Several years after the first film, the officers have been fired from the Spurbury Police Department after taking Fred Savage on a ride-along that resulted in his death. And that they are the leading protagonists. People will review saying its lame, but don't listen, hey are flat out wrong. I actually felt like the humor is Super Troopers 2 was a major departure from the humor in all of the other Broken Lizard films like Club Dread and Beerfest. But when budget cuts in the town of Spurbury threaten their livelihood and pit them against arch-rival Spurbury P.
Which is fitting because they happen to be a comedy troupe known as Broken Lizard who were also credited for writing the script and under the direction of Jay Chandrasekhar who plays the role of fellow trooper named Thorny. This film felt like the storyline was centered around the jokes and the jokes came first. If, however, the idea of 100 minutes of pure unadulterated fun sounds good, then you should definitely go see Super Troopers 2. Even the story was worse than the first, the canadian cops made no sense at the ends changing their views instantly, and why does one of them start to cry and just stand there in the shootoff scene? Canada has agreed to hand over the land, and Gov. Foster not playing with a full deck decides that he and Ursula should get in the back of a cruiser. But when budget cuts in the town of Spurbury threaten their livelihood and pit them against arch-rival Spurbury P.
Like In Dumber and Dumber To, Harry and Lloyd came off as mean spirited and cruel whereas in the original, they were just naive and more innocent. This drug bust is the key to save their jobs, but the guys are quite out of league about the whole operation. Thorny, Mac, Rabbit, Foster and Farva are Vermont state troopers out to have a good time. If you have no sense of humor, this is likewise not for you. Stationed in a remote area near the Canadian border, the troopers, avid pranksters with an affinity for syrup, have a knack for screwing up on the job. Half way through the was a high chance of peeing my pants I was laughing so hard my face hurt. I saw this movie last night and was really psyched for it since I was a fan of the original film.
The state troopers are also under pressure of getting shutdown, by the budget-minded governor Lynda Carter. I cant remember that being in the first. The super troopers spring into action attempting to solve the crime, save their jobs, and outdo the local police department. Jessman needs to set up a police department to take over from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the region. Oh and the whole gag with the guy eating womens hormones was just repetative and blatant.
But it still feels like a series of skits with a laid-back charm going for it. Jessman needs to set up a police department to take over from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the region. The first film felt like the story came first and the jokes followed. When a deceased corpse was discovered in Winnebago and drug smuggling seems to be behind it, the police and the troopers compete in their investigation for clues and evidence, suspects and for funds. . That is, until a dead body is discovered and a possible drug ring is unearthed.
Farva Heffernan is now a construction supervisor, with Mac Lemme and Rabbit Stolhanske working for him. They seem to pass their time interrogating passerbys, instruct truck drivers to pull over with their megaphones after the drivers have pulled over and even going meow while striking conversation with the curbed driver. I laughed much harder than the aforementioned sequels. But that happened to other long awaited comedy sequels as well. Canada has agreed to hand over the land, and Gov. Once the group arrives, they find that O'Hagen's intention had been for them to have a meeting with Vermont Governor Jessman Carter.
Just so it gives them a reason to be saved and like the main cast? I can't say that it wasn't a terrible movie, but I think there shouldn't be any reason to see it again after one viewing. When a border dispute arises between the U. Not sure why the comedy styling changes in the some of these sequels. The comedy in Super Troopers 2 felt more like conventional fart joke and raunchy humor, whereas the first film had a more prankster humor about it. All the jokes fell flat in my opinion, what was it with the rubbish puns? But I just didn't think the film was that funny and it felt like a totally different humor than the first film. The troopers may be on the brink of becoming obsolete because as a unit they're really not taken very seriously.
O'Hagen is clearly besides himself in stress over their erratic behaviour as he fears his job and his troop will be out of a job. Vermonters know he is of an ethnic minority, but can't tell what he is and keeps it sworn to secrecy. Farva Heffernan is now a construction supervisor, with Mac Lemme and Rabbit Stolhanske working for him. Synopsis When a border dispute arises between the U. The end result is a madcap romp that will keep you laughing out loud.
That's what this movie feels like. Thorny Chandrasekhar works in logging, and Foster Soter is living with his girlfriend and former coworker, Spurbury Police Chief Ursula Hanson Coughlan. Yeah so just watch the first amd leave it at that this just felt like a hollow money grab destroying the first movies charm. Synopsis Thorny, Mac, Rabbit, Foster and Farva are Vermont state troopers out to have a good time. The characters are nowhere near memorable, the level of creativity is fairly low all in all over the whole thing, and some gags are just too facile. The jokes never stop-sometimes silly ones, sometimes crude ones, and sometimes devilishly clever ones. But the jokes just weren't as memorable or as funny as the first film.
And the Mounties in the film didn't really add anything especially funny in terms of jokes. Once the group arrives, they find that O'Hagen's intention had been for them to have a meeting with Vermont Governor Jessman Carter. Some rare moments are truly funny though, there's at least one scene that one should find a genuinely amusing idea, but it's definitely a forgettable comedy, I'm sure many people distinctly feel that way even one day after watching it. There is a hint of romantic entanglements where a beautiful cop Ursula Marisa Coughlan starts dating one of the troopers named Foster Paul Soter which doesn't sit very well both the police and the troopers, but might still have some potential that might bring this case together. You get the feeling not nearly enough effort was put into it. They assume he's either Mexican, Arab, Muslim, Hindu or anything.