Five years ago our heroes the Duckrockers thought they had figured it all out - they had found themselves girlfriends to take to Siones wedding and the future was looking bright: Michael ...
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Five years ago our heroes the Duckrockers thought they had figured it all out - they had found themselves girlfriends to take to Siones wedding and the future was looking bright: Michael had come to accept that commitment wasnt for him and he was always going to fancy white girls; Albert had finally hooked up with his co-worker Tania; Stanley, always the weird one, had managed to find himself a nice girl one of the catering staff from the wedding; and Sefa had even got the courage to propose to his long term girlfriend, Leilani. And Bolo? Well, apparently his name is actually Paul.
Fast-forward five years and things havent quite gone as the boys might have planned: Albert is now married to Tania and they are living in suburbia, both working in insurance and also trying (unsuccessfully) to have a baby; Sefa and Leilani are still together and now have two kids although despite Sefas proposal, theyre still not married. And while Sefas business is falling apart, Leilani seems to be living ...
We need to go back now
[Albert, upon seeing Derek, walks opposite direction]
[Michael, recognises Derek]
I know these dicks
[Sefa looks at Albert]
Hey! Aren't those the dorks you work with?
[Derek calls out to Albert]
[Albert walks back towards Sefa & Michael]
Let me do the talking ok?
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I wondered how the sequel was going to top the first movie (Sione's Wedding) and it definitely delivered!
It delivered in ways where it offered a difference in plot and story line, the time line of the plot went over a day and night, which was good because it was quick to grasp the concept of what was going on.
There were a lot of twists and turns in the story, which were quite shocking, but offered for a good story and even more laughs. In every funny moment, the whole movie theater erupted in laughter; it's just as hilarious, if not more than the first movie!
Loved it, can't wait until it comes out on DVD/Blu-Ray.
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