Hangover 2 – Great time in Bangkok!

Thanks for the memories, or lack there of, Bangkok!

The Hangover 2 was another wonderful trip.  Not sure yet if I loved it as much as the first one, but I enjoyed it.  And I’m still smiling as I think about it.

Like I’m sure you know, if you are fan, the Wolfpack is back in full form.  Thanks to a last minute decision to invite Alan, they were all together again.  Don’t worry, I’m not going to give too much of the movie away.  I think that we all know what sort of happens, if you saw the first one.  New city, new people to lose, same problems (sort of) and same Alan (Zach).  Oh Alan, you’re so funny!

After following the story of the Hangover 2 pretty much since the end of the first Hangover, there were some additions I didn’t expect and some that I did but they didn’t materialize.   Maybe I need to see it again to be 100% sure.  Wait, I’m 100% sure that I’ll see it again.

Best line from the movie does come from Alan, “We love to party”.  He does have a knack to say things at the most inappropriate times.  Just wait for it.  This time for Alan, it’s not a baby that he becomes attached to but an incredible monkey.  Now she (playing a boy monkey) does steal the scenes she’s in.  Who doesn’t love a monkey smoking?

We are blessed with another wonderful song from Stu (Ed Helms) this time strumming the guitar.  He can really summarize a situation in a lovely song while cruising down a river in Bangkok.  Sadly Doug, isn’t that involved again, but don’t worry there’s someone else to lose.

I will say just a few more things without giving away too much.  Chow is back and as crazy as ever and their good friend Mike Tyson makes his mark one this movie, not just through the copied tattoo on Stu’s face.

Thank you Wolfpack.  You know how to party.

Wait, did I just forget to mention Phil (Bradley Cooper)?  I can’t believe it.  Phil was great like always.  I love him and the way that he thinks and reacts in these situations.  Plus he is not too hard to look at.

Now, thank you Wolfpack!

I’m still laughing as I watch the trailer again.

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