But I think to myself, what would my father - living on a farm in rural Wisconsin in 1940, where the nearest anything was at least 5 miles of dirt road yonder - have said if someone had told him "one day your son will own his own home within a 5 minute walk of a store that sold everything in the JC Penney catalog, AND a clean, efficient restaurant with 2-minute service that he could afford to eat at every day"?
It's just as much fun as the first one. Also (bonus) the villain is a thinly-disguised allusion to Steve Jobs (I don't like Apple products, and especially the cult-like way that iPeople worship everything Jobs ever did - it's kinda creepy)
The only caveat is that this film is set immediately after the first movie, and they do only the barest recap to refresh your memory on the characters. This movie is really best watched as double-feature after the original so you can get all the nuances and references.
Which I intend to try some day. Because it was pretty awesome.
Obviously I'm way too old & fragile for this sort of thing these days, but I did used to jump down the last 7 or 8 stairs between classes in high school sometimes - just because it was fun and I felt like it.