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The Hangover 2


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Dec 05, 2011

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Todd Phillips


Bradley Cooper

Zach Galifianakis

Ed Helms

Justin Bartha


2011 Warner Brothers Pictures

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Release Date: 26 May 2011

Because we only review G, PG, and PG-13 movies at Parent Previews we did not review this title. For your convenience, we have provided some brief information about the film’s synopsis and content.


After a wild stag party in Las Vegas for their friend Doug (Justin Bartha), Alan, Phil and Stu (Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms) head for Thailand for Stu’s wedding. Unfortunately these male members of the wedding party are still as prone to degenerate party antics as they were during their male bonding episode (as seen in The Hangover).

Canadian Movie Ratings

18A Sexually Suggestive Scenes, Nudity.
AB 18A Nudity, Crude Sexual Content.
MB 18A Crude Content, Coarse Language.
ON 18A Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Substance Abuse.
QC 13+ Vulgar Language.

Canadian Home Video Rating: 18A

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Details on home video releases of The Hangover 2...

The Hangover 2 is coming to home video on December 6, 2011.

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TigerMom says: May. 27, 2011

As a parent of a 15 year old girl, I absolutely would not recommend this movie to any kids.  There were multiple scenes of nudity, and it’s not your “normal” nudity.  They were much more in a compromising and disturbing content.  Also, there were multiple snap shots at the end of the movie showing what really took place during the “hangover” night.  Some of these pics were extremely disturbing to say the least.  I’m in an utter amazement that a movie theater actually allows children under age of 17 to view a Rated R movie (which there were quite a few of them in the theater where I was).  Also, surprisingly after sharing this information with other parents, they are still willing to allow their 15 yr old daughters to go see this movie.  What has the world come to?!?  Since when it is ok for a 15 yr old to watch “soft porn”?!?  Why have we as parents become more and more desensitized about things of this nature?!?  I’m absolutely mortified that kids today are exposed to this type of material robbing them of innocence at such a young age.  People..there are movie ratings for a reason. If a movie is rated R, it is UNACCEPTABLE and IRRESPONSIBLE to allow your underage children to view such movie by purchasing tickets for them.  Maybe I’m just an old-fashioned kind of mom, perhaps even a prude and uncool(I’m certain that’s what my daughter thinks), but kids are meant to be children, not grown up.

Kidsmom says: May. 30, 2011

My husband took my 13 yo son to see this movie with friends against my recommendations . My son could not look me in the eye to tell me about it when he got home…. It was very inappropriate for a 13 yo boy and there are so many other great things a dad could do w his son instead .....

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