Directed by: Todd Phillips
Overall Rating: 9.5
Contains: Pervasive language, strong sexual content including graphic nudity, drug use and brief violent images
Cast: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha
MPPA Rating and Time: R. 102 min.
Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) are at it again and this time they go to Thailand for Stu’s wedding. Once again they get drunk and wake up not remembering what is going on. However, like before there is something wrong. Stu’s future brother-in-law is missing and they have no clue what happened the night before.
Another fun time at the movies! This movie was predictable, but it was still just as funny as the first Hangover. This movie was one of the best movies that I have seen in the theaters in a long time. However, this film was the exact same story where they have gotten drunk, can’t remeber, lost someone, etc. It was still hilarious and you are going to laugh and choke on your popcorn if you are not careful. The trailer does give away a lot of the surprises, but there are a lot more surprises that keep you laughing throughout the entire movie.
This time around I was thinking that they were going to do more with the story and was a tiny bit unsatisfied with the fact that they had no change in it. Sure, there were different things that happened to them, but the story remained the same. You are going to get laughs and your money’s worth from it, but it seemed to be missing something for me. Like all non-action movies, you don’t really have to watch this in the theaters, but it is fun nonetheless.
This movie was good, but could have been more. It is NOT a movie for children and you are going to have to go to the bathroom before the movie because you are going to laugh throughout the entire movie. You won’t be disatisfied with this movie and you will see what is meant by a repeat of the story if you have seen the first movie. This is definitley a movie to see in the theaters if you have a date night coming up and at the same time, you can wait until it hits the DVD shelf too. Like all comedies, they are fun to watch, but not nessessary important to see on the big screen.