A Very Brady Sequel (1996) - Comedy

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The Bradys receive a surprise visit when a man claiming to be Carol's long-lost first husband shows up at their residence, the family question his motives.

IMDB: 5.7
Director: Arlene Sanford
Stars: Shelley Long, Gary Cole
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 4 out of 66 found boring (6.06%)

One-line Reviews (19)

Unfortunately, these are affectionate satires created by people who seemingly actually liked the show, but they still work because the jokes are so dead-on and they string all the elements of the show together to create simple, entertaining plots.

This quick cash-in sequel to the 1995 Brady Bunch Movie is surprisingly really quite good - The wonderfully tongue-in-cheek Shelley Long and Gary Cole make this worth watching just for their performances alone and the story is quite good if a little far-fetched.

It's so fascinating for me to watch them.

The television show never explained what happened to Carol Brady's first husband, which is the engaging starting point for this plot.


If you were a fan of the first "Brady Bunch Movie," you'll probably find this sequel enjoyable as well.

The writing is horrid, the actors don't come close to the original cast, and the rest is just a big waste of time.

Like the first, this is nothing but fluff, but it's some very entertaining fluff, and this is a must-see for Brady fans everywhere.

I enjoyed it and anyone who shares this sense of humour will enjoy it too!

but entertaining fluff.

The first one was kind of boring, which is the worst thing a satire can be.

Has the same wonderful sets and color schemes from the 1995 movie, and the same cast is reassembled in high style, but the basic problems from before remain: weak, repetitive gags and in-jokes stolen from the TV show retold without any irony (only camp value).

it had the laughs,just needed to be a little more entertaining.

I'm giving "A Very Brady Sequel" a fairly high grade because it's funny and entertaining from beginning to end.

Don't waste your time.

This is one of those movies that you appreciate more over time; it isn't necessarily laugh-out-loud hilarious, but it is incredibly entertaining.

The result is a pointless escapade that should be buried.

The dim-witted family, headed by the boring Gary Cole, once again annoys all around them with their sickening 1960s routine of dressing poorly and singing even worse.

This was funnier, and more entertaining.