Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 is an average coming-of-age film that fails to muster up any reasons justifying its existence. A great movie for girl to go see. This is Hollywood at its worst. I've been waiting for a teen soap opera, but what the film was quite different delivery. At a whim all the girls jump onto planes to Greece, never mind the cost. Despite being of various shapes and sizes, each one of them fits perfectly into the pants. Leading actor Ian takes an interest and Carmen is cast as the lead.
I know this is a strange comparison, but both were thoughtful and intelligent films aimed at a target audience that is usually fed garbage film. And Iwould be remiss not to mention that since this is a sequel with nosub-title it will forever be known to me as The Sisterhood of theTraveling Pants 2: Electic Boogaloo. Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, The. Director: Ken Kwapis Actors: Bradley Whitford, Nancy Travis, Rachel Ticotin, America Ferrera, Mike Vogel, Alexis Bledel, Amber Tamblyn, Michael Rady, Blake Lively, Jenna Boyd. She declines at first until the other girls tell her about their other plans. The successful sequel was based on Brashares's second, third, and fourth books in the series: The Second Summer of the Sisterhood, Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood, and Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood. In a fit of spite, Lena's sister Effie Lucy Hale takes the pants but loses them in Greece.
I also only recently found out that they made 2 movies for them too so right after I just finished the series I saw the movies and I have to say I am disappointed. The bottom line is that this film is a well made fun movie with a well written script. Embarrassing enough, I did shed some tears but no guilt for it. So in resume, it's as good as the first one. Review: I went to see this movie with my wife and, upon entering the theater, immediately became uncomfortable. I guess I like to be entertained and those 4girls make that happen.
No better or worse I feel than the original but the film appears to suffer from less surprise after viewing the first. It is a continuation of familiar character's lives, and its strongest asset is in its storytelling approach. As four best friends spend their first summer apart from one another, they share a magical pair of jeans. The direction was pretty good. Their trials and tribulations are soapy but compelling although the movie may be too overstuffed with soap opera. Of course, the whole point of the series is that the pants connect them as they go off on their own.
When summer finally rolls around, the four girlfriends realize that each has their own goals and agendas, and that time spent together has become more difficult and seemingly less important. When the lead actress and friend Julia invites her to travel to Vermont. All of the actors, with the 4 main ones included, carry the film very well! Ithink all of the girls are amazing in this and I like that the moviewasn't generic. I think this movie had a lot of variety. It is supposed to be about them being together and best friends. There are minor flaws here and there, but it's very easy to get past, I don't understand the rating of 6.
In addition this sequel was a bland second to the first movie. I kind of want to say it was better than the first one. I don't really think guys would like this movie. Jealousy rears its ugly head, betrayal emerges, and every supporting character is physically picture perfect. The ideals are nothing new, the events that frequent each storyline are generic, and the revelations are simplistic. It was a very heartwarming movie to share with my daughter. The movie has a great plot that is very satisfactory.
Subtitles The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. When the firstmovie came out Alexis was riding high on the back of Gilmore Girlsmania, while Amber had recently enjoyed critical acclaim in herstarring turn on Joan of Arcadia although not the public ratingsupport that usually accompanies such high reviews. You wonder if your fellow bees have found a flower which is more salubrious. There were some issues with the plot that I had, but nothing bad enough to not tell you to go see it. Each storyline is touched on, taken in andthen moved on from with impeccable timing, never overstaying itswelcome and never leaving the audience wondering what was going on withthe rest of the girls.
Their coven-like rituals of sharing adventures has steadily lost its meaning, and the foursome discovers that their summer is going to be drastically more independent. This movie did have many flaws and drug on a lot toward the end. Lena is surprised to find Kostas married with a child on the way. Lena Kaligaris Alexis Bledel is on scholarship at Rhode Island School of Design. I was really looking forward to this movie and it didn't disappoint for the most part. If you do not, you will still have a good time. So I was looking forward to The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, curious what the girls were up too in the story.
She does seem to play well off others, against Lauren Graham on Gilmore Girls, and in the scenes with Amber Tamblyn in this film. Bridget Vreeland Blake Lively isin existential crisis missing her mother and decides to travel to anarchaeological dig in Turkey. Want stories like these delivered straight to your phone? The not knowing of characters lives and how they are unfolding. There's also some impressive input from supporting performances, such as the great Blythe Danner and the heartfelt Shohreh Aghdashloo. Whether or not each girl is appealing or relatable, and although many references to the original are made, their stories are plotted out with enough detail that watching the first film is not a prerequisite.
The actresses are all terrific. She falls for Leo Jesse Williams and then Kostas come back into her life. Perhaps the art of the film is it's action and progression but for this, all the scenes and characters should be as emphatic as each other. The next chapter in the tale of the denim divas follows them to allcorners of the earth, but separately. But these girls have let their friendship go and must find a way to make the magic of the pants work once again.