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Festivale Summer 1996
(Reviews Dec-Jan., 1996)

A Very Brady Sequel

American Gothic meets Medieval Television
Yes, this is a story of a man named Brady (played by American Gothic evil-doer Michael Cole) who married a blonde sheila in good faith thinking that her explorer-husband, father of her three blonde daughters was dead. He, his three sons, and their housekeeper open their home and lives to these women. But … who knows where evil lurks, because …

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This movie demonstrates that it is possible to play characters completely out of step with their surroundings, without sniggering. Okay, some of the jokes were worse than the clothes. Some of the homilies were more painful that the decor. But it was a little like going home.

It would probably be best to see this film with your old school bag under your feet and snacking on whatever was your old after-school snack.

I'm not sure if it's worth $10 each to see this film. This is the kind of film that isn't lost on the small screen, is best appreciated with a group of friends, and may very well be improved by an audience-participation script a la The Rocky Horror Show.

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