Ever wanted to know what guys say when they get together? This light- hearted comedy explores the male world through an amateur hockey team. Every male stereotype is analyzed, comically of ... See full summary »
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The Boys are back in town ! This time, the gang has gone to France where they'll compete against other countries in an international hockey tournament. The sequel was released shortly after the first movie an grossed much more money at the box office in Québec.
Stan, Bob, Ti-Guy, Jean-Charles, François and Fernand are back to break the ice in the highly entertaining sequel to the original Boys movie. This film is very different from the first. The jokes are much funnier as they make fun of french people. Stan (Rémy Girard) falls in love with a restaurant owner while Fernand (Paul Houde) is unhappy with the cheap hotel Ti-Guy (Patrick Huard) got them and Bob sleeps with the wife of another team's coach. Once again, the characters' private lives get mixed up with their hockey lives in this hilarious comedy.
Louis Saïa presents the second chapter in the Boys saga that continues with Les Boys 3. See this film if you are from Québec or if you speak french fluently. This movie rocks and is much better than it seems. See it ! I rate it a great big 10 just like the first one.
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