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Fired for their previous shenanigans, former Vermont Highway Patrol officers Thorny, Farva, Rabbit, Foster and Mac get a shot at redemption from Capt. O'Hagan and Gov. Jessan. The wacky quintet must provide law enforcement for a French Canadian town that's transitioning to U.S. sovereignty. Their unconventional methods soon get put to the test when they encounter a smarmy mayor, mischievous Mounties, a smuggling ring and a 1,300-pound bear.

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Brian Cox
Captain O'Hagan
Lynda Carter
Governor Jessman
Rob Lowe
Guy LeFranc
Emmanuelle Chriqui
Genevieve Aubois
Jim Gaffigan
Larry Johnson
Broken Lizard
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Charles Stiefel
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Peter E. Lengyel
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Todd Stiefel
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Brent Stiefel
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Michael Hassan
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Richard Hassan
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Kris Meyer
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  • Feb 27, 2019
    If you want to read the review I wrote for this, go to letterboxd.com/HankIsDead514. I can no longer post long reviews on here and I'm not writing two separate reviews for the same movie.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Aug 12, 2018
    I was one of the fans who handed money over for the crowd funding and I honestly thought the filmmakers might stick to the indie roots but sadly this is one belated sequel that was not required. The film does not have a voice or reason for existing, you can actually see why the studio was reluctant to back the film, the sequel is irrelevant and much like Dumb and Dumber Too, just not required. One of the biggest issues was the forced humour, you never feel the chemistry that made the original so much fun. I was waiting for this film to end, it just never feels at home like the first film and in places is yet another tired sequel attempting to recapture the same audience which has since moved on. The audiences showed up, mainly due to the devotion of the first film but sadly I was underwhelmed by this sequel. What could have been something original and clever, just comes across lazy and tiresome. Recycling jokes from the original was not an inspired choice and sadly this leaves a bad taste in the mouth. The filmmakers should have attempted to breath new life into the franchise after such a long time away, but instead they felt the need to repeat the first film. 12-078-2018.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Jul 09, 2018
    The moment when we see Farva through heat vision goggles as he casually pisses and farts while yelling at the camera, "I'm still gonna go back and get that butter tart yule log!" is the hardest I've laughed in a long time.
    Philip P Super Reviewer
  • Apr 22, 2018
    A lot of people don't like the Eagles of Death Metal. I can't say I blame you if you aren't into tongue-in-cheek rock 'n' roll tropes or ass-backward conservative demagoguery in the wake of one of the most tragic terror attacks in the western world. I've been a fan of them since their inception in the obscure but quality Desert Sessions and rocked the "Live at Slims" bootleg that preceded their first official release "Peace Love Death Metal". I met Jesse Hughes and Dave Catching by chance about 10 years ago, and they were both funny, genuinely warm fellows. When the horrors of that fateful night at the Bataclan in Paris transpired, not even 9/11 had rocked my perception of the Earth and its horrifying goings-on to that degree. Both primary songwriters Hughes and Joshua Homme have since publicly proven themselves to be complicated and flawed individuals (some would say "douche bags"), but I try to divorce the art from the artist when it's more convenient for me. "Yay!" for double standards. See the documentaries The Redemption of the Devil and Nos Amis for an insightful before and after of Hughes, a man who was at the epicenter of that violence. He was always a little off, his mental and emotional state an eccentric tapestry painted by too many drugs and the archaic ideologies of mid-20th century America, ideologies held mostly by a demographic of people who would look down upon Hughes' lifestyle of rock star excess. If you can manage to get past his egregious pro-gun remarks after the Parkland school shooting or are un/fortunate enough to live in a political vacuum, at the heart of the music of Eagles of Death Metal is a manically stupid lust for life. It only makes sense that they would provide the soundtrack to an over-the-top, politically irreverent comedy about cops abusing their power in violent, illegal ways. In the same way that Hughes pines for the bygone days of Reagan, the Broken Lizard troupe cull from the bad 90's comedy movie playbook. There's gay-panic, transphobic gender politics, stupid accents, insensitivity towards First Nations people, puerile toxic masculinity, patriarchal wish-fulfillment, Rob Lowe, and, of course, the fat guy farts and falls down. Most of the humor feels lazy, many times forced, and occasionally in baffling poor taste, but I would be remiss if I didn't laugh at something about every five minutes. I suppose I'm an easy mark for low-brow humor and cringe-inducing pun play, but who doesn't appreciate a little slapstick from time to time? Maybe some of us are misreading the whole thing, like it's a critique on the police state, nationalistic isolationism, and hateful identity politics. I really doubt it though. This movie doesn't need to exist, but as the success of the nearly unprecedented crowdfunding venture facilitating it demonstrated, the fans wanted it. Now, think what you will of those fans, those people are going to get what they paid for. So, go ahead and avoid it like the plague if it doesn't sound like your bag and deride Broken Lizard for producing it. I have a feeling that despite Eagles of Death Metal and Super Troopers 2 gladly flopping on the wrong side of history, at least they're having a good time over there. However, everyone would be better off watching Wrong Cops by Quentin Dupieux instead.
    K Nife C Super Reviewer

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