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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Set of Hilarious Films 3 April 2011
By FrenchNewWave12 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Okay, so right now, you're probably wondering what exactly is in this set. While Amazon might have listed it as a flashback to the 50's, this is not the TV movies of the 70's and 80's. What you get here is the films of the 90's that spoofed the series, as well as Growing Up Brady, the TV movie that showed the behind the scenes of the show everyone knows and loves from Barry William's perspective. For those OC fans out there, the film features a young Adam Brody (pre-OC) in the role of Barry. While not the greatest movie, it's still an enjoyable view. I have been a huge fan of the first two Brady Bunch satire films, The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel for a long time. True, they're kind of awful, but that's the point. They're hilarious, and they achieve all that they set out to do. The two theatrical movies are in widescreen, while The Brady Bunch in the White House and Growing Up Brady are both in fullscreen. I still haven't watched The Brady Bunch in the White House. But Gary Cole and Shelley Long reprise their roles of Mr. and Mrs. Brady, so I'm sure it's still a good time. For the price, this set is a great deal, and these films are a hoot!
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 2 are great, 1 is mediocre, the other is... not like the others. 3 April 2011
By Pam Hodges - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
For the price, this is one amazing set. Even if the first two films were the only ones included, I would say it would definitely be worth getting. However, we get four films, which is great for fans of the original series, and the movie series spoofing it!

The first two films in the set, The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel are astounding. They're truly the pinnacle of satire. Everything from direct references, to cameos, to racy innuendos are all here, and it's perfect for fans and non-fans alike. The humor is brilliant, and I can't tell you how many times I've watched these on VHS. I am happy to now own them on DVD.

The next film is a bit of a let down. It's a direct to TV sequel to the previous films, and while Shelley Long and Gary Cole return as the founding Bradys, the kids are recast. This is a huge let down for those who have seen the original two, specifically for the lack of Jennifer Elise Cox as Jan Brady, who was one of the biggest successes of the original theatricals. Overall, this one just isn't as clever or funny as the first two.

Why Growing Up Brady is in this set, I can't begin to tell you. It feels noticeably out of place amongst the satires in the set. The biopic itself is someone enjoyable, but nothing to get excited about.

All in all, other than a strange product description, this a great set to own, even just for 2 of the 4 films!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars don't fight the tide, come along for the ride 26 July 2011
By JGC - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is a super cool 4-disc set of 4 of the grooviest movies ever made. Each disc includes a color silkscreen picture on it. No special features are included though and these are the exact same discs that come with the standalone releases. Discs are packaged in a lenticular slipcase (see pictures of everything I scanned, labled and posted).

Below are the 4 movies/4 discs included:

The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) feature film
rated: PG-13, 88 mins., widescreen format

A Very Brady Sequel (1996) feature film
rated: PG-13, 89 mins., widescreen format

The Brady Bunch in the White House (2002) TV movie
rated: PG-13, 88 mins., fullscreen format

Growing Up Brady (2000) TV movie
rated: PG-13, 88 mins., fullscreen format

My favorite movie from this set is "The Brady Bunch Movie" and coming in at a close second is "A Very Brady Sequel". These movies are very sharp and pure satire, no BB fan can watch them without laughing at the ludicrousness. The other 2 movies aren't as strong as the proceeding ones, but they're still excellent and at this price I can't really complain.

Like the BB Shag Carpet boxed set, this is also made in Mexico and distributed by Paramount. (Note to Paramount: please consider putting out the complete series of "The Brady Brides", as well as the 1990 "The Bradys" as I'm sure you know many fans would desperately like to watch these hilarious shows again.)

If you have any interest in "The Brady Bunch" I say get this set because chances are it will become a collector's item (not at all unlike the 1-disc "Brady Bunch Variety Hour" DVD). This is just so much fun to watch and something you can be proud to share with your friends because who doesn't love the Bradys.

Mr. Sherwood Schwartz (may he rest in peace) created "The Brady Bunch" more than 40 years ago. And since then an entire world inspired by this classic has been reinvented countless times over the decades. As a lifelong BB fan, to me, what makes "The Brady Bunch" so lasting is that it's more than just a sitcom; it's a family that transcends time and culture. We can relate to them because we grew up watching them.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Value 4 Mar. 2013
By music-rocks - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I was looking for A Very Brady Sequel when I found this. It was about the same price as Sequel alone (from the marketplace). I already own The Brady Bunch Movie (and love it!) and decided to go for this since I didn't have The Brady Bunch In The White House or Growing Up Brady. I found Sequel to be as good as The Brady Bunch Movie- very funny. The BB in the White House was not as good, imho, as the other two. Despite having Gary Cole and Shelly Long return as Mike and Carol Brady, a weak script makes this movie struggle for laughs. The actors playing the kids do a good job, but again the poor storyline makes it hard for them to really show their talent. All in all worth a watch, but not as good as The Brady Bunch Movie or A Very Brady Sequel. This brings us to Growing Up Brady, based on Barry William's (the original Greg Brady) best selling book of the same name. This is very different from the other three movies, showing what it was like behind the scenes of the original Brady tv series from Barry's point of view. Insightful, well written and good acting make Growing Up Brady a must see for any fan of the original series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost a groovy masterpiece 8 Jan. 2013
By Don - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Unlike most late baby boomers, I'm not reluctant to admit I am a lifelong Brady fan. The spoofs have many good moments if you are a fan. If you are not, you probably won't be interested in these films. The jokes about Jan (always my favorite) and her Marcia obsession, lousy eye site, and raven haired wig are the strengths of the spoof films. Where these films fail is with the original content. The Brady Bunch Movie is easily the best of the three spoofs but, falls down with too much slapstick from Michael McKean (whom I love in Spinal Tap) and the other non-Brady characters. As for Growing up Brady, I found it interesting but, was disappointed that the movie ends when The Brady Bunch ended it's original run. The typecasting problems the actors faced as the show continued in syndication is only lightly dealt with. The packaging is fine with me and about what I expected. No complaints about the discs themselves. In summary, I'm glad I have this package but, am reluctant to put the "must see" tag on them for Brady fans.
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