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House Party II
House Party II
- 1h 34m
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It's jammin'! It's slammin'! High school is over, but the party is not. Join Kid n' Play for a hip-hop college adventure in House Party 2. Kid decides to pursue college instead of joining Play in a recording career. But when Play loses Kid's tuition money, the two boys have to devise a new plan--and this will be the wildest one yet! Sequel to the smash hit House Party.
© 1991 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Common Sense Says
Solid sequel has language, sex, and raunchy humor.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that House Party 2 is a 1992 comedy in which Kid and Play must find a way to ensure Kid stays in college after his tuition check is stolen by a con artist. Throughout the moments of slapstick, bawdy humor, and one-liners are positive messages about African American empowerment; the importance of learning not only for its own sake, but also for developing a deeper understanding of one's background to understand the challenges of the present and the demands of the future; and being true to yourself. There's also strong sexual content throughout, and while there are messages and examples of being a strong woman, outside of the two female lead characters, the secondary female characters and the villain tend to be sex objects who dance around in pajamas, sit in cars blowing kisses, or have sex in hopes of getting a record contract. Play is shown having loud sex in Kid's dorm room (no nudity). A record store clerk has loud sex behind the counter of the store (no nudity). While hiding under a bed, one of the lead characters feels the mattress push against his face when a man and woman have sex above him, as the older man says things like, "Give me that good college p---y." At a large party, an upperclassman who has been trying to date Kid's girlfriend gives her sips from a flask and tries to forcibly pull her away from the party despite her saying no, before he's stopped by Kid and his friends. The movie has sexual innuendo throughout, frequent profanity (including "f--k" and "motherf----r"), cigar smoking, and brief fistfights that are comically exaggerated.
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- Genre:Comedy, Drama
- Release Date:January 1, 1991
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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