BLUE CRUSH 2 is the same as other DTV films like SMOKING ACES 2, or DEATH RACE 2, in that it's nothing more than a cheaper variation on the first film. At least the original BLUE CRUSH had stylish visuals courtesy of director John Stockwell, and a likable performance by Kate Bosworth. Sasha Jackson, the lead here- is about as generic as you can get in a film like this, but again- probably not bad enough to make this unintentionally funny.
Of course, if you're a major surfing enthusiast, this may be of some interest, as there are some well-choreographed moments at sea. However, whenever the characters are on land, or actually (God-forbid) have to speak, it just grinds to halt. I've a feeling even the most undemanding audience will be fast-forwarding through a lot of the boring stretches- and at 113 minutes, this is too long by at least a half hour.