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The Hangover Part II 2011

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In The Hangover Part II, Phil, Stu, Alan and Doug travel to exotic Thailand for Stu's wedding. After the unforgettable bachelor party in Las Vegas, Stu is taking no chances and has opted for a safe, subdued pre-wedding brunch. However, things don't always go as planned. What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in Bangkok can't even be imagined.

Starring:
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms
Runtime:
1 hour, 41 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Todd Phillips
Starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms
Supporting actors Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, Paul Giamatti, Mike Tyson, Jeffrey Tambor, Mason Lee, Jamie Chung, Sasha Barrese, Gillian Vigman, Aroon Seeboonruang, Nirut Sirichanya, Yasmin Lee, Nick Cassavetes, Sondra Currie, Schnitrnunt Busarakamwong, Bryan Callen, Brody Stevens
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: Blu-ray
I watched this movie with expectation that it wasn't going to be very good. Although I was slightly more impressed than I expected, it really isn't great. If the first film had never existed, then part II would be better received because in effect, this is the same film.

Don't get me wrong; it's not boring, just not original. It's perfect for a Saturday night when all you want to do is relax and have a (bit of) a laugh. The acting is fine and the script is ok- it's just the fact that the plot is pretty much the same.

I just wish the original could have been left alone as I feel that the sequel has damaged part ones reputation a bit.
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We went to the movies to watch Hanover Part I and absolutely loved it. My husband laughed that much and that loud I kept missing parts of the film so when I saw it on DVD I purchased it. We watch it over and over as we seem to miss so much. When I saw Hanover Part II for sale I had to buy it after enjoying the first one. I do think this one is funny but not so good. We love the actors, they all seem to fit together so well but the humour doesn't seem to be there as much as in the first one. Still worth purchasing and have to admit the more I watch it the better it seems to get because you hear things for some reason you missed before.
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Format: DVD
When I first heard about this film, part of me worried that the second movie wouldn't live up to my expectations and wouldn't be a successful movie as many sequels to movies have been less than brilliant, but thankfully, this movie is just as exciting as part I.

The Hangover: Part 2 is an incredibly funny tale which although follows the same concept as the previous movie, is still completely unique. This time, the boys are off to Thailand for Stu's wedding and though he is adamant that they don't have a bachelor party and keep things low key with a 'Bachelor Brunch', somehow, mayhem still ensues.

If you've seen the first movie, then you're definitely going to enjoy the second, with more crazy antics and blank memories. This is just as thrilling as the first movie despite what other people say. I was sat in a cinema full of people laughing their heads off the entire way through, and in my book, that means it's a damn good movie. It may revolve around the same concept of the original but the suspense as they search for Teddy, Stu's fiancee's little brother, and clues as to their antics of the previous night still keep you interested the entire way through.

I highly recommend this to anyone who's looking for an hour and half of laughter and banter.
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Format: DVD
If there was ever a shining example of why NOT to make a sequel... this is it. Its appalling.
First one was funny, this one is just crude and nasty. The characters have totally lost their loveability.
We didn't laugh once throughout the whole film.
Sorely disappointing.
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A quick paraphrasing of Absolute Radio's overly generous snippet helps sum this movie up: twice as mad, half as funny. Its problem is twofold: it's at its best when it gives you a word-for-word re-enactment of the original, which, of course, makes it redundant. In those rare instances that it deviates from this formula, it does so by `raising the volume' - a commonly used tactic when big studios condescend their audience by assuming mass appeal can only be reached by removing any trace of subtlety. So the jokes, though structurally on the same lines, are louder. Stu wakes up with an unexplained facial tattoo instead of the minor inconvenience of a lost incisor. The screenwriter's insatiable thirst for dramatic shock tactics carries on with the occasional machine gun going off in bar and the ingenious joke about a monkey with an erection. As the movie is little more than a collection of caricatures, you'll have your favourite examples by the end of it. You begin to wonder why the original surprised you at all. And that's what's wrong here, the thinking that if a joke is made louder, it becomes funnier. Comedy is far more hard work than that.

What gives even more the impression of a team short on time, or inclination, is how its peripheral parts are so badly integrated into the movie. Chow is back because of his popularity on the original, even though he has no obvious role here. It's `opinion poll casting' at its worst; Chow, who started off as a parody is taken one step further and is now a parodying himself - gone is the mystery behind him that made his outbursts so funny in the original, and instead we have a little Chinamen capable only of snorting coke and crass pigeon English.
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Format: DVD
There is a certain amount of predictability in this film, which is not really bad. The movie picks up 2 years later. Ed Helms is getting married in Thailand (pronounced Thigh-land). His future father-in-law hates him. His wife has a 16 year old brother who is pre-med. Ed wisely chooses not to have a bachelor party or invite Alan (Zach Galifianakis) along. He is talked into inviting Alan who worships the time the "Wolf Pack" was together. Of course once the guys get back together and raise their glasses in a toast...

The movie uses the same formula as the first one. It takes a seemingly impossible situation and reconstructs a humorous story around it. Their mission in this episode is to locate Teddy, the pre-med student. On par with the first film.

F-bomb, nudity, she-male nudity, crude humor, n-word, Ed Helms bent over and taking it up the...
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