City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold

Released 1994


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Paul Weiland
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold, the sequel to City Slickers, is a 1994 comedy directed by Paul Weiland. Mitch Robbins (Billy Crystal) is a New York City native whose life is going great. He has a loving wife, cute kids, and a new, high-paying job as a radio station manager. To top it all off, he just found a hidden treasure map left in his house by his dead friend Curly (Jack Palance). After doing a bit of research, Mitch discovers that the map will lead to gold stolen from the Western Pacific Railroad during a 1908 train robbery. Taking his best friend Phil (Daniel Stern) and his younger brother Glen (Jon Lovitz) along for the journey, Mitch travels to the Nevada desert to search for the loot. As the city slickers brave the harsh, treacherous environment, they must also face off against bloodthirsty robbers who are trying to get to the treasure first.

Metacritic Score

  • 60

    Empire William Thomas

    Nowhere near as good as the first one but all the same ingredients.

  • 50

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    City Slickers II, subtitled The Legend of Curly's Gold, makes the mistake of thinking we care more about the gold than about the city slickers. Like too many sequels, it has forgot...

  • 38

    Rolling Stone Peter Travers

    This lumbering retread, subtitled The Legend of Curly's Gold, is mostly old ground slavishly covered. There are wider gaps between the jokes this time, and the slick style of Briti...

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Westerns, Military & War