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The first one was so successful, they had to make another one. And while the cover art/poster seems to be identical, it does build up on its characters and does not only copy and paste everything from part one. Having said that, there is still some major issues with some of the characters and they are not as funny as they were the first time around, which is a shame.
We also get fresh/new blood in this one. Still there is your old gang (from part 1) coming back, though I don't think it's that necessary to have seen the first movie to get this. But since the first one was better you may want to watch it anyway. For a German comedy this is pretty neat, usual flaws and all. But the actors make it look better than it actually is
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