The Hangover Part II is directed and co-written by Todd Phillips, and it stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zack Galifianakis, and Ken Jeong in a comedy film about Stu Price (Ed Helms) getting married to his girl, and when the wolf pack drank with the wife's brother, they ended up going to a completely different country, and of course, no recollection of what happened. So they need to know what happened while also looking for Lauren's (Jamie Chung) brother. I know that the critics say that this movie is a carbon copy of the first film, and I do know that they were doing the sequel because the original made a lot of money, but I still wanted to see it to see what I think of it, and while it's not as great as the first one, I still find the sequel entertaining for its own thing. The acting is still good, and the characters are just the same as the first one despite the fact that this doesn't have the original writers, even though Todd Phillips and Jeremy Garelick with involved with the script too but uncredited. The interplay with the three of them still get a laugh out of me, but not as much. The jokes in this are hit or miss for me, but I was still interested in the mystery of where they went and why it lead up to this again. When I realized how it happened, I thought it was predictable, but luckily the events throughout them getting drunk were from getting a chuckle out of me, to downright be hilarious at some parts. It does get darker and raunchier, but I didn't really mind it that much as it's a sequel to a comedy film, which may be is disadvantage to some viewers. I did like how they were doing some of the stuff earlier on from the first film that happened later on, although the final reveal of it is a bit more of a stretch on this one. The Hangover Part II is a really good movie that I understand why people don't like it, but for me, the mystery, and interplay, and the situations that they got themselves in are enough for me to like, even if it's similar to the first one.