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You're So Hot: Part Deux with Dave Franco & Chris Mintz-Plasse (2012)

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A duel of hotties: Spaghetti Western style.

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A hotter sequel
12 June 2013 | by (São Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

What's up with the low ratings? People lost their sense of humor or simply didn't want to see the awaited step further this short had that the other didn't? Funny or Die brings once again another duel between Dave Franco versus Christopher Mintz-Plasse fighting and conquering each other with hilarious jokes, this time more intelligent and well elaborated takes on cultural and artistic references, every time beginning with the move "You're so hot!". The one involving resurrecting Mira Sorvino's career was priceless (the reply to that even better!). But they won me over with the use of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" and the lyric change they made.

In "You're So Hot: Part Deux with Dave Franco & Chris Mintz-Plasse: A Spaghetti Western" the duel plays like in a western (almost like the other, except they were at a football field) while both are tied by the same spaghetti, moving one step further each time they challenge each other with the "You're so hot" line.

As said earlier, it's more intelligent, the concept was similar as the previous but visually more interesting. However, the excitement was more present in the first one. This sequel was a little bizarre at parts, specially with the plot twist at the ending. Sure, it's not the comic style of many people but I find it really funny, humored, arousing and brilliantly presented. Impossible not to laugh at any of their exchanges. Franco and Plasse are hilarious. I wouldn't mind seeing a third part. 10/10

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