A feeble sequel.
-Jonathan RosenbaumFull Review
Even if the laugh machine isn't operating at top efficiency, it still cranks out a few choice bits of irreverent lunacy.
-Variety StaffFull Review
The enthusiastic Zucker, Zucker & Abrahams style of movie parody is too rarely seen to prompt much head-shaking about gags that don't work.
-Vincent CanbyFull Review
The opening and closing credits alone are almost worth the price of admission.
-John F. KellyFull Review
In the limbo of comedy, few can go lower than Zucker without visibly straining.
-Rita KempleyFull Review
Nielsen's secret is that he does almost nothing, and certainly nothing he seems to think is funny.
-Roger EbertFull Review
A nifty, crisp package, but not quite up to the standards of the original picture. A dildo drill can't solve every problem.
-Brian OrndorfFull Review
Not quite as fresh as the first.
Ribald, wild Zucker comedy with Leslie Nielsen in usual wild form.
Provides sporadic laughs, but not as consistently funny as the first one.
One of the funniest movies starring a multiple murderer.
A real step down after the brilliant movie and TV show.
Strained spoof with intermittent (yet solid) larfs.
Not good, not bad, not really much of anything (except exactly what you expect).
Filled with slapstick antics
-Frederic and Mary Ann BrussatFull Review
This is strictly a hit or miss film.
-Robert RotenFull Review
No joke is passed up or thrown away. There just might be a little too much.
-Kathleen MaherFull Review
Amusing, if limp, sequel to the first Naked Gun.
An even sequel that misses the freshness of the original or the TV series.
"amusing, unmemorable sequel"
A lesser laugh trip than the original, yet still one worth checking out.
-Erik ChildressFull Review
This sequel might feel like a simple reworking of the first film if Leslie Nielsen weren't so consistently appealing in his role as Frank Drebin.
-James KendrickFull Review
Somehow this sequel never reaches the heights of inspired lunacy that made the original so memorable, and there are no extended set-pieces that work as well as the first film's opening battle with America's enemies or the climactic baseball game.
-Chris HicksFull Review