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When it comes to comedy sequels they are usually hit and miss. In recent years we have had some bad ones such as Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser and Dumb and Dumber To. Super Troopers 2 offers many laughs such as the troopers taking pills and them having no idea what they are for and Farva finally getting his liter of cola. This offers many of the same gags from the first movie but does take a different spin on them. Rob Lowe I was not expecting to be in this movie but you can tell he was having a lot of fun playing the mayor of Canada and worked well with Broken Lizard. If you are a fan of the first one then I also recommend this one and it was a lot of seeing these characters back for another ride and hopefully Broken Lizard makes a sequel to Beerfest next.
Not a great or even a good movie but not as bad as people put it out to be. Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck lack chemistry which does not make sense because they were romantically involved outside of the film. Jennifer Lopez does actually do a decent performance and makes it somewhat entertaining and I did enjoy seeing her talk to Ben Affleck like he was dumb throughout the film and it was fun seeing her defend Justin Bartha's character. Ben Affleck's performance is quite annoying and tries too hard to look and sound tough but instead he puts a bad impression of what he thinks gangsters in films act like and he tends to overact a lot and throws the f bomb around more than Joe Pesci did in Casino. Justin Bartha did decent in his role and did try his best to act like an autistic person and he was clearly inspired by Dustin Hoffman's role from Rain Man. Throughout the film Justin Bartha wants to go to the Baywatch which makes me wonder how long ago this was written because Baywatch was off the air for 2 years when this was made. There is a few entertaining elements here such as Jennifer Lopez giving teenagers a lecture at a restaurant and Ben Affleck breaking their computer at the end of the scene or when Ben Affleck tells Justin Bartha the Baywatch is closed with a pretend phone call. I also enjoyed seeing Justin Bartha sing Baby Got Back. It is not a great comedy but it's not as painful as other comedies such as The Master of Disguise, Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2, and Dumb and Dumber To. I would not put it up as one of the worst movies ever made either because there is much worse like Battlefield Earth and Son of the Mask and I definitely don't think Martin Brest should have quit directing movies after this because he just hit a speed bump and I am sure he could have bounced back after this if he wanted to.
Has a lot of talent involved and I have enjoyed Steve Zahn in other films such as Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, Saving Silverman, and National Security. Steve Zahn acts just alright in this stoner comedy and his best to deliver laughs. If you heavily enjoy stoner comedies and Happy Madison films then you would probably enjoyed this movie
If you like monkeys and baseball then you might enjoy it. Not a great family comedy or great comedy in general but Matt LeBlanc does okay at best in his performance. The plot is stupid and there are better baseball movies such as The Sandlot and Rookie of the Year but there is a few laughs here that kids might enjoy.
Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy play two different characters but I enjoyed their adventure. Melissa McCarthy's character is not a good person but you end up feeling bad for her when you hear her story. You also hope that Jason Bateman gets his identity back and does not lose his job because he has 2 kids and a third kid on the way. The talented Amanda Peet plays Jason Bateman's wife but I wish she would have gotten more screen time.