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Unfortunately, I don't have anything good to say about this movie. I loved the first part and was thrilled to know that the second one was coming out. But what a disappointment! There is no plot, the jokes are standalone (and not part of the story) and the scenes are jumping back and forth from one storyline to the other. Also, all of the characters from part 1 were made to reappear in part 2. But many of them did not really have a solid part in the latter, so for anyone who did not see the former, the depiction of a lot of characters was meaningless.
The movie was so bad that numerous people fell asleep in the movie theater.
Chose something else to watch in your free time.
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