Porky’s II: The Next Day :- Watch Porky’s II: The Next Day on Youtube on Fire, The naughty high schoolers of Angel Beach High now seek revenge on a group of KKK religious fanatics and corrupt politicians who want to shut down their Shakespeare production after they cast a Seminole transfer student in the lead. Bob Clark’s untimely death in a car crash a few days ago brings to mind his career, including “Porky’s II: The Next Day”. This one hilariously continues the get-laid-at-any-cost adventures of the teenage boys portrayed in the original movie. The actual plot has their school putting on a production of Shakespeare plays and getting threatened by the Ku Klux Klan, an angry clergyman, and hypocritical politicians. Of course, it’s all an excuse for any crazy idea that they can dream up. I nearly laughed myself hoarse during the restaurant scene, not only at what was happening but also trying to imagine how much fun they must have had filming it! Anyway, it’s just a pleasure to watch, particularly with what happens in the cemetery, and the whole end sequence. This was a sequel that equaled its original. And if you remember the “electric sex” from “A Christmas Story”, check out the Shakespeare performance here! Just hilarious. To play off of what another Porky famously said: th-th-th-that’ll never be all, folks! In conclusion: Bob Clark, wherever you are, we’ll always remember you, if only for the “Porky’s” movies.It does cheat by forsaking the titular establishment entirely, though the formula is pretty much the same as before – except that here some of the characters from the original disappear and are replaced by new ones, while the girl who was involved with the protagonist in the first film gets a bigger part this time around. Again, the film pits a certain minority – in this case, American Indians – against a bigoted community. While the film’s major asset has to be the over-the-top characterization of the hypocritical Reverend, there are almost as many belly laughs here as in the original. Scenes that particularly stand out are the ‘Shakespeare v. Bible’ quoting duel (even if it’s kind of silly and out-of-character to have the boys involved in putting on a show of the Bard’s work in the first place) and the individual come-uppance of the gang’s various antagonists – the KKK (in the school gymnasium), the duplicitous board member (humiliated in a restaurant prior to re-election) and the aforementioned evangelist and his flock (at their own rally).
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Release: 24 June 1983 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 4.9/10
Director: Bob Clark
Stars: Dan Monahan, Wyatt Knight, Mark Herrier