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Rated R for bloody violence, language and some nudity.

R In Theaters 10/30/2009 , 87min.
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Viewer score based on 224 ratings
24%
Critic score based on 16 reviews

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September 10, 2013
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Everyone who is a huge Norman Reedus fan understand why Im such a huge fan as well. This was another great movie starring Reedus. Ive been trying to view every movie he is in and one that particuarily stuck out was hello herman. if you go to www.hellohermanthemovie.com you can watch it there!
August 02, 2011
whelmick18
duffy bring out 3
May 24, 2011
richjulpelt
Great movie, lots of action and laughs, need a sequel to get the boys out of prison. Troy Duffy, what is up?
March 18, 2011
rhianyn458
Personally, I loved the movie. I thought it was an epic sequel and did justice to the first movie that started such a cult following. Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus were awesome as always, and directer Troy Duffy explored cool new directing methods while still staying true to his style.
March 10, 2011
Evilone89Gage33
Totally butched it. I had absolute hatred for the woman detective in this one. I watched the first one a hundred times, but couldnt even watch this one a second time. Thanks for ruinning a could be great movie series.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Feels larger in scope yet sorely lacking in originality. Full Review
Adam Markovitz
Entertainment Weekly
Earns points only for being remarkably unself-conscious about its across-the-board ineptitude. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
The only truly ugly side to this self-consciously grimy movie is the streak of Neanderthal humor. Operatic overacting is funny. Racist and homophobic jokes? Not so much. Full Review
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle
Isn't for everyone, obviously; it might not be for anyone, come to think of it. Full Review
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter
Although the Tarantino influence still is tangible, this time around Duffy reveals himself to also be a big Francis Ford Coppola fan, but the cartoonish end result plays like "Godfather III" meets the Three Stooges. Full Review

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