Directed, like the wildly successful first film, by Todd Phillips, it airlifts the original characters, premise, and story structure out of Vegas and plonks them down in Bangkok in near-identical form, save for a few instances of ante-upping.
I have not yet seen the new Hangover, which is why I'm here reading reviews. Some reviews you have to take with a grain of salt, as the reviewer's tastes may not match yours. Such is the case with this review, since she apparently also didn't care much for the first Hangover: http://www.slate.com/id/2219773/
May 27 - 12:00 PM
@Ty B.She says this movie is exactly the same as the first; she didnt necessarily dislike the first one, shes just saying that the plot is pretty much the same and it gets old after a while
May 29 - 11:49 PM
The whole idea of it was that with drunks the same thing happens again and again. You didn't get it, did you??
May 30 - 04:38 AM
And this sounds like a good idea to you?..
Jun 1 - 05:23 PM
Of course it sounds like a good idea. Laughed my ass off.
Feb 4 - 05:41 PM
The first one wasn't that good to begin with.
May 30 - 11:42 AM
They are both pretty awful.
May 31 - 05:08 PM
No wonder 94% of the audience liked it, because they're awful -_- grow up
Jun 2 - 09:10 PM
Brave comment. 94% of the audience that chose to rate the movie on Rotten Tomatoes liked it. Either way, who cares? They're opinions; they vary. You're awfully defensive about some random movie and pretty daft to be telling someone to "grow up" because their opinion is different to your own.
Feb 1 - 07:31 PM