Rascal doesn't dream of a rat-pack girl! The original Rascal, Max, returns for another spin-off! This time, however, he is called Rascal, because he solves crimes (instead of chasing girls). Now, he's partnered with Valentine, a much more ambitious and skillful young police officer. With the help of Max's abilities and a dash of humor, Valentine and Rascal are on the verge of taking over the city!
The movie didn't quite live up to the heights of its predecessor, Rascal does not dream of dreaming girl: The Sequel. I think the critical acclaim was only warranted by the sheer quality of the movie - everything is still amazing in every aspect including the plot and acting. This isn't a shame, though - there are definitely things in the movie that still work well, and as a sequel it turns out that they work even better!
Because Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dre is already such a crowd-pleaser it may be easy to assume that the writers and producers just picked a bunch of good people and stuck them into a wacky online crime story, which they obviously knew would succeed. Luckily, no one involved has that type of experience, which saves the show from being an easily disposable project. The new movie promises a few laughs and a lot of heart, if you tune into Reddit for more information about the cast, you might even learn something interesting about the future of the project. Redditors have been speculating on what the cast will look like, including shots of Max and Valentine together.
With a name like Rascal, it's not surprising that he'd be into a P.M. format for his next movie, so editors can keep their fingers crossed that Rascal is going to have a role in whatever movie he is casting for. It looks like he already has an official connection to this particular show, since he was in the same theater as Matthew McConaughey when he filmed Man on the Moon. It would be nice to see him reunited with the man who made him break out in the "Man on the Moon" film, but for now, it appears as if Rascal has little to do with the rest of the cast.
Judging by the first three episodes of Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dre, we can safely say that the second season will not consist of short stories, but instead, it will likely be dedicated to a full-blown season Finale. What can we expect from this finale? Well, the first episode was quite tense, since it featured the return of Dre (Jake Paul), and resulted in a very dramatic fight scene that left everyone in awe of what they were seeing. The second episode looked to be more of a happy family outing, as the characters played by Dre and Ruth filled in each other's shoes for an episode.
If you're a true fan of the show, you'll probably tune in for the second season as well, just so that you can have a chance to see how everyone's favorite rapper copes with his personal problems and goes back to making music. If you're not a fan, you may want to wait until the second season is over, because it may feature a story that will make you love the show more than you thought it would. And if you're anything like me, when that happens, you may even be ready to throw your computer out the window!