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The Hangover 2

Rated R for pervasive language, strong sexual content including graphic nudity, drug use and brief violent images.

R In Theaters 05/26/2011 , 102min.
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January 21, 2012
the second hangover was more dark than the first. there were parts when it was funny but most of the time it was gross and disturbing . I recommend the first movie. the movie felt repetious with the three characters trying to find the lost friend and having inappropiate pictures at the end. i hope that if there is thrid movie it will be more like the first.
December 10, 2011
December 10, 2011
Follows the same formula of the first, and obtain the same success, great jokes of the light to heavy, particularly the scene in the brothel transvestite was crying with laughter once again give the actors a show, and the plot is very interesting. The only defect was the lack of explanation for certain aspects of the film, some scenes were too forced. But it is highly recommended
December 09, 2011
I liked it, but it wasn't good as the first one. The monkey was the best character in it, but it was still funny!!
December 06, 2011
Fabulou,s funny thought it was well executed and loved the actors and of course the monkey. I have not laughed that much in ages..

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The rote professionalism on display verges on cynicism, and despite some occasional sparks, this ranks as a considerable disappointment. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
This dark and seedy follow-up to 2009's blockbuster comedy has a quite a retro message - suggesting that civilized men carry inside them a monster, a "demon" within, that requires constant taming. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
The Hangover Part II offers absolutely nothing new to fans of the first film. In fact, once the comfort of familiarity has worn off, they may well feel as baited-and-switched as the patrons of one of the sketchier clubs the boys visit. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Lost is the fresh, perverse, painfully politically incorrect R-rated pleasure that came when "The Hangover" ate up the summer of 2009. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
What was fresh and surprising in Las Vegas turns rancid and predictable in Bangkok. Full Review
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