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The Hangover Part II

Bradley Cooper  Actor Ed Helms  Actor Zach Galifianakis  Actor Justin Bartha  Actor Ken Jeong  Actor Paul Giamatti  Actor Mike Tyson  Actor Jeffrey Tambor  Actor Mason Lee  Actor Jamie Chung  Actor Sasha Barrese  Actor Gillian Vigman  Actor Aroon Seeboonruang  Actor Nirut Sirichanya  Actor


MPAA Rating: R
Contains:Nudity,Profanity,Sexual Situations,Drug Content

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The Hangover Part II

Theatrical Release Date: 2011 05 26 (USA)

UPC: 883929140404

Studio: Warner Home Video

MPAA Rating: R   Contains:[Nudity, Profanity, Sexual Situations, Drug Content]

Summary: A modest bachelor brunch devolves into a wild weekend in Bangkok when the gang travels to Thailand to see Stu get married. Still traumatized by memories of the Las Vegas fiasco, Stu (Ed Helms) vows to keep his pre-wedding partying to the bare minimum. But when Phil (Bradley Cooper), Doug (Justin Bartha), and Alan (Zach Galifianakis) show up, Stu's low-key brunch makes their previous Vegas fiasco look like a family trip to Disneyland. The Hangover Part II features cameos by Bill Clinton and Paul Giamatti. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Category: Comedy

Features: Gag reel

The Hangover Part II

Format: DVD

Release Date: 12/06/2011

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 102 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,French,Spanish

Subtitles: English,French,Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Hangover, Part II
1. Chapter 1 [8:59]
2. Chapter 2 [8:02]
3. Chapter 3 [7:17]
4. Chapter 4 [9:39]
5. Chapter 5 [10:20]
6. Chapter 6 [10:35]
7. Chapter 7 [9:57]
8. Chapter 8 [8:46]
9. Chapter 9 [9:51]
10. Chapter 10 [9:25]
11. Chapter 11 [4:05]
12. Chapter 12 [4:40]

Cammila Collar

You can't really complain about the fact that literally any successful movie will likely spawn a sequel. If audiences (and that includes you and I) liked a set of characters once, it does seem reasonable to assume they'll like them again -- and, of course, what studio could resist cashing in on the rights to a potential franchise? But while even a movie that was originally meant to stand on its own can often support a clever, entertaining follow-up, you can usually spot the difference between a sequel that's inspired and a sequel that was thrown together for a paycheck. That sounds kind of harsh, though. A sequel can be a little disappointing yet still be funny -- even good. That's definitely the case with The Hangover Part II, a basic do-over where the jokes are just as punchy and wild as the ones in the first movie, but nothing particularly satisfying or clever happens in the story -- ever.

The script revolves around the same guys: the rakish Phil (Bradley Cooper), dorky Stu (Ed Helms), and borderline mentally disabled Alan (Zach Galifianakis). Having flown to Thailand for the destination wedding of Stu to a gorgeous gal named Lauren (Jamie Chung), the friends gather for a few drinks and a few laughs on the beach. By this point, the movie has already spent 20 minutes establishing that Lauren's father hates Stu, and has obsessively high hopes for Lauren's little brother, Teddy (Mason Lee), a 16-year-old concert cellist who's starting a pre-med program at Stanford. So, obviously, we know that when the guys wake up eight hours later with no memory of the previous night's shenanigans (or how they wound up in a seedy Bangkok motel), Teddy will be the member of the ensemble who's missing, and whom they have to track down before they can return to the wedding party -- lest Stu be completely shunned by Lauren's already spiteful family.

But what exactly happened last night? For those paying attention, the explanation for the boys' blackout in the first movie (SPOILER ALERT!) was that Alan roofied everybody. And while I'm not going to spoil any of the questions that pop up in Part II, the questions themselves are pretty telling. Where is the member of their posse that they lost? Can they find him before time runs out? Whose monkey is this? And how did they come into possession of a 75-year-old Tibetan monk in a wheelchair?

You see what I'm getting at. These are the same questions we spent two perfectly delightful hours answering in the first Hangover (specifics about monkeys and monks excluded). Do these questions provide ample opportunity for a ton of outrageous bits, over-the-top jokes, and general insanity? Absolutely. But do the actual answers to any of these questions add up to a remotely interesting, overarching answer to the mystery of what the guys got themselves into last night? No way. The magic of the original film is in the groomsmen piecing together the puzzle, with clues that manage to shock and surprise with each bizarre twist and turn. There are no such surprises here. If something is trashed, the answer is that they got wasted and trashed it. If they have something they shouldn't, it's because they were drunk and they stole it. In the end, the biggest question of all isn't even really "Where's Teddy?" but rather "How did we manage to get ourselves into the exact same mess yet again?"

They do ask this question out loud a number of times, but the movie calling itself out for being repetitive doesn't really change anything. The Hangover II is still funny, though. The laughs are never as side-splittingly enormous as they were in the first movie, yet they're still there in multitudes. Although nothing surprising ever happens in the overall story, the minute-to-minute jokes do pull out plenty of surprises (so to speak -- most of them involve penises). And while a clever and inspired script might have been too much to hope for, The Hangover II still provides a barrage of hard-R humor and a chance for Cooper, Helms, and Galifianakis (not to mention Ken Jeong, who reprises the role of Mr. Chow) to skillfully riff on the characters we liked so much the first time around. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi

Cast and Crew: William Fay  Executive Producer 
Daniel Goldberg  Producer 
Todd Phillips  Director 
Todd Phillips  Producer 
Todd Phillips  Screenwriter 
Christophe Beck  Composer (Music Score) 
Craig Mazin  Screenwriter 
Jon Jashni  Executive Producer 
Chris Bender  Executive Producer 
Scot Armstrong  Screenwriter 
J.C. Spink  Executive Producer 
Scott Budnick  Executive Producer 
Thomas Tull  Executive Producer 
Bradley Cooper  Actor 
Ed Helms  Actor 
Zach Galifianakis  Actor 
Justin Bartha  Actor 
Ken Jeong  Actor 
Paul Giamatti  Actor 
Mike Tyson  Actor 
Jeffrey Tambor  Actor 
Mason Lee  Actor 
Jamie Chung  Actor 
Sasha Barrese  Actor 
Gillian Vigman  Actor 
Aroon Seeboonruang  Actor 
Nirut Sirichanya  Actor 
Yasmine C. Lee  Actor 
Nick Cassavetes  Actor 
Schnitrnunt Busarakamwong  Actor 
Bryan Callen  Actor 
Brody Stevens  Actor 
Nimit Lugsamepong  Actor 
Michael Berry Jr.  Actor 
Andrew Howard  Actor 
Danai Thiengdham  Actor 
Thana Srisuke  Actor 
Pairot Noiply  Actor 
Penpak Sirikul  Actor 
Sanita Jai-ua  Actor 
Chanicha Shindejanichakul  Actor 
Vithaya Pansringarm  Actor 
Kim Lee  Actor 
Palakorn Chaiklang  Actor 
Palakorn Gunjina  Actor 
Pongsatorn Sawadchatchawan  Actor 
Kaweewit Chaikaew  Actor 
Pure Watanabe  Actor 
Rattana Janprasit  Actor 
Jetsada Yuktabutra  Actor 
Tanner Maguire  Actor 
William A. Johnson  Actor 
Aedin Mincks  Actor 
Dylan Boyack  Actor 
William Jiang  Actor 
Lynne Kidder  Actor 
Fred North  Actor 
Crystal  Actor 

Country: USA