In the tradition of misbegotten sequels that stagger into theaters long after the original movie's release, this follow-up to 1980's BLUES BROTHERS may find a sympathetic berth with ardent fans. But newbies are warned to stay away, unless they feel
compelled to experience endless scenes of pointless buffoonery and crashing cars. Elwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd) is released from prison and sets out to assemble the Blues Brothers band. He also pays a visit to the orphanage where he and his late brother Jake (the late John Belushi) were raised.
There, an orphan named Buster (J. Evan Bonifant) is foisted on him by mean old Mother Mary Stigmata (Kathleen Freeman), who also s...