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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.
|Studio :||Legendary Pictures, Living Films, Green Hat Films,|
|Crew :||Director, Producer,|
|Cast :||Michael Berry Jr. Jeffrey Tambor Nick Cassavetes Paul Giamatti Justin Bartha|
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How wonderful it is to see this fine actress carry a film and carry it so beautifully.
It's a movie as timely as it is provocative and amazingly, for much of its running time, it is weirdly funny.
Actress is magnificent and exudes a hypnotic screen presence in this affecting drama.
Movie Review: "The Hangover Part II" (2011)After the summer smash hit "The Hangover" (2009) about four friends in their early 30s out to enjoy a bachelor party night in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA and losing the groom in the act, gets an even further accelerated sequel, in losing the bride's brother this time, directed by Todd Phillipps, who takes the audience-agreeable cast with Bradley Cooper as the character of Phil, the pushing organizer, getting his longtime school friends Stu and Alan, performed by actors Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, to a trip to Bangkok, Thailand, where they have another night of reckoning, further triggered by the reprising character of Mr. Chow, portrayed by actor/entertainer Ken Joeng, who saves the picture of being half-baked, concluding into an exotic comedy full of perverted action and fast-forward script-doctored story-line translated into a surprisingly twisting editorial executed by Debra Neil-Fisher and Michael L. Sale. Director Todd Phillips keeps all the strings to improve flat-out locations from Part I and lets the image system merge with Bangok's gritty, at times repulsive nature, to confront the audience with a party of a life-time, which shall lead to another marriage of no furthers.© 2017 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)
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
I thought this was going to be a poor repetition of the first Hangover movie, and yes there are a few events we have seen before, but all in a new package.Bradley, Ed, Zach and Justin is back, this time they spend time with some "old" faces but we are also introduced to a few new ones. And yes they do it again, get very wasted and can't remember what happened and have to relive it all again.But it is kind of different, yes they are using old material, but it worked well the first time and it actually is okay the second time around also.
This is not funny it is just gross and stupid. Don't wast your money. Don't see this movie. I pooh on this movie because it is pooh pooh. It is badly written. It is made by people you do not know what it means to be funny. I can't believe people think this junk is funny. I swear any body could have hit comedy. Because people are just so desperate for a laugh. I know bad words and I have been on the toilet so many times in my life I could have a hit comedy movie. The monkey is the most talented actor in this overrated piece pooh pooh. It is very sick at times and that is not a good thing. And sick is never funny sick is just sick. Wast time that you will not get back do not see this awful movie.