces Dr. No due to its admirable lack of white people in yellow-face. There are far too many dead spots, the pace stalls every time Bond isn't doing something violent, and the misogyny is especially egregious. The dialogue moves past pleasantly cheesy into the realm of idiotic (ex. Sean Connery literally says "See you later, alligator" as he's leaving the room of one of the several women he has sex with in this thing) and the performances from the supporting players are less than stellar; thankfully, the action sequences are inventive enough to make this a mildly entertaining, albeit entirely inessential Bond film.

Deb A (au) wrote: Fun with another monster.

Nicola M (ag) wrote: The film centers around a shop girl who spots a guy at a diner. The shop girl soon becomes fascinated with the guy and begins looking up information on him. He turns out to be an unmarried pediatrician, who is just the man, the shop girl is looking for. She soon becomes quite obsessive over the doctor , trying in every way possible for him to fall in love with her. Her actions come off more psychotic than anything, and if I had spotted her walking down, the street I would run in the other direction, which the doctor should have done. A truly embarrassing film for Cary Grant, Franchot Tone, and Diana Lynn. It isn't worth the watch, unless you are trying to watch all of Cary's films.

Jason M (de) wrote: Started the Cinematic Universe excellently.

Konrad A (mx) wrote: This was a ok movie with Ben stiller he was funny in this movie. I like how he played with Rex the dinosaur and it was cool how him and his son in the movie road the dinosaur in the park to get the tablet. So good moments and funny parts I would say.So see what you think