Jeepers Creepers II
R
Entertainment: +1
Acceptability: -3

Young Billy Taggart (Shaun Flemming) is in the cornfield putting the scarecrows on their perches when he sees something move. Right in front of his brother (Luke Edwards) and his father (Ray Wise), he is snatched up by a winged creature. The Creeper (Jonathan Breck) is back. Then a flat tire leaves a bus of basketball players, cheerleaders and coaches stranded on the infamous Highway 9. The Creeper begins to pick off victims one by one. The scared teens, stranded on the bus with nightfall upon them, must put away their differences and join forces to fight this demonic creature who is determined to make them part of his feeding frenzy.

Aside from being boring and tiresome, this film is full of bad language, gore and an ugly creature who just isnt that scary. Due to many negative elements, Preview cannot recommend the film. The language is particularly offensive with the f-word used beyond number along with other objectionable language. The violence in the movie is continual as the Creeper kills his victims. There is nothing good about this movie, except perhaps the special effects. Jeepers, this film isnt worth the money it will cost you to see it. Even at matinee prices!

Preview Reviewer: Lynn Nusser
Distributor: MGM

Summary
Crude Language: Mild - Several (9) times, Moderate Many (14) times
Obscene Language: Many (60+) times S-word 13, F-word 40+, words referring to genitals and excretion 10+
Profanity: Regular - Many (7) times (JC, GD), Exclamatory Few (2) times (OG, OMG)
Violence: Many times as the Creeper picks off his victims. farmer uses a gun, knife and harpoon on the Creeper; Creeper gets a javelin in the head; Creeper tears off a teens head, and the headless body is shown flailing; teen gets knifed in arm; some minor pushing and shoving between teens
Sexual Intercourse: None
Nudity: Near Nudity: Teen boy without shirt
Homosexual Conduct: One of the teens is teased by his peers of being gay(he isnt) They refer to him as Is She or Isnt She
Sexually Suggestive Action/Dialog: Once (a cheerleader says that when they lose a game, one of the players is all over her)
Drug Abuse: Girl teens and female coach smoking tobacco
Other: Middle finger gesture, boys urinating outside (nothing shown), teen guy tells another teen to go sniff some jockstraps
Running Time: 103 minutes
Intended Audience: Teens

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