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Those rambunctious kids are back in school and back in trouble in a smash sequel to the 1978 worldwide hit. Corey Feldman leads a rock and roll rally at Ronald Reagon High, but must triumph over the evil plans of the school's fascist principal, Vadar, who wants to halt the school dance and run their school like a prison.Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
While a couple of characters returned from the original film, they are played by different actors in this one. Only Mary Woronov returned, and while it is assumed that Doctor Vadar and Evelyn Togar may be the same person, it's never clearly stated and neither McGree nor Eaglebauer recognize her. See more »
Dr. Vadar would certainly be killed by the collapse of the school building--unless the explosion kills her first. See more »
[to the audience, while rigging the PA system]
They hate it when we do this.
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Warning: The practical jokes depicted in this motion picture are performed by professionals. Do not attempt them at your school as they may result in DETENTION HALL FOR LIFE! See more »
Not many people know that there was a sequel made to "Rock 'n' Roll High School", even with fans of the original movie. Seeing this sequel, it doesn't take long watching it to figure out why it isn't better known. To be fair, this looks a lot better than other Roger Corman movies of this period - it had something of a budget. And the movie is directed and acted with a great amount of enthusiasm. But I couldn't warm up to it in the end. It has a sloppy script, with the movie frequently abandoning telling the (thin) story to show us unrelated vignettes. And the music isn't very good, either doing third-rate versions of classic songs or unremarkable new songs (though the song that plays during the opening credits is okay.) Also, Corey Feldman simply can't sing that well. Still, it keeps your attention as to what new kind of craziness will happen next. If you watch it, I recommend you watch it when your expectations are low.
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