Sure, the sequel to THE BRADY BUNCH MOVIE is garish and broad. It's also goofy and regressive, and Exhibit A in the argument that baby boomer nostalgia is ruining the world. And you know what? It's also pretty funny -- certainly more so than the first film, which expended a
lot of energy trying to situate the terminally '70s Bradys in
the '90s without having to make them of
the '90s. The sequel sniggers more but strains less, and lets the world's dopiest blended family do their very silly stuff. Such plot as there is derives from the apparent
reappearance of Carol Brady's (Shelley Long) dead husband (Tim Matheson), and the quasi-incestuous feelings th...