The Hangover Part II 2011 R CC

(745) IMDb 6.5/10
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Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug travel to exotic Thailand for Stu's wedding. 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, 42 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.
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter on January 9, 2012
Format: Amazon Instant Video Verified Purchase
I loved the first Hangover, but was skeptical regarding a sequel. However, after watching it, and laughing pretty much the whole time, i almost feel like this was better than the first. Certainly, they upped the disturbing humor quotient. The situations they find themselves in are pretty awesome. This time, they lose Stew's soon to be brother in law, a 16 year old child prodigy/Stanford student...and what they go through to find him...oh man! You may gag when they go to the strip club, and might feel bad for the little monkey, but really, this movie has it all...
You know, i may just have to visit Bangkok...and hope the city doesnt take me.

Enjoy!
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77 of 103 people found the following review helpful By ec2005 on December 9, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
If you liked the first one, then you will probably like this sequel. Same premise, same type of humor, and same wackiness.

One of the funnier movies this year.

LOL - I find it funny that all these reviewers are giving it 1 star because they are getting the UV Digital Copy along with the Blu Ray or DVD. That is really skewing the reviews for this. Doesn't make sense to me. Are you reviewing the movie, the Blu Ray, or just the UV digital copy? If "just the UV", are you giving the entire product package a fair review? Matter of fact, have most of you one-star reviewers even seen the movie? You definitely haven't seen the blu ray since most of your reviews are dated before the release.

Anyways, please ignore all the 1 star reviews related to the UV copy. IMO, these reviewers are not using the rating system appropriately. I understand they want to make a statement because they dislike the UV copies.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By BlueSteel on February 23, 2012
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First off I have to say that when I watched the first Hangover in the theater I wasn't super impressed with it. Everyone was saying it was super hilarious, but I found it only mildly funny in a large auditorium with ~200 other people. When I rewatched it at home with just a few people it was infinitely better. This Part II however was completely hilarious in the theater and again at home. I found myself walking away trying to figure out how this movie made it into the public without an NC-17 rating. I suppose they are becoming more liberal with the rating boards. There are too many funny moments to pick just one. Needless to say this is a must see for fans of the first one, but at the same time some of the more light hearted folks may want to pass it up. Definitely not for anyone up 18.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chanse R. Frenette on December 11, 2011
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Yes, it is the EXACT same plot in almost every single way. This film is just another excuse for them, to continue the magic of first Hangover's success. Don't expect it to BLOW your mind with hilarity. But it definitely has its moments. Some very dumb moments too (Useless use of a helicopter, too.) But, I think its worth buying.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Scott Schiefelbein VINE VOICE on December 11, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Todd Phillips' 2009 comic masterpiece, "The Hangover," resurrected the raunchy comedy with its brilliantly demented "lost weekend" in Vegas. Despite the top-notch work of the ensemble cast, Zach Galifianakis stole the show more completely than any actor since we walked away from "High Fidelity" raving about Jack Black.

Even before the release of "The Hangover," which made a bazillion dollars at the box office, a sequel was in the works. The great news is that almost the entire gang is back from Vegas and now heads to Bangkok in the sequel, "The Hangover Part II." Doug (Justin Bartha) is comfortably married and Stu (Ed Helms) is taking the plunge with Lauren (Jamie Chung), whose family still lives in Thailand. Stu wants nothing more than a quiet wedding, and he wisely spends his bachelor party at brunch. Unfortunately, Stu brings Alan (Galifianakis) along for the wedding, against his better instincts. With Alan in tow, one should expect accidental mayhem to follow, and it does.

In spades.

Once again the boys find themselves awakening with blinding hangovers, blank memories, and a missing friend. Once again, they spend the movie resurrecting what went on the night before, and each discovered secret is more deranged than the one before. Dead bodies. Severed fingers. Toking monkeys. Enraged Buddhist monks. The list goes on and on, and the laughs do indeed pile up.

And yet, one cannot escape the fact that the entire movie is a slightly less funny retread of the original. From the narrative structure (both films start with a phone call to a distressed significant other) to the craziness to the jokes, we've heard this song before.
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46 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Mike on November 2, 2011
Format: DVD
Synopsis: The guys are at it again, as Stu (played by Ed Helms), Phil (Bradley Cooper), Alan (Zach Galifianakis), and Doug (Justin Bartha) go to Thailand to celebrate Stu's upcoming marriage to Lauren (Jamie Chung); who happens to be a far better person to him than his previous fiancee. Though he's hated by Lauren's father's (Nirut Sirijanya), Stu is adored by her brother Teddy (Mason Lee), so he includes him in their partying plans in Bangkok (much to Alan's chagrin.) Well, once again the boys party to hard, and once again they lose another member of the party (though it's not Doug this time, as he spends most of the movie hanging out at the resort being the boring married guy.) The difference is that Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong) is now responsible for some of the trouble the boys are involved in and a chain-smoking monkey has engaged them on their travels. The group goes through a bunch of ridiculous scenarios in an attempt to retrace their steps and to explain what occurred the night before and to find their missing comrade. Will they get back to the wedding unscathed and intact? Will Stu earn the respect of Lauren's father? Will Alan ever grow up or will he always be a man-child?

While the first Hangover was laugh-out-loud funny, this one wasn't nearly as humorous. However, the action sequences were far more intense than what you saw in the first film, so if you were watching this as you were any type of action movie, then it could have been very enjoyable. However, the ending of the film killed any redeeming factor that the movie leading up to it would have offered. When Stu told off his previous fiancee, it was one of the moments where everyone in the theater stood up and cheered him on.
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