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Sister Act 2 Back in the Habit

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Worldly-famous-singer-pretend-a-nun Deloris is asked back to the convent to teach a parochial school choir. But bad news keep coming to her, teaching uninterested students is not fun, and knowing that the school is due to be closed is not, either.
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Juicy Cerebellum
October 28, 2005
Chicago Reader
I hope what they all got paid made it worth the bother.
August 04, 2009
Empire Magazine
While the kids may sing a storm when at last they get down to mixing Beethoven, gospel and rap, in the good clean fun department this is monumentally weak and derivative.
August 04, 2009
Washington Post
This shoddiest of sequels should be the last act for these sorry Sisters.
January 01, 2000
Enough already! Nun more, please. And "cute" is not the descriptive word here.
August 03, 2007
TV Guide
A slapdash affair, with paper-thin plotting and characters more or less redeemed by some winning musical sequences.
August 04, 2009
7M Pictures
lame, stupid sequel
September 02, 2005
Washington Post
Shamelessly contrived pap.
January 01, 2000
Two trips to the convent is one too many.
August 04, 2009
Time Out
Bouncy musical numbers and plenty of social concern, but the star, regrettably, is on autopilot.
June 24, 2006
New York Times
The sequel suffers from a lame, saccharine premise and a fatally earnest manner.
May 20, 2003