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We Are Not Angels 2 (2005)

We Are Not Angels 2 (2005) is a sequel of the We Are Not Angels (1992) but the story of the movie itself [We Are Not Angels 2 (2005)] is a remake of the movie She’s Out Of Control (1989). What started  as a ‘simple’ movie [We Are Not Angels (1992)] that was suppose to be director’s essentially FDU graduate thesis project, an irreverent youth comedy, turned out to become a cult classic in Serbia and eventually in the rest of the former Yugoslav countries. We Are Not Angels 2 (2005) from my point of view has a very simple script and it is very easy to understand yet, it is very entertaining and doesn’t get bored not even for a moment with all those hilarious situations that will crack you up. Interesting element of the movie are the Angel and the Devil, who have a bet about how this story is going to end (and doing their part to lean the story to their favour).

Nikola, who is a lover boy and a big time womenizer, a ladies man if you will, (20 years later since the prequel) still keep his habits up, but now he has a daughter. And as time flies, she hits the teen age. Now this is where the tables have turned. Nikola, a man who was used to chase girls, and hide or run away from their fathers or husbands, now tastes his own medicine. His daughter from a geeky little girl who’s into paintball and soccer, receives a very special birthday present from her mom for her 16th birthday — a make over; and the difference was to such an extent, that even her own father didn’t recognized her.

Things start to escalate when Nikola starts fending off the heap of young horney teenage boys on raging hormones who have but only one goal – his ‘daddy’s little princess’, but since he is a Grand Master of that particular area of expertise, a man that knows each and every trick in the book, Nikola uses that as an advantage to keep his daughter’s ‘innocence’.

Starring: Nikola Kojo, Mirka Vasiljevic, Srjan Todorovic, Uros Djuric, Zoran Cvijanovic,

Director: Srdjan Dragojevic

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