Three buddies wake up from a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with no memory of the previous night and the bachelor missing. They make their way around the city in order to find their friend before his wedding.
Stu is getting married. Along with Doug, Phil, and his soon-to-be brother-in-law Teddy, he regretfully invites Alan to Thailand for the wedding. After a quiet night on the beach with a beer and toasting marshmallows by the camp fire, Stu, Alan and Phil wake up in a seedy apartment in Bangkok. Doug is back at the resort, but Teddy is missing, there's a monkey with a severed finger, Alan's head is shaved, Stu has a tattoo on his face, and they can't remember any of it. The wolf-pack retrace their steps through strip clubs, tattoo parlors and cocaine-dealing monkeys on the streets of Bangkok as they try and find Teddy before the wedding.Written by
The three Billy Joel references in the movie (a "Glass Houses" poster in Alan's room; the song "The Downeaster 'Alexa'" on the soundtrack, and the parody of "Allentown" sung by Ed Helms) stemmed from Todd Phillips' desire to decorate Alan's bedroom with the poster, feeling that Alan would strongly identify with it. See more »
When Alan is playing Ms. Pac-Man and the power goes out,the ceiling fans continue to spin for a while then stop then start again between shots. See more »
Do you ever do anything that doesn't end in a stand-off, Chow?
I a international criminal. It always ends like this. I met my wife at one of these things.
You have a wife?
Yeah, we married fifteen years. Whatsa matter, Mr. Chow not good-looking enough for woman?
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One of the photos during the closing credits recreates the photo of General Nguyen Ngoc Loan executing Nguyen Van Lem. See more »
As with the first part, the BBFC had issues with some photographs in the end credit sequence. To secure a "15" certificate, these photographs were cropped to hide the graphic nudity. See more »
This is another movie that was just done because the first one made a lot of money. Every single element of the previous hangover is present. There are no surprises frankly. You alredy know that they are going to take things a little further in terms of scathologic jokes, nudity and some slight twists on the plot. Now if we keep in mind that this is a comedy I did not heard many people laughing out loud like in the first movie. Surely it has its moments, but most of them are already seen in the trailer. The characters still have some chemistry on screen but Zach Gialafanakis is not fun this time ( its more like annoying). In the end a very regular movie to watch on TV on a Sunday afternoon. Compared to this the first one might still be considered a classic in the future.
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