Grease 2

Released 1982


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Patricia Birch
Grease 2 is the 1982 sequel to the movie musical Grease. Another year at Rydell High and Stephanie Zinone (Michelle Pfeiffer) is the leader of the pink ladies. Her courtship with the leader of the T-Birds, Johnny Nogerelli (Adrian Zmed) is becoming strained as she feels she has matured much faster than him. English transfer student Michael Carrington (Maxwell Caulfield) has quickly fallen for Stephanie and will do whatever it takes to catch her eye. He begins to do homework for his schoolmates in order to raise money to build a motorcycle. He feels as though creating a mysterious, masked, motorcyclist persona called the Cool Rider will gain the attention of Stephanie. While masquerading as the Cool Rider, Michael begins to help Stephanie with her homework. During the tutoring sessions, Stephanie begins to realize that he is very nice and charming and begins to fall for him. Stephanie and Johnny are still technically dating and are named king and queen of the Rock-A-Hula Luau. At the luau, the evil motorcycle gang known as the Cycle Lords shows up to wreak havoc. The Cool Rider teams up with the T-Birds and rids the luau of the Cycle Lords. At this point, the Cool Rider reveals himself to be Michael and Stephanie declares her love for him as Johnny offers him a spot in the T-Birds.moreless


Metacritic Score

  • 50

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    This movie just recycles "Grease," without the stars, without the energy, without the freshness and without the grease.

  • 50

    The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Jay Scott

    The one surprise, in a product purposely designed not to surprise, is the performance of Connie Stevens as Yvette Mason, the good-looking but aging and overweeningly vain "fun" tea...

  • 38

    Slant Magazine Eric Henderson

    The sequel to Grease is not much more than a remake, wherein every minute detail is nothing more than an attempt to pilfer the magic of the first film.

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Arts, Comedy, Drama, Music


Love & Romance, Romantic Comedy, Musicals