In this sequel to the 2001 cult comedy Super Troopers, dismissed Vermont Highway Patrol officers Thorny (Jay Chandrasekhar), Mac (Steve Lemme), Foster (Paul Soter), Rabbit (Erik Stolhanske) and Farva (Kevin Heffernan) get a chance to redeem themselves. The wacky crew is sent to a Canadian town that has been reclaimed by the United States after a recently discovered border error, where they must win over the less-than-thrilled locals. Lynda Carter, Brian Cox, Rob Lowe and Will Sasso co-star. Directed by Jay Chandrasekhar. Written by the Broken Lizard comedy group.~Kaitlin Elise Miller
I loved every bit of it. Like the original, you either get it or you don't. I must disclose that I was an Indiegogo backer so I am obviously a huge fan of the original. I had no idea what they were going to cook up but after experiencing Super Troopers, Club Dread, and Beerfest during my developing college years, I grew to love everything these guys came up with. I fully understand the people that don't get their movies. You really need to throw out your inhibitions, drink a beer or something else, and just enjoy the fun for what it is and don't try to take it seriously. It's like that night out at the bar when you had the time of your life with all of your friends. Remember that? Me either, let's go back for another round.
Broken Lizard, if you happen to see this: Keep it up guys, don't listen to the critics! They will never understand but we all know that. You are doing right by your fans and this is one of the few times, more likely the only time, that I have ever blindly thrown money at something and came out feeling on top. I wish that I knew it was going to be this good so I could have donated mor
Another fun albeit long awaited (maybe too long) sequel to a great movie. The gang is back and while its almost as good as the original it doesnt quite flow as well. Still good for a few watches and laughs though.