More unbearable maudlin sentiment from Erich Segal. This sequel to the inexplicably successful 1970 tearjerker LOVE STORY begins as Ali McGraw's casket is being lowered into the grave. A distraught O'Neal attempts to go on with his life, working as a busy lawyer in a prestigious firm, while
still spewing his mawkish 1960s liberal sentiments, with an overdose of self-pity that continually frustrates his close friends. Then one fine day he meets the beautiful heir to the Bonwit Teller fortune, Bergen. In a distinct contrast to the original film, we now have a case of rich-loves-rich.
From there it's the usual Segal nonsense, highlighted by Milland's reprise of his ro...