The Hangover Part II
The Hangover crew heads to Thailand for Stu's wedding. After the disaster of a bachelor party in Las Vegas last year, Stu is playing it safe with a mellow pre-wedding brunch. However, nothing goes as planned and Bangkok is the perfect setting for another adventure with the rowdy group.
- Category:Action, Comedy
- Stars:Bradley Cooper, Jamie Chung, Ed Helms, Paul Giamatti,
- Director:Todd Phillips,
- Writer:Craig Mazin, Scot Armstrong, Todd Phillips, Jon Lucas (characters), Scott Moore (characters)
Stu is getting married. Along with Doug, Phil, and his soon-to-be brother-in-law Teddy, he regretfully invites Alan to Thailand for the wedding. After a quiet night on the beach with a beer and toasting marshmallows by the camp fire, Stu, Alan and Phil wake up in a seedy apartment in Bangkok. Doug is back at the resort, but Teddy is missing, there's a monkey with a severed finger, Alan's head is shaved, Stu has a tattoo on his face, and they can't remember any of it. The wolf-pack retrace their steps through strip clubs, tattoo parlors and cocaine-dealing monkeys on the streets of Bangkok as they try and find Teddy before the wedding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hangover Part II torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: There is nothing, absolutely nothing about this film to recommend it.It is an appalling alien invasion film in which a single American seems to defeat space travelling aliens with an axe.
(au) wrote: THIS MADE ME CRY....ME!A beautiful emotional journey. It will make you laugh, cry and mad. Ryu Seung-roo is one of the greatest actor in Korea. His performance was AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(us) wrote: Very surprising, and one of the funniest movies my kids and I have ever seen. Not kidding. I was shocked how funny it turned out to be. Our low expectations probably helped.
(de) wrote: This was a very good Australian thriller. Lately I've been watching many Australian horror movies, but most of the weren't very good. The acting was was excellent from all the actors, but mainly from the three young protagonist who delivered great performances and also from Joel Edgerton. The characters were sometimes very hard to watch because of the way the acted and behaved, because everyone was an antagonist in their own way. The story was good, and even though it was a little messy and confusing, the final act of the movie was full of suspense and a lot of tension. It really surprised and exceeded my expectations.
(ru) wrote: Being born in Brissie and living there for 24 years I have to say this film is spot on. Loved it but of course I am somewhat biased and I really wanted to see all the local locations again since I haven't been back for a while ;)
(ag) wrote: I can't believe this remake was actually pretty damn good and lived up to the spirit of the original.
(es) wrote: Ah, The Lion King, the highest-grossing 2D animated film of all time. I love this movie, and while I don't think it's quite the masterpiece everyone says it is, there are still plenty of things to like about it. The animation, of course is beautiful. I love the African setting. The story is good, the characters are likeable, the voice acting, especially from James Earl Jones and Jeremy Irons, is great, and the songs, for the most part, are nice as well. I was one of those people who cried at Mufasa's death. But what really makes this movie good is the sheer size of it. It's just a big movie, and it does come from the story. But I do have a few gripes with this movie. One is that the message of the movie is a little botched. When Simba goes back to face his fear, his fears start to win, and none of the lionesses stand up for him until it's revealed that he didn't kill Mufasa. So the message is botched. Also, Scar goes through a complete 180. He starts off as sinister and conniving, but after he becomes king, he turns into a little child. Also, I think Matthew Broderick as adult Simba is a little bland. The two songs that stand out the most to me are Circle of Life and Be Prepared. I know some people hate I Just Can't Wait to Be King, but I enjoy that one personally. As for Can You Feel the Love Tonight and Hakuna Matata, I think there tolerable, but also the weakest of the soundtrack. Hakuna Matata is one I both hate and love at the same time. It's very annoying but I can't help but sing along to it. I like the African choir in Can You Feel the Love Tonight, as well as Timon and Pumbaa's parts, but it's not really necessary since the romance between Simba and Nala wasn't the main focus. But despite these problems, I still think The Lion King is a good, strong film. It has great animation, good characters, and good story with good drama and good humor. Those hyenas crack me the freak up. And like I said, it's just a huge movie. It's not in my top ten favorite Disney movies, but it's very close, ranking number twelve. It's not perfect, but I still love it and I always have a great time watching it.
(es) wrote: Growing up gay. I remember it being beautiful (or was that the main character?).
(es) wrote: deep] a young boy pushed by his father who kills his mother that boy is the number b-ball in da world at 18 and has choices 2 make. spike lee had a fucking dream to make this movie up
(it) wrote: An interesting and daring take on the romantic comedy genre. Steve Carell and Keira Knightley both acted well and created amazing chemistry. Sadly, the direction was pretty mediocre and everything seemed a little rushed. Not to mention this trend throughout the film where things just happens for no logical reason
(es) wrote: Stella is better looking than Barbarella, but the movie fails to capitalize on that and instead turns into another warring humans in space film.
(jp) wrote: There's a lot of talent at work on this. Ryan Gosling & Naomi Watts are terrific, albeit in mostly incomprehensible parts in a script that's muddled at best. There are so many ideas being thrown at the screen in terms of story, perception, memory, camera and sound trickery, that this whole film is considerably less than the sum of its parts.SPOILER ALERT: it was clear to me from fairly early on that a lot (if not all) of what's on screen was existing solely in Gosling's head, so increasingly I felt like I just wanted them to get to the finish. It seemed like a very long 98 minutes, and the end, when it came, was an utter whimper from a film that had been trying so hard to be a BANG from start to finish.