My Girl 2

  • PG
  • Howard Zieff (1994)
  • US
  • 94 min
My Girl 2
Film Review
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2 out of 5

At least the first film offered the pleasure of Macaulay Culkin getting offed in a movie. No such luck this time and the result is an unthreatening, absolutely redundant sequel, in which the now adolescent Anna Chlumsky treks off to Los Angeles to find out what her real mother (who died during childbirth) was like. The nominal adult leads (Dan Aykroyd and Jamie Lee Curtis) are left stuck at home with little to do but wring their hands with concern, and not even the appearance of 1970s celebs such as Richard Masur and John David Souther succeeds in enlivening the proceedings. Still, fans of the original (and there must be some) will probably love it.

Plot Summary

Drama starring Dan Aykroyd, Jamie Lee Curtis and Anna Chlumsky. A young girl decides to write about her mother, who died in childbirth, for a school project. When she goes to stay in her mother's old house with her uncle Phil, she finds help in her detective work coming from an unexpected quarter.

Cast and crew


Harry Sultenfuss
Dan Aykroyd
Shelly Sultenfuss
Jamie Lee Curtis
Vada Sultenfuss
Anna Chlumsky
Nick Zsigmond
Austin O'Brien
Phil Sultenfuss
Richard Masur
Rose Zsigmond
Christine Ebersole
Jeffrey Pommeroy
J D Souther
Maggie Muldoven
Angeline Ball


Howard Zieff

Other Information

Edited for language.
Available on video and DVD
Certificate PG