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Troyeee <3. Home / Spud 2: The Madness Continues Duration: 91 min Genres: Comedy IMDB rate: 6. 2 Director: Donovan Marsh Awards: 1 nomination Details Country: South Africa Cast Actor Character Tanit Phoenix Troye Sivan Spud 2: The Madness Continues John Cleese The Guv Sven Ruygrok Rambo Byron Langley Simon Blessing Xaba Fatty Tom Burne Vern Josh Goddard Mad Dog Travis Hornsby Boggo Jason Cope Sparerib Jeremy Crutchley The Glock Harold Hendricks Death Breath Daniel Fisher Anderson Callan Gallacher Emberton Charlbi Dean Kriek Amanda (as Charbi Kriek) Genna Blair Mermaid Aaron McIlroy Spud's Dad Julie Summers Spud's Mom Brenda Ngxoli Innocence Christine le Brocq Wombat Kyle van der Schyff Runt Wade Ford Darryl Joseph Els Darryl Nicholas Mundy Spike Cameron Williams Thinny Khathu Kangela Barryl Chris Fisher Surfer Boy Alex McGregor Christine Amelia Herholdt Chaperone Rob van Vuuren Hot Dog MC Did you know? Trivia In real life Troye and Blessing are actually really good friends Share this Alma Rubens Victoria Justice Carole Eastman Leslie Ash Photos from cast Celebs by Profession Actress Animation Department Art Department Art Director Camera and Electrical Department Casting Department Casting Director Cinematographer Composer Costume and Wardrobe Department Costume Designer Director Editor Editorial Department Make-Up Department Miscellaneous Crew Music Department Producer Production Designer Production Manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Self Set Decorator Sound Department Soundtrack Special Effects Stunts Thanks Transportation Department Uncategorised Visual Effects Writer Celebs by Country Australia Canada Denmark France Germany India Ireland Italy Japan Mexico Spain Sweden UK USA Yugoslavia Celebs by Birth Year before 1949 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-1999 2000-2009 Popular Celebrities Theresa Watson Timmy Cappello Todd Corman Tracy Coogan Travis Smith True O'Brien Tura Satana Alix Archer Barbara Dzikanowice Bea Ranero Ben Platt Blake Berris Bree Condon Brian Scott O'Connor Brittany Peltier Bryshere Y. Gray Cam Gigandet Catherine Morshead Chloe Lutosky Cinjun Tate Daniel Mays Dirk Martens Dominic Applewhite Eion Bailey Emma Bolger Erik Porn Ernest Thesiger Fanny Rowe Fernanda Tapia Gemma Garrett Georgia Chara Harry Lauter Hu Sang Isabella Laughland Jan Pearson Jane Downs Janet Landgard Jeana Ho Jeffrey Donovan Jennifer Rae Daykin Jessie Scott Joe Anoa'i Joel West John Stallings Johnny Bennett Jorge Luis Pila Josephine Joseph Karin Myrenberg Kasey Rogers Kate Steavenson-Payne Kathleen Tolan Kaye Wragg Kirby Mitchell Kseniya Rappoport Kylee Cochran Laetitia Favart Laleh Pourkarim Leila Shenna Linda Gaye Scott Linda Kim Mandie Vredegoor Mario Maurer Michael Jordan Michael Piekutowski Mike Mayock Mina Sablic Nicholas Bellisario Nicky Brooks Niti Taylor Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Robert L. Manahan Rollo Skinner Rosemary Prinz Sarah Ann Schultz Sherlyn Chopra Simone Kessell Siya Xaba Stephanie Romanov Sylvia Blush Tallulah Fox Telise Galanis Telly Filippini Vivienne Harvey Zerrin Egeliler Aiysha Hart Alli McLaren Amazon John Easterling Ann Zacharias Ben Feldman Bert Madrid Caren Pistorius Catherine Bruhier Chauntae Davies Christian Gibson Chuck Hughes Daniel Lissing Diana Weston E. J. Peaker Elysia White.

Troye being straight is so cringggggyy. Troye should try xD. Synopsis The year is 1991, and Spud Milton's long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother hell-bent on emigrating, a father making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat, the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more mortifying Milton madness. But Spud is returning to a boarding school where he is no longer the youngest or the smallest. His dormitory mates, known as the Crazy Eight, have an unusual new member and his house has a new clutch of first years (the Normal Seven). If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late-night adventures, and funds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after... Director: Writer: Donovan Marsh Actors:
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Will you please download the video and post it so i can watch it in america. Spud Directed by Donovan Marsh Produced by Ross Garland Brad Logan Screenplay by Donovan Marsh Based on Spud by John van de Ruit Starring John Cleese Troye Sivan Jason Cope Tanit Phoenix Cinematography Lance Gewer Edited by Megan Gill Production company Rogue Star Films BLM Productions Distributed by Nu Metro Films Release date 3 December 2010 Running time 103 minutes Country South Africa Language English Budget $4 million Box office $2, 371, 544 Spud is a 2010 South African film directed by Donovan Marsh, based on the novel of the same name by John van de Ruit. The film stars Troye Sivan as the title character. It was released in South Africa on 3 December 2010. Plot [ edit] The film takes place in South Africa around the time of Nelson Mandela 's release from jail (1990). It chronicles 14-year-old John Milton's ( Troye Sivan) first year at an elite boarding school for boys. When John arrives for the first time at the school, he gets nicknamed "Spud" by the other boys because he was yet to experience puberty. All eight boys in his dormitory get nicknames. They are also called the "Crazy Eight". Spud finds it difficult to make friends and fit in. He befriends Mr Edly, a teacher nicknamed "The Guv", after he is the only one in the English class to pass an exam. The Guv frequently lends English literature books to Spud and invites him to lunch regularly. But Spud soon realises that Edly has marital problems, and is an alcoholic. While back at home for the holidays, Spud falls in love with Debbie, the daughter of one of his mother's friends, whom he nicknames "The Mermaid. " When Spud returns to the school, he sees a flyer for the school play Oliver Twist. Spud decides to audition so he can fit in. He ends up landing the lead role of Oliver. During practice, Spud meets Amanda, a girl from the nearby school St. Catherine's, and immediately falls for her. But he soon realises that she has a boyfriend already, and he cannot form a relationship with her without cheating on Debbie, whom he still loves. He seeks the advice of his roommate Gecko, who tells Spud to pretend he loves another girl named Christine, in order to make Amanda jealous. Spud and Gecko begin to build a strong friendship and they occasionally visit a rock at the top of the hill near the school. In the fourth term, Gecko is diagnosed with cerebral malaria that he got during his holiday to Mozambique. A few days later, he passes away. Spud mourns the death of Gecko and the whole school attends his funeral service in the school's chapel. In the end, Spud performs in the school's play and gets a standing ovation. After the performance, he is dragged away from the post-performance celebration by Amanda, and they go to a nearby field. There, she tells him to kiss her. Spud, however, stops at the last moment and rejects her, deciding to stay true to Debbie. He offers to give Debbie a tour of the school, and kisses her in the middle of the quadrangle, which his dorm-mates witness from their window. After he returns, he is praised by the group, and finally fits in. The film ends with Spud, on the final day of the year, sitting on the same rock he and Gecko used to frequent overlooking the school, and remarking that "God gives us choices. But sometimes, God gives us no choice. He deals us the cards, and we play them. " Cast [ edit] Troye Sivan as John "Spud" Milton John Cleese as Mr "The Guv" Edly, an alcoholic English teacher Tanit Phoenix as Mrs. "Eve" Wilson Jeremy Crutchley as Mr Glockenshpeel ("The Glock") Jamie Royal as Henry "Gecko" Barker Sven Ruygrok as Robert 'Rambo' Black Josh Goddard as Charlie 'Mad Dog' Hooper Thomas Burne as Vern "Rain Man" Blackadder Byron Langley as Simon Brown Travis Hornsby as Alan "Boggo" Greenstein Blessing Xaba as Sidney "Fatty" Sibeko-Scott Aaron McIlroy as Mr Milton, Spud's father Julie Summers as Ms Milton, Spud's mother Genna Blair as Debbie "The Mermaid" Jason Cope as Mr "Sparerib" Wilson, Eve's husband Charlbi Dean Kriek as Amanda Alex McGregor as Christine Graham Weir as Mr 'Viking' Richardson Siobhan Hodgson as Mrs Roberts Ryan Mayne as Julian James Murray as Bert Darren Frances as Pike Ricky Cruz as Devries Sylvaine Strike as San Sister Lehasa Moloi as P. J. Luthuli, head boy of Michaelhouse Brenda Ngxoli as Innocence, the Miltons' house maid Terry Norton as The Guv's wife Christine le Brocq as Mrs "Wombat" Milton, Spud's grandmother Ben Voss as Mr. Lily Patrick Kenny as Reverend Bishop Shaeleen Tobin as Marge, The Mermaid's mother Liam Magner as "Hairy Gavin" John van de Ruit as Mr Lennox Laura Santoni as the Librarian Harry Wilcox as Student C Production [ edit] Development [ edit] The film is entirely privately financed by South African investors, giving the filmmakers full creative control. [1] Casting [ edit] Auditioning began in August 2009 and took place in Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Grahamstown. Audition videos were also accepted via YouTube. [2] [3] Hundreds of boys were auditioned for the role of Spud. Producer Ross Garland 's uncle saw South-African born Australian actor Troye Sivan on Australian television and wrote to Garland about him. [4] Van de Ruit described Sivan as "exactly the way I pictured Spud. " [5] Sivan who has been singing professionally since he was nine does his own singing in the film. [4] The filmmakers initially thought Jason Cope would be too young to play Sparerib but Garland said he "turns into a nasty housemaster as soon as he steps on set. " [6] Cope based his performance on a vice principal he once had. [7] Filming [ edit] Filming commenced on 8 March 2010 at the Michaelhouse boarding school in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa [8] and ended on 18 April 2010. [9] Release [ edit] The film was released on 3 December 2010 in South Africa, a week before the beginning of the December–January holidays for South African public schools. Garland and Van de Ruit have written a book about the making of the film which was released alongside the film. [9] In its opening weekend, the film grossed an estimated R2. 9 million. [10] The film has received mainly positive reviews. Rory Tyson, the national sales manager for Nu Metro Films, called it "a success", "a national phenomenon" and "about 50% bigger than expected". [10] Controversy [ edit] The film has experienced some controversy around some of its content as Justice Edwin Cameron of the Constitutional Court sent to Spud producer Ross Garland a letter saying that he saw in particular two scenes as "denigrating gays and lesbians". In one of these scenes "The Guv" played by John Cleese says that he would like to give all lesbians a good "rogering". The second scene is one in which the gay art teacher, coaching the school's worst rugby team, tells them that "more pressure from the rear" is needed. Producer Ross Garland said in a statement: "In the five years since Spud was published, and with millions of people having read the book and seen the movie, Justice Cameron is the first person to ever publicly take the view that the film is homophobic [... ] With readers and audiences across the country being moved by the story of a vulnerable boy who learns to find his own voice and thereby overcome the bullying and bigotry at his school in 1990, it is hard to fathom how Justice Cameron arrived at his opinion. " [11] Awards [ edit] Spud won the South African Film and Television Award for Best Editor (Megan Gill) and was nominated for five other SAFTAs, including Best Cinematographer (Lance Gewer), Best Sound Designer (Barry Donelly), Best Feature Film, Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film ( Troye Sivan), and Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film (Jamie Royal). [12] Sequels [ edit] A sequel, titled Spud 2: The Madness Continues was released on 21 June 2013. A second sequel, Spud 3: Learning to Fly, began filming on 22 June 2013 and was released on 28 November 2014 in South Africa. See also [ edit] 2010 in film Cinema of South Africa References [ edit] External links [ edit] Official website Spud on IMDb Spud at Rotten Tomatoes.


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Really liked it Average rating 4. 00 · 2, 800 ratings 136 reviews | Start your review of Spud: The Madness Continues (Spud 2) Holy heck. You're going to need to pause frequently so you can ease the diaphragmatic cramps from laughing. The casual violence (we went to breakfast, threw a first-year in the fountain, then went to rugby practice), the borderline alcoholism, the general shiftiness of all characters involved, and the deep and abiding love they have for each other is not only worth reading, it's a study in humanity. Somehow, even the "bonkers" characters are well-rounded, managing to be both tragic and hilarious.. Ilove the spud books, although I have heard the 1st two are the best. I never went to a boarding school, so a glimpse at how it was in the 80's really gave me a good giggle. I loved all the characters. It's 1991, and John "Spud" Milton's journey to manhood is still creeping along at a snail's pace. Nearly fifteen, Spud's starting his second year at boarding school and, to his utter mortification, he's still a spud I loved all his trouble with women and off course his parents and Wombat stole the.. In Spud: The Madness Continues, the madness of the Crazy Seven (Seven due to a loss of one boy in Spud; then Eight, when a new boy comes; then Seven, when the new boy leaves; then Eight, when they induct Roger the Cat as an official member; then Six, when two of the boys get expelled; then Seven, when one of the boys gets back) really does continue. Spud is going to turn 15 during this year, is no longer in his first trembling year at the school, and has high hopes for both ball dropping and.. five stars because it made me laugh out loud, repeatedly, in public. I was reading it while eating at a denny's (my power was out so no cooking for me), and kept laughing so much that a man asked me if the book was really that good. He then inquired if the book "was like television, only in book form? " This is a question for which I have to answer. But I certainly did laugh my face off while reading it. I absolutely adore this series. Spud and Wombat, the tension between Wombat and Spuds dad, the entire series makes me laugh out loud and even cry. I am soooo sad the series has come to an end but I am hoping that John van de Ruit is not done writing popular fiction i bloody love the Spud books. :) i don't really know how to compare this to the first one, whether it's better or not or if it's similar. it definitely carries on the same humour and with the same format as before. once again, Spud is tagging along with the Crazy Eight (now including Roger) and waiting for his balls to drop. actually, i think this book developed and showed a lot more character and growth than the previous. this one seems to get a little more serious, which is suitable as Spud is.. The year is 1991, and Spud Milton's long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still with no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother hell-bent on emigrating, a father making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat, the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more.. 2. 5 STARS! Slightly disappointed! Umm, what the heck! Why does this book not have the original charm the first book had??? The first book was a tale of finding your place in a new world. It was about growing up; about a boy beginning to become a man. It had all the things that you would expect would happen to boys who would be at a private school; bunking, pranks, fights. It even ended with such a twist, that it truly outshone itself, and went from being a funny book, to being a funny book WITH A.. This is the book that every reader in South Africa has been waiting for. Will it be as good as the first one? John Milton, aka Spud, returns to school. He approaches his 15th birthday, losing his girlfriend, The Mermaid, and acquiring another, Amanda. As if that isn’t enough, his mother decides that the family is emigrating. van de Ruit writes about my favourite character - his almost senile grandmother, The Wombat, with compassion, humour and style. The Crazy 8 torment the new boys, struggle.. Young Spud Milton returns for his second year of boarding school at Michaelhouse. Thus follows another diary recording details of crazy cubicle mates, disturbing dorm room violence, legendary tree houses, a deranged grandmother and numerous other bizarrenesses. This year there is a whole new dormitory full of first years that are now at the bottom of the pecking order. Unfortunately, it seems that the torment from the new matrics is going to be much tougher than the previous year. After reading.. In this book, Spud, who lives in South Africa, returns to his boarding school for his second year. He is part of a gang called the crazy eight that make alot of pranks and funny jokes. By the second year the crazy eight is the most popular dorme in the school and was the most desired room to change in to. The crazy eight consists of Rambo, Vern, Simon, Boggo, Fatty, Roger, Mad Dog and Spud. In the second book you learn more about the crazy eight and their antics which i can relate to of the.. Spud: The Madness Continues is just as funny as the first book chronicling Spud’s adventures at boarding school, and this time, his vacation to London with his parents and crazy grandma Wombat. Spud writes with an honest voice, but so many things he experiences seem to be impossible! I suppose it may be harder for me to relate to the physical bullying because I am a girl, but all of Spud’s other concerns are easy to empathize with: mean teachers, crazy family members, breaking up with someone.. Spud: The Madness Continues, is about a boy named John Milton (Spud) who lives in south africa, and goes to a boarding school. He is part of a gang called the Crazy Eights, and is popular. The main character is John and he is the narator in the story. The setting is in Durban, South Africa. John's main internal conflict is him being called a spud, he wants to have puberty so he wont be called spud anymore. His main external is him being called spud, he sometimes gets bullied on, and he gets.. Read this one even faster than the first. The same slapstick/loony behavior is still here but now balanced with more serious moments. Spud is growing up after all and life only gets a little more hectic as you grow up. Love, friendship, identity all become more important here. The crazy eight are back in full blast here with more chaotic mischief and off-kilter camaraderie. Now that you got to know them in the first book you're now eagerly reading on to see what mindless shenanigans they come up.. The madness really does continue! This book flows straight from the last, not missing a beat. In this one we really get a feel for Spud struggling to identify himself in this madhouse of judgement and expectations. He really is a young boy trying to fit in but be true to himself. We get a great look at his struggles throughout this changing time of his life. I love the casual use of language that is appropriate to the time and age group and also how it sometimes falls in gradually as he picks it.. I decided to read this book because I loved the first one in the series. This book completes the "Diary, autobiography or biography" category on my bingo board (It's a diary). This book was just as funny, interesting and superbly written as the first with just a few slightly boring parts. It's great because there is so much stuff going on in Spud's life which makes the book so funny. The only problem were that it was very similar to the first book which made it slightly boring in some parts. It was.. The Madness Continues is virtually an extension of the first book, the tone largely unchanged, but unlike the first book where the atmosphere looms dark at the end, TMC is a darker sequel, much darker than the first one. Van De Ruit’s humor had not diminished in this instalment; here, we still see quirks from the Crazy Eight, introduction of the new first years, the new matrics, the end of the old era, and shocking revelations. There were other things to keep you entertained, like the trip to.. An entertaining, compulsive, uncomplicated read with many laugh-out moments. The first book was quite scattershot and Van de Ruit succeeds in creating a more cohesive narrative this time around. Spud's miraculous success with the ladies is still a little hard to swallow, but all his other mishaps and bad luck make him a character to sympathise with. And his naivety and need to be a good person endears him to the reader. There's more cameraderie and less nastiness among the Crazy Eight but.. Sometimes a good book that revolves around a limited group of characters and plot premise should rest on its laurels, rather than spawn sequels. Such was my reaction to this sequel to the refreshingly entertaining "Spud", which I enjoyed immensely (as I did the movie). I therefore had a high expectation, but disappointingly, I found it to be just a recycling of the same jokes. In fact, I found the whole book structured like a series of unoriginal skits that became a little repetitive and.. 4/5 stars So it’s Spud’s second year of high school and, I assure you, it’s crazier than the first. I adored the fact that the gang kept the name The Crazy Eight, despite the Gecko situation. If they started calling themselves ‘The Crazy Seven’ I would have lost it. I am not sure if this book was better than the first or not. It was very funny, and had some plot twists that I should have expected, but didn’t. I also loved how Gecko was mentioned time and time again, it was adorable. But as always.. By far one of my favourite books... and I don't say that often. I got this book for my 17th birthday i really did not expect to enjoy it because it's about a teenage boy whose balls haven't dropped, but next thing I know I'm crying! laughter... out loud!!! unable to breathe due to the laughing/crying mess that this book has reduced me to. One of the best birthday presents I've gotten, my favourite out of all the spud books. My book is looking worse for wear on my book shelf because I've.. There is alot of funny jokes, funny pranks, and some not so funny punishments, but when it comes down to it. They're still the seven crazy boys(plus a cat) that will not retire there funny crowns just yet. In this book told from John Milton's (a. k. a Spud's) point of view, we grow to love the crazy eight even more than before and with new adventures there is bound to be just a "hint" of trouble. Some say it is not as good as the first book but I think all the intersting stuff in the.. Honestly. this is the most exciting, emotional and greatest book i have read ever. It is a south african based story, about a group of boys at a boarding school in Pretoria. The main character John Milton ( Spud) is immature for his age and is new at the school. THe story is about John and his family, John making friends and what adventures they get up to when at the school and boarding house. THis book is perfect for the avergae teenage boy who loves laughing and reading. There is humour,.. not quite as good as Spud but i still liked it i would give it 4. 8 stars so i'll round up and give it 5 it was basically a continuation of Spud and if u haven't read it i suggest u read that first (it will tell u all of the characters names and nicknames and also if they have a position ex. housemaster) if u read Spud a long time ago and don't remember it too well i suggest u re-read it before u read this book Some of the Crazy Eight are hard to love. You want so much to love them because they are funny, but they can be so unfathomably cruel! It bugged me. Seriously, how does anyone go to this school without developing PTSD? And why does Spud hate Sparerib so much? I thought that the Head of House was pretty nice over the Gecko event, and Spud should have cut him a little slack. He was only trying to help him, after all, I feel like Spud would be smart and empathetic enough to get that. personally i liked the first spud better, but i still liked this one.... and i actually can't remember finishing this book... so my goal is to re-read it. i remember that this book was a lot more personal and dealt with spud and his english teacher's relationship. i recommend reading the first one before reading this one, but you'll be able to pick up if you start here. i am going to order the third one soon. van de Ruit does not quite manage to capture the freshness and openness of his first "Spud". The title is apt, but the plot, characters and setting are lack-lustre compared to his first book. If he intends to produce one of these volumes for each of his high school years he is going to have to come up with a little more believability and variety. Althuogh it is currently not sold in the U. S. a history teacher went to South Africa during the Christmas break and picked it up for me. Spud:The Madness Continues is just as good, if not better then Spud. It follows Spud as he continues his schooling in south africa. Whether he is visiting London with his family or terrorizing the sad six he always has something to say in his diary This was a decidedly average read in my opinion, but as I said before when I read the first one it's probably better if you're a boy and went to boarding school. But I do enjoy knowing it's a South African book and it does reference a few things I remember from my youth. It's an easy read and if you enjoyed the first then this is probably right up your alley:).

Troye omg ahahahahah XD. Spud season 4 please... Troye my truly inspiration. I threaten you to tell me you love me too, nah I kid. You're caspar lee! i know hahah. Spud 2: The Madness Continues The film starring John Cleese, Troye Sivan, Sven Ruygrok is directed by Donovan Marsh. Spud continues to experience the second year of boarding school with many important events for example: he is threatened with expulsion. Duration: 91 min Quality: HD Release: 2013 IMDb: 6. 3. Te Amo troye silvan <3. Reading. Storyline The year is 1991, and Spud Milton's long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother hell-bent on emigrating, a father making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat, the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more mortifying Milton madness. But Spud is returning to a boarding school where he is no longer the youngest or the smallest. His dormitory mates, known as the Crazy Eight, have an unusual new member and his house has a new clutch of first years (the Normal Seven). If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late-night adventures, and funds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after... IMDb Comments.

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La lecture. What song at 53:33. Original title Spud 2: The Madness Continues Year 2013 Country South Africa Director Donovan Marsh Screenwriter Donovan Marsh (Novel: John Van De Ruit) Music Ed Jordan Cinematography Lance Gewer Cast Troye Sivan, John Cleese, Genna Blair, Charlbi Dean Kriek, Tom Burne, Jason Cope, Jeremy Crutchley, Daniel Fisher, Callan Gallacher, Josh Goddard, Harold Hendricks, Travis Hornsby, Byron Langley, Sven Ruygrok, Tanit Phoenix Producer Rogue Star Films Genre Comedy | Schools & University. Teen/coming-of-age. Sequel Synopsis / Plot The year is 1991, and Spud Milton's long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother hell-bent on emigrating, a father making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat, the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more mortifying Milton madness. But Spud is returning to a boarding school where he is no longer the youngest or the smallest. His dormitory mates, known as the Crazy Eight, have an unusual new member and his house has a new clutch of first years (the Normal Seven). If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late-night adventures, and funds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after. Movie Soulmates' ratings Register so you can access movie recommendations tailored to your movie taste. Friends' ratings Register so you can check out ratings by your friends, family members, and like-minded members of the FA community. Is the synopsis/plot summary missing? Do you want to report a spoiler, error or omission? Please send us a message. If you are not a registered user please send us an email to All copyrighted material (movie posters, DVD covers, stills, trailers) and trademarks belong to their respective producers and/or distributors. For US ratings information please visit:
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That amazing good for you. that was said with no sarcasam whats so ever just thought Id clear that now. Im so excitedd. 1:21 I am Beyoncé Me: I am JEXICA. Spud 2: The Madness Continues About This sequel follows Spud's second year at private boarding school and waiting for his body to mature. Donovan Marsh wrote and directed the film. Trivia Rustenburg High School for Girls, Cape Town, South Africa served as a filming location for the movie. The film takes place in 1991. Cast Spud 2: The Madness Continues Popularity Spud 2: The Madness Continues Fans Also Viewed
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Cliquez ici. Naaasty ass😂😂😂. 1 nomination. See more awards  » Edit Storyline The year is 1991, and Spud Milton's long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother hell-bent on emigrating, a father making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat, the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more mortifying Milton madness. But Spud is returning to a boarding school where he is no longer the youngest or the smallest. His dormitory mates, known as the Crazy Eight, have an unusual new member and his house has a new clutch of first years (the Normal Seven). If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late-night adventures, and funds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after... Written by Rogue Star Films Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 6 June 2013 (USA) See more  » Also Known As: Малек 2 Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $691, 342 See more on IMDbPro  » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs  » Did You Know? Trivia In real life Troye and Blessing are actually really good friends See more » Connections Follows Spud  (2010) See more » Soundtracks Pictures Performed by Desmond and the Tutus Written by D. Bowler / N. Dinnie / S. Durrant / C. Durrant Published by Salt Rock Publishers Courtesy of Desmond and the Tutus See more ».

Rating: 6. 2 Storyline The year is 1991, and Spud Milton's long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother hell-bent on emigrating, a father making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat, the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more mortifying Milton madness. But Spud is returning to a boarding school where he is no longer the youngest or the smallest. His dormitory mates, known as the Crazy Eight, have an unusual new member and his house has a new clutch of first years (the Normal Seven). If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late-night adventures, and funds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after... IMDb Comments.

HD CC Comedy 1 Hour 27 Minutes 2013 5. 0, 31 Ratings The year is 1991, and Spud Milton’s (Troye Sivan) long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace. Approaching the ripe old age of fifteen and still with no signs of the much anticipated ball-drop, Spud is coming to terms with the fact that he may well be a freak of nature. With a mother (Julie Summers) hell-bent on emigrating, a father (Aaron McIlroy) making a killing out of selling homemade moonshine, and a demented grandmother called Wombat (Christine Le Broq), the new year seems to offer little except extreme embarrassment and more mortifying Milton madness. But Spud is returning to a boarding school where he is no longer the youngest or the smallest. The Crazy Eight (Sven Ruygrok, Byron Langley, Blessing Xaba, Thomas Burne, Josh Goddard & Travis Hornsby) have an unusual new member and his house has a new clutch of first years - the Normal Seven. If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late night adventures, and finds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after landing the part of the Dove of Peace in a disastrous house play production of Noah’s Ark. Hilarious, bitter-sweet, tragic and real, join Spud as he takes another tentative step forward while all around him the madness continues... Rent $4. 99 Buy $12. 99 Information Studio Rogue Star Films Released Copyright © 2013 Rogue Star Films Languages Primary English (Stereo, Dolby 5. 1) Accessibility Closed captions (CC) refer to subtitles in the available language with the addition of relevant non-dialogue information.

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