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The Hangover Part II (2011) Movie Reviews

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10/01/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

No where near the greatness of the original!

Ok this is actually one time i should've listened to all the bad reviews as they were 100% bang on! I realized upon originally seeing this that it was the sequel and some of the orginal laughs would be more then likely used again...ummm? not all of them!! My god! It's like they took the first instalment and just added new paint and then just moved the whole same story to an exotic locale to get people's butts in the seats. Hangover 1 was hilarious to put it short so that alone will make the filmmakers a few bucks as all the fans from the first one , much like myself, will be wanting to see this as well although i highly doubt their will be a part 3 and if they do it will probably end up heading straight to dvd. To give the devil his due this movie does a have a few chuckles within as we s...

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08/14/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

The Hangover Part II review

Almost a copycat of the original with a different setting and darker premise. Stu (Ed Helms) became more neurotic and irritating because of the girlish screams. Alan (Zach Galifianakis) still had a few laughs, but still doesn't surpass his moments from its predecessor. Phil (Bradley Cooper) tried too hard to keep things under control, was a bit dull in this 2nd effort. It felt more like a mystery film than a comedy. The only scenes I enjoyed were the nice cinematography, musical background and Chows performance (Ken Jeong) who is still hilarious in the sequel. Overall, I felt they should have not created this, it was fun after they all woke -up, and Mike Tyson tries his best to entertain, which almost mirrors my sentiments about this flick. Pure disappointment with a few laughable...

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05/29/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Not as good as the original, but still funny

The original Hangover was, to me, a magical movie. Everything about it clicked and it ended up being one of my all-time favorite comedies. That being said, I was skeptical about part two BEFORE going to see it. I thought it would be a lame copy of the original. Luckily, that didn't turn out to be the case. While it was pretty much a copy of the plot of the original, it was also a funny and entertaining movie. While the first one is much more funnier than this movie, there was still quite a few scenes that had almost everyone in the theater laugh very hard. The main characters were almost as good as they were in the first one. That was another doubt I had about this film. And as in the first one, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) was the best character in terms of comedy. He had a lot of funny line...

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05/29/2011 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

I'm Seeing Deja Vu with Hangover II

I won't lie - this sequel is pretty much just like the original Hangover. Instead of missing tooth, you have a missing finger. Instead of a random baby, you have a drug-dealing monkey. Instead of wheeling around a tiger, you wheel around a silent monk. Instead on an insane Asian leaping out of trunk, you get an insane Asian leaping out of an ice chest. Instead of a missing groom, you have the bride's missing younger brother. Once again, no one has any memory of anything and must follow the random breadcrumbs they find in order to piece together a wild night in Bangkok.

Why did I like this so much then? It's because even though I pretty much knew where it was going, the characters are still the driving force and still make the movie worth watching. The jewel in the crown is Zach Galifia...

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