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Which I don't subscribe to. It definitely had it's moments though. I can't believe there is a need for a second one though.
that's why it's called The Hangover, not The Being Drunk. they're never drunk on screen, the whole point is that they don't remember being drunk. which isn't hilarious, cos now they have shit to be sorting, people to be finding. which turns out to be very funny.
all stuck into the same film. It appeals to the masses, much like laughtrack sitcoms. They just rehash the same storylines/jokes over and over.
and zack galifanakis and ken jeong's characters are hilarious. haven't seen the second yet, and i know exactly what to expect, but i still think it will be worth a few laughs
I'd have been a bit concerned for my mental wellbeing if I'd found it hilarious throughout, though.
it's just not that funny
see: every film post 2005 with that fat bastard in it. Knocked Up etc
also Knocked Up was good, but not great
jock-type party animal one
For that guy having a very similar tattoo to his. Seems to have too many similar elements to the last film for it to be funny.
the guy who originally did Mike Tyson's tattoo
It's for people who want to vicariously hang out w/a group of goony ass bros. I'm not into it.
Not sure about the sequel though, looks like more of a remake to me. BOV.
the jokes are exactly the same. Still laughed in it though.
people are morons
like really funny. Its a fluff filum. Not meant to be taken seriously or over-analysed.
The 40 Year Old Virgin
Forgetting Sarah Williams
That other one with those guys
All overrated shit. Not a patch on classics such as Dumb & Dumber and There's Something About Mary.
I quite liked Step Brothers though. So much space for activities!
finally someone else that doesn't like anchorman
fucking dreadful, cheers.
perhaps chalk this down to personal taste?
in that I like good comedies and you like the shit ones.
but you're just so mean.
and The 40 Year Old Virgin is 2005
Also most of those films are pretty good (if often overlong), though none are as good as the mighty Dodgeball when it comes to comedies of the last decade.
movies for people who've forgotten how to have fun and enjoy things
anyone who thinks otherwise is more than likely a humour vaccuum
stupid indie bellends