Two years after the bachelor party in Las Vegas, Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug jet to Thailand for Stu's wedding. Stu's plan for a subdued pre-wedding brunch, however, goes seriously awry.... (Full plot summary below)
Two years after the bachelor party in Las Vegas, Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug jet to Thailand for Stu's wedding. Stu's plan for a subdued pre-wedding brunch, however, goes seriously awry.
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Film Threat - 10/10 by Matthew SorrentoWe don't know what's more bizarre: Phillips' sensibility, or how he avoided an NC-17. We profit (mostly) unscathed.
indieWire - 10/10 by Leonard MaltinUnless moviegoers themselves are willing to shoulder some of the blame, it's useless to try and figure out why The Hangover Part II is so bad. The film only exists because, after the hilarious 2009 movie broke box-office records for an R-rated comedy...
Film.com - 9/10 by Eric D. SniderIf you want to avoid plot spoilers for The Hangover Part II, don't watch The Hangover.
FromTheBalcony - 9/10 by Bill ClarkWhereas the original had the wonderful epiphany of watching a comedy that actually didn't suck, The Hangover Part II sticks strictly to its own formula - and to a fault.
OK! Magazine - 9/10 by Phil VillarrealThe guys could make 12 more of these movies, do just as well every time and get audiences to laugh and laugh at themselves for laughing. That's a lot of laughing, and that's The Hangover: Part II.
San Diego Union-Tribune - 9/10 by Alison GangThere are plenty of déjà vu moments,...but before you know it, Phillips yanks you in an entirely unexpected direction, continually ramping up the stakes, the raunch and the visceral humor.
The Atlantic - 9/10 by Christopher OrrThe missing person, the seamy urban setting, the gradual accretion of clues: The Hangover films are, essentially, hard-boiled crime stories spun into comic depravity.
Watertown Daily Times - 9/10 by Adam TobiasI am not going to deny The Hangover Part II follows the same blueprint as the first film, but, to be honest, it didn't bother me one bit. The reason? I was too busy laughing to care.
James on screenS - 9/10 by Caryn JamesBangkok may be bigger, sexier, sleazier than Vegas, but this sequel feels tired and cautious. Ed Helms does everything he can to make a not very funny film work.
E! Online - 8/10 by Matt StevensThis buzz-kill follow-up suffers from a pervasive sense of been there, drunk that.