Who says you have to be mature in your thirties?
The inevitable return of Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms) and the literally retarded quirky Alan (Zach Galifianakis) is here. Director Todd Phillips (Old School, Road Trip) has substituted "Thighland" for Vegas, a monkey for a baby, and a Tyson facial tattoo for a lost incisor, but the antics and blackoutedness has stayed true.
To no one's surprise the Wolfpack get obliterated and wake up the next morning, lost in Bangkok, and unable to find Teddy: the little brother of Stu's new fiancée, played by Jamie Chung.
Absolutely nothing looks original here, but the first one was so funny and successful, I don't blame Phillips or his cohorts for keeping the recipe familiar. What remains to be seen, is how long the laughs continue if the three leads simply continue to pull naked Asians out of the trunks of their cars, or if it'll be something new...like Norwegians.