Oh, God! Book II

Synopsis: Second 'Oh God' movie has God appearing before 11-year-old Tracy Richards to ask for her help to spread his word and influence over the world which she suggests the slogan 'Think God.' Naturaly, Tracy's divorced parents Paula and Don think Tracy's just crazy and plot to halt her 'heaven-sent' mission to spread God's word.
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
Director(s): Gilbert Cates
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
  1 win & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
50%
PG
Year:
1980
94 min
131 Views

TRACY,

I REALLY AM GOD.

I'D LIKE TO KNOW YOU

A LITTLE BETTER.

THAT WOULD BE NICE,

BUT FIRST MAKE UP

WITH MOM.

WHY DON'T WE MEE IN FRONT OF THE STORE

MONDAY?

OH, YEAH. THA WOULD BE GREAT.

TRACY, IF

I'M YOUR FATHER,

WOULDN'T THOSE GIRLS

HEAR ME TALKING?

DID YOU JUST HEAR

THAT MAN'S VOICE?

WHAT VOICE,

HONEY?

WHERE?

TRACY, THEY

CAN'T HEAR ME.

THERE.

DID YOU HEAR IT?

NO.

BUT--BU IF YOU WERE GOD,

WHY WOULD YOU:

BOTHER WITH ME?

TRACY, IT WAS

SOMETHING YOU SAID

THAT SORT OF:

INTERESTED ME--

THAT SOMETIMES YOU

JUST HAVE TO BELIEVE

IN THINGS YOU CAN'T SEE.

WOW! HOW'D YOU KNOW

I SAID THAT?

I KNOW, I SEE, I HEAR.

THIS PLACE IS TOO BUSY.

I'LL SEE YOU LATER.

WAIT!

DON'T GO YET.

WHERE LATER? HOW?

TRACY.

HUH?

OH, HI, MRS. MANLEY.

WHO WERE YOU:

TALKING TO?

I DON'T KNOW.

I'M NOT SURE.

ARE YOU STILL THERE?

HE'S GONE.

YOU OK?

YEAH.

YOU'VE BEEN

AWFUL QUIE SINCE WE LEF THE RESTAURANT.

I'M FINE. I'VE JUS BEEN THINKING.

THINKING?

ABOUT WHAT?

HAVE YOU EVER FELT LIKE

YOU MIGHT BE DREAMING

EVEN THOUGH YOU KNEW

YOU WERE AWAKE?

WOULD YOU LIKE:

TO RUN THAT BY ME AGAIN?

LIKE SOMETHING HAPPENED,

BUT IT'S MORE LIKE

A DREAM THAN REAL.

DAYDREAMING.

YEAH, SURE.

HAPPENS:

TO EVERYBODY.

IT'S OK.

I GOT TO STOP:

BY THE OFFICE:

FOR SOMETHING.

WAIT FOR ME:

IN THE CAR?

OK.

ALL RIGHT?

TRACY, IT'S ME AGAIN.

WHAT? WHAT?

THAT WASN' A DREAM YOU HAD.

IT WAS REAL.

WHERE ARE YOU?

IN THE BACK SEAT.

WELL?

DISAPPOINTED?

OH, GOSH, NO...

GOD, SIR.

WHY--WHY WOULD I BE

DISAPPOINTED, SIR?

ARE YOU REALLY GOD, SIR?

FORGET THE SIR.

JUST PLAIN GOD.

THE OWNER:

OF THE STORE.

ALSO KNOWN AS:

THE MAN UPSTAIRS.

I DON'T KNOW.

SOMEHOW I THOUGH YOU'D LOOK HOLIER...

AND MORE FANCY,

SORT OF.

I MEAN,

LIKE WITH A CROWN

AND A LONG BEARD

AND A FLOWING:

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Josh Greenfeld

Josh Greenfeld (27 February 1928 – 11 May 2018) was an author and screenwriter mostly known for his screenplay for the 1974 film Harry and Tonto along with Paul Mazursky, which earned them an Academy Award nomination and its star, Art Carney, the Oscar itself for Best Actor. Greenfeld also wrote Oh, God! Book II and the TV special Lovey and is the author of several books about his autistic son, Noah Greenfeld. The trilogy, A Child Called Noah, A Place for Noah, and A Client Called Noah, detail the effects that Noah's disabilities place on the Greenfelds and the extraordinary lengths that the family went through to find the very best care available for their son. His wife, Fumiko Kometani, is a Japanese writer and has won the Akutagawa Prize, Japan's most prestigious literary award; she too wrote about their son and his developmental disability. His older son, Karl Taro Greenfeld, a special contributor to Portfolio and Details, wrote his own story of growing up with Noah entitled Boy Alone: A Brother's Memoir.Among Greenfeld's plays are Clandestine on the Morning Line, I Have a Dream, The Last Two Jews of Kabul, Whoosh!, and Canal Street. His novels include O for a Master of Magic, The Return of Mr. Hollywood, and What Happened Was This. In 1968, Greenfeld signed the "Writers and Editors War Tax Protest" pledge, vowing to refuse tax payments in protest against the Vietnam War.Greenfeld attended Brooklyn College; he received a BA from the University of Michigan and an MA from Columbia University. more…

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