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Blues Brothers 2000: A Sequel That Rocks
Blues Brothers 2000 is a 1998 comedy film that serves as a sequel to the 1980 classic The Blues Brothers. Directed by John Landis and co-written by Dan Aykroyd, the film stars Aykroyd as Elwood Blues, who is released from prison and sets out to reunite his old band and find a new "mission from God". Along the way, he meets a new partner in crime, Mighty Mack McTeer (John Goodman), and a young orphan named Buster (J. Evan Bonifant), who joins him as a junior Blues Brother. The film also features musical performances by legends such as B.B. King, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Eric Clapton, and many more.
The film was released on February 6, 1998, and received mixed reviews from critics and fans. Some praised the film's soundtrack and humor, while others criticized its plot and lack of originality. The film was also a box office disappointment, grossing only $14 million in North America against a budget of $28 million. However, the film has since gained a cult following among fans of the original film and blues music.
If you are looking for a fun and entertaining movie that pays tribute to the blues genre and its icons, you might want to check out Blues Brothers 2000. You can watch it online or download it from various sources, such as Universal Studios - Archive, where you can find a DVDrip version with English subtitles by Klaml. Enjoy!
The film follows Elwood and his band as they encounter various obstacles and enemies on their way to New Orleans, where they hope to win a $5,000 prize at the Battle of the Bands. Along the way, they also pick up a mysterious stripper named Matara, who claims to be Elwood's fiancee, and a harmonica player named Cab Jr., who is Cabel's half-brother and Curtis' grandson. They also perform several musical numbers at different venues, such as a revival tent, a country bar, and a voodoo ceremony.
However, their journey is not without danger, as they are pursued by Cabel and his police squad, who want to arrest Elwood for violating his parole and kidnapping Buster. They are also targeted by the Russian mafia, who want revenge for the destruction of Willie's club and their leader's death. Furthermore, they have to deal with a militia group led by a white supremacist named Mackenzie Phillips, who mistakes them for spies and tries to kill them with explosives.
Eventually, Elwood and his band manage to reach New Orleans and enter the Battle of the Bands, where they face off against the Louisiana Gator Boys, a supergroup of blues legends that includes B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Dr. John, Bo Diddley, Isaac Hayes, and many others. The two bands engage in a musical showdown that ends with both groups joining forces for a grand finale. Elwood then gives the prize money to Buster, who decides to stay with him as his new brother. Cabel also reconciles with Elwood and joins him on stage. The film ends with Elwood driving away in the Bluesmobile with Buster, Mack, and Cab Jr., while being chased by the police. ec8f644aee