May 26, 2011 9:17 AM GMT
Just got back from seeing the midnight showing with some friends and all I can say un-freaking-believable! So f*cking funny! I definitely recommend you all see it for a good laugh.
StandardSocal saidJust got back from seeing the midnight showing with some friends and all I can say un-freaking-believable! So f*cking funny! I definitely recommend you all see it for a good laugh.
Mepark said^ Yup just got back from seeing it and they tried wayyyy too hard this time with their cheesy quotes and concepts. It's the same exact movie but not in Vegas. Won't say I didn't laugh though, sometimes from shock of the moment.
JoeB1986 saidSome friends of mine saw it last night - said it was the EXACT same movie as the first one. They said it had funny parts and everything, but not to expect anything original.
luvitohateit saidI heard it was very lame. Based on what I've heard from friends and critics (33% on Rotten Tomatoes!!!), I would save my money and go see an actual genius comedy called BRIDESMAIDS.
Trollileo saidI got off work last night. I had to clean the theater that this film played in. In the few months I've worked at a cinema, I was very impressed with my college cohorts. In the theater, I found 6 opened containers of alcohol dispersed about the theater. To this day, it is the only film that has had alcohol smuggled in for a viewing.
Anyway, it's pretty much an unnecessary sequel to the rich version of "Dude, Where's My Car?" which was WAY better in the first place. I did laugh at The Hangover, but the entire time I just kept thinking... "This is just like 'Dude Where's My Car?'"
someguy saidTwo women almost got into a fight after the movie because one felt the other was laughing too loudly. They were screaming at each other—ridiculous.
The movie was pretty funny but I think I liked the first one better. Definitely a lot of full frontal men but sadly not Bradley Cooper.
prepaul77 saidIt's not a sequel, it's a remake. The exact same plot, just a different location. Such lazy filmmaking.