It's Thomas Kub's 17th birthday and all he wants to do is throw a small party with some friends to help raise his social status and maybe even get lucky. But when his best friend Costa starts calling radio stations and putting ads up on Craigslist, you can be sure that this party is going to get really out of hand really fast. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jesse O (ca) wrote: Does this movie win the award for Most Unnecessary Sequel of 2016? Well, actually, I don't really know. I'd have to go back and read all of my reviews for the past year in order to make that decision. But I'll be damned if this wasn't on that list, even if it wasn't the most unnecessary sequel of last year. I honestly wish Flixster would have an option where you go year by year and see the movies you reviewed that particularly year. It'd make doing lists so much easier. Not to mention comparing films, if they need to be compared at least. I'm sure it's not that difficult, but the programmers at Flixster may just be too lazy to do it. Ah, it is what it is. But I digress, I was actually surprised by how bad this movie actually was and how much it actually fails at being an entertaining sequel. Stylistically speaking, this is the same movie as the original. Willie is still an crude, offensive misanthrope who cares little about anyone but himself. The movie is still as raunchy as ever, with sex jokes and foul language up the ass. But, and this is only one of the few problems, the movie just isn't funny. It's just not. I think it tries to use is its crude and offensive sense of humor as proof of 'hey, it's still the same move' when it's really not. Here's the thing, you can attempt to be as offensive or as crude as you want, and I have no problem with that, films should be able to joke about shit that makes us uncomfortable, if only to make us reflect on ourselves and the society we live in. But here's the thing with using offensiveness and crudeness as the basis of your humor, you actually need some fucking jokes. Well-written jokes. Jokes that actually make you laugh instead of roll your eyes. My previous review (of a Netflix Original movie called Mercy) complained about its twist that was done just for the sake of one. Well, that applies to the humor in this movie as well. It's crude and offensive just for the sake of being crude and offensive. Not because they actually have some great jokes up their sleeves where, the only way to get them out, is through that filter. And that annoys me, because I legitimately enjoyed the first Bad Santa. It was a pretty funny movie, that I've been wanting to re-watch. And if this movie is what they had in plan for the sequel, then what was the fucking point of even bothering? Not to mention the fact that it's been almost FOURTEEN years since the original came out. The people who really wanted a sequel to this movie have been waiting for longer for this than those who wanted an Anchorman sequel. Imagine waiting nearly fourteen years for a movie and when it comes out, it's this. Oh boy, I can imagine some people being pissed off. The thing about the original Bad Santa, on top of the fact that it had legitimately funny jokes, is the fact that those jokes had a purpose. They were meant to establish Willie as this unlikable grinch who's selfishness is second only to, well, nothing. But they also paired that with an actual story where Willie sees some growth through his connection with Thurman. I guess you could justify that same approach in this movie by saying that Willie is reconnecting with his mother. And that's fair, I suppose, but it still doesn't make the comedy in this movie any good. Again, they rely way too much on the fact that being crude will net them some laughs, as opposed to using crude humor to tell good jokes. I know I've repeated that a whole fucking lot, but it bears repeating. The humor is just super fucking lazy here. Not to mention the story. There's something here with exploring Willie's relationship with his mother and how he is the way he is because of her. But they don't go to any interesting places with it. It's just the basic 'I was a drunk and I fucked up your childhood' type bullshit. At the very least, this movie does a better job at justifying its existence than Hot Tub Time Machine 2. The latter existed simply because there were a bunch of leftover skits from the original that they wanted to use. Hence they made a sequel that, literally, was a series of skits barely held together by a narrative thread. This movie, at the very least, attempted to have a story, even if it sucked, to hold together its skits. The casting was at least strong. Billy Bob Thornton is perfect in roles like this, so he's no problem. Kathy Bates is always a more than welcome addition, even if they did not give her character much to do. The problems I have are not with the casting, far from it. The cast, I believe, are the only legitimately good thing about the movie. That's it, really. I don't think I can go on with this review any longer. This is a very bad movie that hardcore fans of the original won't enjoy, at least that's how I see it. There's probably a very small group of people that will champion this as superior, but they're empirically wrong. Don't watch, I'm sure the original Bad Santa is available cheap on Amazon. Get that DVD instead of spending your time watching this, you'll thank me later.
Heidi P (nl) wrote: one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my Life a big waste of time & money
X T (ca) wrote: Mostly more the same bifurcated stuff from Hong, saturated with booze and bad behavior. The dense rhyming structure is like that of Virgin except told in the form of episodic events in late Hong. The Bunuelian touches from Night and Day is incorporated more seamlessly here for confusion and comedic effect. I had some problems with the first half, some of which were too absurd, and lacks the poignancy of the 2nd half.
Derek M (mx) wrote: one of the worst movies I've ever seen
Jamie I (mx) wrote: At the end of 28 Days Later those infected with the Rage Virus die of starvation. Cut to this film London is put under American military control and civilians have moved into a section of the city called District 1. But this is more the story of Andy and Tammy, the first children moved back into London. Afraid he will forget what his dead mother looks like Tammy takes Andy outside the safe zone to their old house. They discover their mother, Alice still alive. Alice is taken back to government quarantine where it is soon discovered she is infected with the Rage Virus but not showing any symptoms. Racked with the guilt of leaving her behind Don (father) uses his access card to get to Alice. He kisses her and through her saliva is infected. He goes crazy and kills her by jamming his thumbs very deep into her eye sockets. By far one of the most disgusting scenes of the film. Of course now the virus is loose and the military is unable to control it so they are soon ordered to start dropping civilians which they do. Another terribly shocking scene. One soldier and a military doctor who recognizes the value of the children attempt to get them out before the fire bombing. A helicopter pilot (Harold Perrineau) agrees to pick up the soldier but is unaware of the tagalongs. Cut to another disgusting scene as Perrineau slices a slew of infected with his helicopter blades. Everyone dies except the children and Tammy is forced to kill her own father to save her brother. Turns out Andy is like Mama. He becomes infected after Dad takes a chunk out of him but like Mom does not show any symptoms. Perrineau agrees to transport the two survivors to who knows where and before anyone can extract this kid's blood and create a cure cut to an empty helicopter and a plethora of infected Frenchies jogging toward the Eiffel Tower. Fin.I liked this movie until it ended. I thought the premise was a great new spin on the series. I mean a natural immunity! Cool. But they left that loose end and that's what made me mad. The ending screamed sequel and after doing a little research I soon found a proposed 28 Months Later. Maybe that one can rectify the horrid ending but until that time I say: great film, wretched ending.
Jason T (br) wrote: cheezy horror la late nite Cinemax. watching this film induced some mild to moderate pain.
Sarah M (nl) wrote: i don't think "control freaks" in the movie info here is exactly the right word and there were 2, not 3. who writes these? anyway, the movie was really good. especially the pool table guy actor who so totally inhabited that part.
Greg W (es) wrote: u guessed it-another lost review.
Robbie V (ca) wrote: Best sports doco I've ever seen - and a great story too.
Matt W (au) wrote: So much better than the "critics" said...lots of fun and Kurt Russell is one of the most underrated actors of the past half century
Gary R (nl) wrote: Corn -dog movie. Sigh.