|Todd Phillips director||previously directed Due Date|
Sequel to the 2009 comedy hit, taking place in Bangkok.
In the scene where the wolfpack enters the whore house, Alan takes a machine gun and accidently shoots it in the air referencing the shootout in the nightclub in Scarface.
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Hey everybody here's some fun facts: the population in Thailand is 63 million people. It is twice the size of Wyoming.
|Bradley Cooper||Phil Wenneck|
|Ed Helms||Stu Price|
|Zach Galifianakis||Alan Garner|
|Justin Bartha||Doug Billings|
|Ken Jeong||Leslie Chow|
|Jeffrey Tambor||Sid Garner|
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Sequel to the highest grossing rated-R comedy ever, The Hangover, Part 2 reunites the stars of the first film, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis. This time another member of the group is getting married in Thailand and, of course, they end up drinking too much, go crazy, and wake up in a lot of trouble needing to piece the night together...again. Todd Phillips returned as both the film's director, producer, and writer.
It's been a few years since the events in Las Vegas and Stu, played by Ed Helms, has done his best to move on with his life. He has met a new woman, gotten engaged, and has planned his wedding to her in Thailand, where her parents live and where she grew up. Of course Stu wants his close friends Doug, played again by Justin Bartha, and Phil, played by Bradley Cooper, to attend his special day.
Due to the events of Vegas though, Stu isn't going to be inviting Alan, played by Zach Galifianakis, to his wedding and informs Phil and Doug that their outing to IHOP is all the bachelor party he is comfortable with. After some gentle ribbing the group are able to convince Stu to let Alan come to his wedding, partly due to his odd obsession with his "wolf pack". Despite the initial enthusiasm Alan quickly grows very jealous of Stu's wife's younger brother Teddy, played by Mason Lee. Alan seems to think Teddy is an unwelcome member to his wolf pack.
Stu remains optimistic though, even though the father of the bride hates him, and even gets convinced to have a beer with the guys, just one, to celebrate his wedding. The next morning they wake up, in a filthy hotel room, absolutely hungover and with little memory to what happened. They find Stu with a face tattoo, Alan with his head shaved, Teddy's finger, and Leslie Chow, the gangster who they entangled with in Vegas, sleeping on their floor. Luckily Chow, played by Ken Jeong, remembers all their exploits and will tell them the ridiculous story after only one bump of cocaine, which of course, kills him.
The trio panic, trapped in Bangkok, missing Teddy, needing to return for Stu's wedding, and now have a dead body. They decide to stash Chow's body in the hotel's ice machine and decide to call Doug to see if he knows what happened. Doug, who left their "one beer" celebration early, is still at their resort and does his best to keep anyone else from knowing their problem, he tells everyone the guys went on an all day fishing trip, and discovers someone with Teddy's name was brought into a nearby police station. Doug convinces the police to release Teddy to the guys, no questions asked, and then they can return to the wedding.
When the three arrive to the station the police are very cooperative and confidence is high until the Teddy who is brought out is an old man, in a wheelchair, who doesn't seem to understand any language anyone speaks to him. After panicking some more the gang assume the old man is a Buddhist monk who has taken a vow of silence. After searching through some of things the monk has, since he's wearing Teddy's sweatshirt and has his ID, and they find a business card.
They find the business, along with most of street, absolutely destroyed and most of the people in the neighborhood not happy to see them. They find the tattoo parlor which gave Stu his drunken decision and found out they started an actual riot after a bar fight at a nearby bar and the police crackdown and clash nearly destroyed the block. Luckily though the tattoo artist knows which Buddhist monastery the monk belongs to.
The guys return the monk to his temple and though they have no answers for exactly what happened they do offer meditation which they say will unlock their memories. While Stu and Phil think what they're doing is ridiculous, its Alan who has a sudden surge of recent memories including the recollection that they all attended a strip club and leads them to it. Inside they speak with a Russian who is looking for Chow but manage to brush him off in hopes of asking some of the dancers they spent most of their time with what happened. Stu learns he spent most of his time following one particular dancer around, who it turns out he slept with, and who is a man, and who was on top.
After a small breakdown the group manage to recover only to have two Russian gangsters attack them, demand the monkey the group have had with them back, and who ends up shooting Phil in the shoulder. The guys quickly get Phil treated, the bullet only grazed him, and Alan finally confesses something to them. Alan had shared two bags of marshmallows with the group the previous night, one bag specifically for Teddy, and specifically spiked with drugs.
Stu and Phil are very upset at Alan for once again drugging them. In their fight they notice something written on Alan's stomach, the name of a nearby hotel and a time. The guys decide to go and meet a gangster Kingsley, played by Paul Giamatti, who tells them he was expecting Chow at this meeting and needs Chow's account number and password in order to finish a pre-planned deal. If they manage to get Chow to meet Kingsley, Kingsley will return Teddy to them. The gang returns to the hotel in hopes of finding the needed information in Chow's coat pocket.
When they find that the hotel has lost power, something frequent in Bangkok, they break back into the ice machine where they hid Chow's body only to find Chow isn't as dead as they left him. After a brief fight they convince Chow they didn't know he was still alive and told him they needed his number and password. Chow reveals that his information was inside of the monkey's tiny vest which requires the guys to find the monkey again, by buying drugs from him, and stealing his vest. After a brief car chase they have the password in hand they meet back up with Kingsley who revels himself to be an Interpol police officer and the whole thing was a set up to arrest Chow.
Unfortunately for the guys the story about Teddy being kidnapped was all to get Chow to show up. Phil finally gives up and gives a call to explain what happened and that the planned wedding won't be happening. Mid-phone call Stu suddenly puts it all together. Teddy has lost his finger sometime during the night and must have gone to put it on ice, when he later woke up to find his finger now in a bowl of water, Teddy returned to the floor with the ice machine on it, only to suffer from a power outage, trapping Teddy in the hotel elevator.
The guys rush back to the hotel, free Teddy, and board Chow's speed boat, and get back just in time for Stu to be married. Not long after he got a chance to tell his wife's Dad off, who is impressed with Stu's confidence and gives his blessing for their wedding. Of course Teddy powers on his phone, which had died, to discover a series of photos which give more light to Alan's baldness, Teddy's missing finger, and a graphic ode to Stu's night with a man.
The Hangover: Part II Trailer
Here's the first teaser for The Hangover: Part II, in which our hungover heroes go to Thailand, and antics, possibly of the wacky variety, ensue.
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