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The Hangover Part Two
- Director: Todd Phillips
- Release Date: May 2011
- Run Time: 102
- Genre: Comedy
This film isn’t for the politically correct American crowd. This film isn’t one you should take a minor under the age of 13. And if you do take your 13 year old to see it, make sure she or he has seen “The Hangover.” I am a grown man and both films made me clench some of my more delicate features as bones are crunched, kicks are delivered and bodies disposed of and searched for in wanton abandon to appear respectable at a wedding altar.
The most important benchmark of most cultures, the wedding ceremony, is the pretense for the mayhem in “The Hangover Part 2” just as it was in “The Hangover.” Alan’s “wolf pack” IS so back in Hangover 2.
The mystery of how the pack ends up the morning after in a humiliatingly desperate scenario is cleverly set up to find them losing someone important just one day before Stu is to get married to his beloved non-prostitute fiancée. All the original cast is back including Jeffrey Tambor as Alan’s reluctant father. Stu, Phil, and Alan return as themselves (will anybody ever call them by their real names again?). They are joined by Ang Lee’s son, Mason, who plays Stu’s fiancées beloved brother prodigy, Teddy.
After a harmless nightcap on the beach, Teddy and the Pack end up stranded somewhere in Bangkok, miles away from the pristine Thai resort where Stu’s future in-laws are preparing to wed their daughter to the dentist with a dark side. Mishap after mishap embroil the Pack in the shady criminal world of “Chao” the coked bedraggled Asian gangster who whupped them with a tire iron back in Las Vegas in the first episode. Just when the Pack is going to make it and find Teddy, they are thrown for a raucous loop of additional violence, pig’s blood and smoking drug-dealing monkeys.
If it hadn’t been made up and I really knew these guys, especially Chao (Ken Jeong), I’d be telling you “You can’t make this stuff up!” This movie is tight, funny, and outrageous. It is destined to go down, no pun intended, as another American comedy classic with “The Hangover.” “The Hangover Part 2”- take your Mom and has a great time! She’ll thank you for it.