Overall Rank: 5797
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 66
Theatrical Release Date: 08/08/2008
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 11/18/2008
Genre: Comedy, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Sanaa Hamri
Actors: Jesse Williams, Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn, Rachel Nichols, Kyle MacLachlan, America Ferrera
Plot: Now in college, the sisterhood looks on from a far. Telling stories in honesty and humor have always kept them close. This time it is time for a new adventure that grows them up but keeps them having fun. Sequel to the first "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants."
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Elshad - wrote on 01/03/2013
I didn't like Carmen that much in the first movie, but in this movie she was very impressive. In the first one she was over-emotional and mean but in this movie she looked a real grown up and mature girl who's taking care of others more than she's doing about herself. Also family ties and friendship was better shown in this movie. Overall I think the second movie is way better than the first one and I really enjoyed watching it
frenchfreyteetor - wrote on 11/23/2008
A good second in the series. All the girls have great chemistry and it was a sweet and fun movie. I don't think this one came even close to the first story, but I'm a girl who likes a happy ending and this movie gave it to me. Bring on number three!
Freddie - wrote on 11/21/2008
This movie wasn't too bad. It had moments off aww and moments of yay, but as a whole I don't think I liked it as much as I liked the first one. None of the storylines where extremely interesting. I loved some of their locations. Greece and Turkey looked amazing. However, this one could have been a little bit better. ((SPOILER)) At least they lost the pants. Now, they won't feel compelled to make a 3rd one that goes even further down hill.
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Franz Patrick - wrote on 01/22/2009
This sequel is arguably just as good as the original mainly because of the exotic locations and earnest acting. Two and half out of the four storylines worked for me: Amber Tamblyn’s pregnancy scare and her fear of everyone leaving her someday, America Ferrera’s accidental acting gig and her fear of growing distant from her friends, and half of Alexis Bledel’s lost love (Michael Rady) in Greece. I usually love watching Blake Lively (and I did love her here) but the storyline involving archeology and her grandmother felt forced. Every time the film would focus on her so-called life challenges, the momentum of the picture slowed down tremendously. As for the part that didn’t work for me regarding Bledel, it mostly has something to do with her acting. This was also a problem in the …
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