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Hamlet 2

Rated R for language including sexual references, brief nudity and some drug content.

R In Theaters 08/22/2008 , 94min.
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Critic score based on 28 reviews

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January 09, 2009
Sooo glad I saw this Hamlet 2 for free. This was beyond awful. Who gives a good christ about it supposedly knocking christianity. "This movie was hilarious from beginning to end! It does not make fun of Christianty. The focus is on Coogan's pathetic life and rediculous character which will have you rolling with laughter." Seriously? There were no funny moments in the film let alone entire
October 07, 2008
This movie is actually one of the funniest things I've ever seen in my life. my friend & i were actually worried at times that we were going to wet our pants. I don't know WHO would think it wasn't hysterical, but I absolutely loved this movie. Can't wait for the dvd.
September 24, 2008
IS this playing everywhere that its going to play bc i live in stinking louisiana and it isnt playing anywhere in this state! Am i going to have to wait until it comes out on dvd?? boo
September 12, 2008
This movie is HORRIBLE
September 07, 2008
Silly and irreverent at times, yes...but it was funny. I wasn't the only one laughing out loud in the theatre, either. I really enjoyed it.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Wall Street Journal
Mostly, though, there's the endlessly resourceful, endlessly inventive, bedazzling Mr. Coogan. Hamlet Schmamlet. Not since "Death of a Salesman" has failure been quite so entertaining. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Elisabeth Shue has a strange role as a version of herself who has given up acting for nursing. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
Amusing but unevenly inspired tale of a deluded high school drama teacher's attempt to stage a career-saving extravaganza has some laughs, to be sure. Full Review
Duane Byrge
The Hollywood Reporter
Attaining somewhat of a bad parody of a comedy, screenwriters Andrew Fleming and Pam Brady have slapped together a string of gags in a hit-and-miss dither. Some of it is quite brainy. Full Review
James Berardinelli
A rather mediocre experience, offering sporadic laughs but never achieving the level of consistent humor necessary to make this memorable. Full Review

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