The Hangover: Part II
When the wolf pack reunites in Thailand for Stu's wedding, they wake up one morning in a seedy hotel with no idea how they got there. They find Teddy's severed finger -- but the rest of him is missing.
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- Todd Phillips
- 2012 Razzie® Awards
- Worst Supporting Actor nominee: Ken Jeong
RPervasive language, strong sexual content including graphic nudity, drug use and brief violent images
English SDH French Spanish (Neutral)Language and sound
English: Dolby Digital 5.1 French: Dolby Digital 5.1 Spanish (Neutral): Dolby Digital 5.1Other features
Color; interactive menus.
English SDH Spanish (Neutral)Language and sound
English: DTS 5.1 HD Spanish (Neutral): Dolby Digital 5.1Other features
Color; interactive menus.
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Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that, in attempting to surpass the original film, this R-rated comedy sequel is even cruder and more explicit than the first installment (i.e. full-frontal shots of pre-operative transgender characters). This time around, the three main characters wake up in Bangkok with no memory of what transpired the previous night, only to learn that their evening included drug deals, a severed finger, plenty of drugs and drinking, and a surprising encounter with strippers. All of this is punctuated with non-stop swearing, including tons of F-bombs.
- Sexual Content
- Explicit discussions about sexual encounters with prostitutes. Several full-frontal shots featuring pre-operative transgender characters, who have breasts and penises (all are visible). Other scenes with topless women. Spoiler alert: The ending features a montage of photos from the lost night that includes a variety of sexually explicit images that border on pornography.
- A few scenes include fistfights, brawling, and gunshots, as well as one car chase and a high-speed speedboat accident. One character loses a finger in a mysterious incident.
- Near non-stop swearing, including "s--t," "c--k," and liberal use of "f--k" (and variations thereof). Also "d--k," "c--t," "oh my God," "hell," "ass," and "damn."
- Social Behavior
- There are some mixed messages here. Although the take-away is to stick by your friends, the film also says that those same friends can get you into a lot of tight spots. And other so-called friends might even try to drug you...
- A few scenes feature Singha beer, a well-known Thai brand.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Some drinking on screen, and many references to a night of debauchery that clearly involved lots of liquor. Some of the lowlights from the night are seen in a flashback scene in which the main characters are all portrayed as pre-teen boys who are drinking heavily and engaging in all manner of drunken misbehavior. One character snorts cocaine, and a drug deal is an important plot point. The film also features a monkey that smokes cigarettes.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it