Andrew McCarthy (Jonathan Switcher), Kim Cattrall (Emmy
Heshire), Estelle Getty (Claire Timkin), James Spader (Mr. Richards), G.W. Bailey (Capt. Felix Maxwell)
Silly romantic fantasy in which an ancient Egyptian
princess is placed under a curse in which she becomes a 20th century mannequin, miraculously bought to life by a bumbling window dresser who is the only person who is able to witness her
speak and move.
For a juvenile audience, it has enough about it for
entertainment value, but for older audiences it's very cheesy without being particularly funny.
The theme song "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" was a huge
hit on both sides of the Atlantic for the pop band Starship.
MANNEQUIN II: ON THE MOVE (12)
D: Stewart Raffill
Rank/Gladden (Edward Rugoff)
W: Edward Rugoff, David Isaacs, Ken Levine & Betty
DP: Larry Pizer
Ed: Joan Chapman
Mus: David McHugh
Kristy Swanson (Jessie), William Ragsdale (Jason), Meshach
Pathetically bad rehash of the 1987 film which couldn't
even be bothered to bring back characters or actors from the original cast, except for Meshash Taylor as a gay fashion expert, given an even bigger role for a reason only the writer and
director would know.
This is, quite simply, a film that has no right to