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The Hangover Part II

The Hangover crew heads to Thailand for Stu's wedding. After the disaster of a bachelor party in Las Vegas last year, Stu is playing it safe with a mellow pre-wedding brunch. However, nothing goes as planned and Bangkok is the perfect setting for another adventure with the rowdy group.

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Release : 2011
Rating : 6.5
Studio : Legendary Pictures,  Living Films,  Green Hat Films, 
Crew : Director,  Producer, 
Cast : Michael Berry Jr. Jeffrey Tambor Nick Cassavetes Paul Giamatti Justin Bartha
Genre : Comedy

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Pretty Good


A lot of fun.


Great movie! If you want to be entertained and have a few good laughs, see this movie. The music is also very good,


The film makes a home in your brain and the only cure is to see it again.


More of a remake of the first 'Hangover' movie than a sequel to it, this second entry finds the friends with short term memory loss and a bad hangover again after yet another bachelor party. The setting is different though, and with the action taking place in Bangkok, there is something fresh to the friends having to contend with unfamiliar territory and locals who do not speak their language in a quest to piece together what they have forgotten. There are also some fun references to the first movie, like Stu instantly thinking "the roof!", however, with the basics of the plot so strikingly resembling the first movie (a missing friend, an animal in the room, something with Stu's face and the list goes on), it is hard to blame the characters complaining that they "can't believe this happening again" way too many times. And yet, while a pale imitation of its predecessor, there are certainly some funny moments to be had with lots of outlandish surprise revelations and charismatic new supporting characters like Nick Cassavetes as a blunt tattoo artist and the ever-reliable Paul Giamatti, in addition to several of Part One's more memorable characters making appearances. The film might not have much new to offer in the marriage and/or relationship message department, but for a few laughs, it is hard to go wrong with the lead actors here, recycled as the basic story may well be.


While I have not seen the first movie of Hang over I still Think this is a great movie to watch its funny and enjoyable and has great taste something that Seth Macfarlane really needs to work on his Adult swim junk. Places for this movie are amazing being set in Thailand at I thought they where set in China somewhere but I found they where set Thailand which is a place I always wanted to see on places to go bucket list. Overall a very funny movie if you don't take it too seriously I would give it a 10/10 but I Thought to give a 9 instead Great movie wroth a watch


The Hangover 2 gives you the same feeling you get when you drink too much the night before and wake up with a piercing headache. The Wolf Pack is back, this time they are heading to Thailand for their friend Stu's wedding. Stu wants a peacefully relaxing wedding with his friends with no signs of a bachelor party. When the Wolf Pack arrives in Thailand they decided to have one beer by a bonfire on the beach with Stu's future brother in-law Teddy then head to bed. Morning comes and the Wolf Pack awake in a seedy hotel room in Bangkok. Not remembering what happened the night before, the boys try to remember what happened the night before. As they try to recollect what happened, they realize Teddy is missing and they need to find out what happened and where Teddy is before the wedding in two days. My problem with The Hangover 2 is not the similar storyline, just a different city, but the way the movie tries to force you to laugh. Having an almost exact same storyline with some forced laughter is going to bore the audience. I felt bored through the entire movie waiting when the big laughs will happen. These big laughs have to happen soon. Then as the movie progressed, will there be any big laughs? I felt cheated in this movie. There are no real new jokes. Instead of a baby, they have a monkey this time. Their missing friend was where they first began like last time. They got beat up by Chow again like the first one. The same jokes, the same situations continue. The Wolf Pack even thought they found their missing friend like in the first and low and behold the friend was the wrong person. Then the movie tried to push laughter on the audience with the trans-gender scenes and jokes. The jokes grossed you out more then made you laugh, the ploy backfired. They fired a lot at the audience but ultimately failed. No one in the audience in my theater was laughing and the movie was sold out. There were no major problems with any of the direction, cinematography, or acting. This is a comedy; the movie is not graded on those merits as much as a movie like Lord of The Rings or The Godfather mold is. Though Zach Galifianakis has fallen into the same category as Adam Sandler, Michael Cera, Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, and Rob Schneider, he is type cast as the same person in every role and every movie, though Will Ferrell and Rob Schneider were never good or funny for that matter. The Hangover 2 will leave you searching for that aspirin after a heavy night of drinking. Watching this film in the movies is not worth full price or matinée. I say skip a blind buy and wait for the movie to available in the Redbox for a dollar if you really need to see this. The Hangover 2 is 5/10 or C for average at best

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The Hangover, Part 2 (2011): Dir: Todd Phillips / Cast: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, Paul Giamatti: The first problem with this film is that it does what many sequels do. It repeats the exact same premise yet attempts to disguise it with either a bigger budget or a different location. Here is a sequel to The Hangover, one of the best, funniest and original comedies of the decade and it is followed by a sequel of the same ingredients packaged in Bangkok. With that said, one of the guys is getting married but his fiancé desires the wedding take place in her home in Thailand, but as expected, the guys have that one drink that evaporates their minds and has them awaken in a roach infested hotel in Bangkok. From there it is a series of events to find the bride's missing brother whose severed finger is found. The conclusion is pretty much the same as the first film but without the awe. Todd Phillips will remain a sought after director after the first film became a huge surprise hit in 2009. This time his cast recite the same material that they mastered in Vegas. Bradley Cooper wishes not to travel to Thailand but does on request. Ed Helms plays the dentist getting married and awakens with a tattoo on the side of his face. Zach Galifianakis as Al continues his stunned bewilderment. Ken Jeong returns as criminal Mr. Chow whose high energy forgets that he is a wanted man. Paul Giamatti was comic gold in Private Parts but here as an undercover cop he is as bland as the film. This time he is stuffed into an ice box instead of a car trunk. In the end it can never sober up to the original film's brilliance. Score: 2 / 10

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