"Ski School 2" is a departure from its predecessor. Whereas the first "Ski School" was a party film, the sequel is a romantic comedy, albeit a romantic comedy geared more for the guys than the ladies. I love the first film, so in comparison, "Ski School 2" comes up short. However when judged on its own, the film still gives a nice, warm, comfortable feeling of entertainment. It may not have you rolling on the floor like the first film, but it is more dater-friendly.
The DVD is minimal, really bare bones. It consists of nothing but the standard FBI warnings and the feature title track itself. There are no menus of any kind. The film does have chapter breaks, but there is no chapter selection menu. There is only one audio option, Dolby 2.1. On the bright side, the picture is crisp.
Despite the minimal philosophy of this DVD, in the end I decided the film itself was all I really wanted. I've been waiting on pins and needles for the original film to come out on DVD. My reaction when I heard about this item when it was recently released was one of cautious optimism. Perhaps one day the original film will be released. In the meantime, I marginally recommend this purchase to anyone who likes "Ski School 2" or anyone who wants a fun, silly, low-brow romantic comedy. However, due to the fact that this isn't the original "Ski School" and that the DVD is minimal, I can only give it three stars.