• 83
    Owen Gleiberman Entertainment Weekly
    Here, as in "The Hangover," the laughs aren't just staged, they're superlatively engineered.
  • 80
    Michael Rechtshaffen The Hollywood Reporter
    Manages to deliver more laughs than most of the competition.
  • 80
    Joshua Rothkopf Time Out
    The unexpectedly wonderful thing about this sequel is that it actually improves on the jokes.
  • 50
    Variety
    The rote professionalism on display verges on cynicism, and despite some occasional sparks, this ranks as a considerable disappointment.
  • 50
    John P. McCarthy Boxoffice Magazine
    The price for an invite to Stu's (Ed Helms) Thai nuptials is fewer laughs and an air of menace and mystery that won't endear Part II to escapist-hungry audiences.
  • 50
    Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times
    Is this some kind of a test? The Hangover, Part II plays like a challenge to the audience's capacity for raunchiness.
  • 50
    Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel
    Has a "been there, done that, jailed for it" feel.
  • 50
    Lou Lumenick New York Post
    I found this more elaborate, play-it-safe sequel far less fresh or funny.
  • 50
    Arizona Republic
    This isn't even really a sequel to the hilarious 2009 comedy smash set in Las Vegas. It's virtually the same movie, just transferred to another continent and with the raunch wildly amped up.
  • 20
    Village Voice
    It's hard to imagine a more calculating, creatively bankrupt piece of real estate than The Hangover Part II.