First it was Doug's wedding in Vegas, now it's Stu's wedding in Thailand. Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis don't disappoint in the sequel to the infamous "The Hangover."
Stu doesn't want anything to go wrong this time and tries to keep everything calm and in order, especially because his fiancé's father isn't too fond of Stu. He is reluctant to invite Alan to the wedding, but eventually gives in.
But we all know that things aren't going to go as Stu had planned. As in "The Hangover," Phil, Ed and Alan wake up in an unfamiliar hotel room and try to figure out what happened the night before. I won't give anything away, but they do reunite with the infamous Mr. Chow.
I knew the sequel would be the same as the first, so I went in with low expectations and was surprised at how hilarious it was. I didn't think they would be able to redo the first one and still make it good. But it makes sense. Why change anything from the original when everyone loved it? "The Hangover Part II" has the same idea, but different, more extreme events. In a way, I wish it were more different and original, but that's my only complaint.
Anyone who loved the first one will love the second one.
I give "The Hangover Part II" an 8 out of 10 because it's absolutely hysterical and jaw-droppingly insane. Prepare yourself for chaos.
Katherine Grace Marra is a sophomore at Weston High School who reviews films from a teen's perspective on her blog www.katherinegracem.tumblr.com .
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