Using bullet points, I’m going to give you my thoughts on a movie where all the jokes in it were written by a group of kids from one of your local elementary schools…‘Super Troopers 2’!
- Damon Wayans Jr. and Seann William Scott made cameos at the beginning
- I immediately wanted them to be in the rest of the movie
- Guy Le Franc (Rob Lowe) speedbags a man’s…you know…at one point. Hilarious!
- This movie feels like it belongs in the early 2000s along with the first one…which I’ve never seen
- The plot revolving around the USA vs. Canada is something that also feels like an out of touch addition
- Farva (Kevin Heffernan) tried to be the funniest but ended up not being funny at all
- The illegal contraband storyline was poorly developed and quickly resolved, even for a comedy
- It was forgotten about a lot of the time too
- I like childish comedies a nice chunk of the time but this one felt like all the jokes were lazy and maybe written by a bunch elementary school kids
- Watching this also felt like I was hanging out with a group of unfunny friends
- To Sum it Up: I laughed at a few different points but this type of childish comedy isn’t for me
RATING: Never See Again
P.S. I have returned to my rating scale that I used to use but with a slight update. There are four different levels. Below is each level in order from best to worse and what each one means.
Must Own = A movie that is so good that I must add it to my Blu-ray collection when it comes out.
Would Accept as a Gift = I enjoyed the movie but don’t necessarily have to buy it (especially if I don’t have the funds to) myself but I would take it if someone bought it for me.
Might Stream = A movie that if I have the urge to watch again then I’ll just stream it from somewhere
Never See Again = Very simple. I don’t want to ever see this movie again.
(Photo Credit: https://rogersmovienation.com/2018/04/17/movie-review-broken-lizard-goes-for-a-deuce-with-super-troopers-2/; MICHAEL WALSH – https://nerdist.com/super-troopers-2-trailer-2/)