hardbodies 2So last week we watched the film Hardbodies for Cheeseball Cinema and we were pleasantly surprised at how good the film really was. So, for this week’s Cheeseball Cinema film, we decided to watch the sequel Hardbodies 2. The film stars Brad Zutaut (Back To School) as Scotty Palmer who is now a big shot actor. It seems as if Scotty has it all from a budding career and a high maintenance fiance. But one day while on the set of the movie he is filming in Greece, Scotty meets the girl of his dreams in Cleo (Fabiana Udenio) and he decides to rethink his life and what is important. The only problem is that there are people that are standing in his way like the jealous step-dad and the pain in the you know what hot shot co-star. The film also stars James Karen (Return Of The Living Dead) as Logan, Louise Baker (A Cry In The Wild) as Cookie, Sam Temeles (Working Tra$h) as Rags, Brenda Bakke (Tales From The Crypt: Demon Knight) as Morgan, Roberta Collins (Death Race 2000) as Lana Logan, Sorrells Pickard (Hardbodies) as Carlton Ashby, Robert Rhine (Knock Outs) as Montino, and the film was directed by Mark Griffiths (Hardbodies).

The Girls Of Hardbodies 2Alright now as far as the quality between the two films is concerned, the first film is still the better film. The structure of the first film was definitely better than this one even though this had it strong moments. As far as T&A is concerned, there is so much of it in this film that it was hard to find a scene that didn’t have it one way or another. It was almost a little much even though that is a mouthful to say. I kept looking at the character of Morgan (Bakke) and I wondered where have I seen this woman before and then it dawned on me as soon as I saw that Hot Shots: Part Deux was one of her credits. Also, how can I forget the beautiful Fabiana Udenio who just steals our hearts right when she steps on screen. If you don’t remember her, just re-watch the first Austin Powers film and you’ll know exactly who she is (she was also in one of my favorite 80’s movies in Summer School). There are some moments in the film when you notice that they probably didn’t have a lot of money to film this with the obvious fake rats and that shot of the plane flying in the sky at the end of the movie. That my friends was Cheeseball Cinema worthy of a shot and that is why we love these films. The acting for the most part was pretty good with a few exceptions here and there, but not bad at all. With that being said it is time to grade the film. On a scale of one being close to an A-list Hollywood film and five being the cheesiest film of all time, I am going to have to give the film an 3.1 for a final grade.

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  1. […] So last week we watched the film Hardbodies for Cheeseball Cinema and we were pleasantly surprised at how good the film really was. So, for this week’s Cheeseball Cinema film, we decided to watch the sequel Hardbodies 2. The film stars Brad Zutaut (Back To School) as Scotty Palmer who is now a big shot actor. It seems as if Scotty has it all from a budding career and a high maintenance fiance. But one day while on the set of the movie he is filming in Greece, Scotty meets the girl of his dreams in Cleo (Fabiana Udenio) and he decides to rethink his life and what is important. The only problem is that there are people that are standing in his way like the jealous step-dad and the pain in the you know what hot shot co-star. The film also stars James Karen (Return Of The Living Dead) as Logan, Louise Baker (A Cry In The Wild) as Cookie, Sam Temeles (Working Tra$h) as Rags, Brenda Bakke (Tales From The Crypt: Demon Knight) as Morgan, Roberta Collins (Death Race 2000) as Lana Logan, Sorrells Pickard (Hardbodies) as Carlton Ashby, Robert Rhine (Knock Outs) as Montino, and the film was directed by Mark Griffiths (Hardbodies).To see the rest of the review regarding how the film was, please visit my other blog for the full article here. […]

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