If you are a fan of the movie Hangover II (recently released on DVD), then I'm sorry, but you may have a deformed sense-of-humor gene.
I liked the first Hangover movie a little tiny bit. Mike Tyson and the tiger were kind of funny. And both movies have one attraction that I'll discuss in just a minute.
But the second movie is practically a remake of the first: Let's put the doofus guys in a different location and have them get in trouble so they barely make it to the wedding.
Bor - ring.
I'm not a big fan of physical comedy, anyway, and this movie sorely lacks amusing dialog. Not even Ed Helms is funny, and I think he's rejuvenated The Office as the new district manager at Dunder Mifflin.
I am especially sick of Ken Jeong, who plays Mr. Chow. His voice reminds me of Roseanne Barr's in that it sounds like fingernails on a chalk board.
I'm not posting the trailer for the movie because I think it would be copyright infringement, but you can go to this link to watch it.
You can't miss Ken Jeong as Mr. Chow, who says, We had a sick night, bitches.
Blah, blah, and more blah.
So what's the one thing both Hangover movies have going for them?
And I don't mean the setting.
We're talkin' Bradley Cooper. The man is eye candy.
Oh yeah. Bradley Cooper. The man looks like one sweet ride to me.
But you're better off skipping The Hangover Part Two, and if you haven't seen the first Hangover movie, don't bother. Simply stare at photos of Bradley Cooper.
Infinities of love,