This is the one about the camp, and Debbie, and the baby.
It seems like everyone's falling in love here, the family expanding, the dances enhancing... maybe it's a bit too much, though? There's not just the one red thread, but plenty of moving back and forth between the different ones, and though Gomez (RIP Raul Julia) is as fantastic as always all those fancy stunts and acrobatics of the first seem waned away.
Same with the treasure troves, the full house tour and all the wacky first-time introductions. But it's not just not as good because it's old now, but because it's just not as thorough. Not as rich or deranged in every little derailing detail. There's even an element of... normality.
It's still fun! It's still the Addams. It's still unlike any family or movie franchise out there, and I wish they'd made at least one more sequel, but it just wasn't like the first. Not the best, but an entertaining sequel nevertheless!
rated 3/5: not bad